Emulations

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  • #54824
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    It would be great to see some EQ emulation options on a per channel basis as are already available with the channel compressors. A few more compressor emulations also would not go astray. Maybe we can all list the equations we would like to see.

    Compressor

    BSS DPR-402
    Alan Smart C2 or some other SSL buss comp

    EQ
    API550 or even 5500 would be better
    Neve 1081
    RED 2

    Some ideas anyway. Some subtle harmonic generation would be handy in some instances as well.

    #55155
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    Hello There!
    A nice Vari Mu emulation based on a Gyraf or a Manley or a Fairchild would be really great for the 2buss 🙂
    Along with the SSL mentioned above..

    Maybe a tape machine emulation? Am I crazy to ask this? To add some glue to the mix or drums.
    Also a nice 1176 emulation would be great since there’s already the LA2A one 😉

    FX: check out the Eventide DDL500 20db boost feature is unique and pretty sick.. Would be great to have that onboard as well..

    Thanks A&H

    ciao

    Cheu

    #55811
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    Hi there Cheu.
    Nice to see you here. If I am right in guessing that they “opto” is an LA-2a emulation then, the way it operates is way different. I do like the opto emulation, but the way I use an LA-2a is to drive the input gain a little to excite the harmonics. The LA-2a is a great little toaster for this task and then I drop the threshold to suit for compression. So I am really doing two jobs with a real LA-2a. I like the flexibility of the opto emulation, but it takes away some of the original devices function. The ability to control it both ways would be great.

    #56087
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    Hey Scott!
    I’m seriously considering the S3000 for my theatre.. it ticks a lot of boxes..

    would love to have a tape emulation, and a saturator that you could put on some channels, not really for distortion but for that “glueing” effect.. I’m thinking drums, bass, keys..
    and hopefully a nice warm vari-mu.. emulation of the Gyraf or Manley would be great..
    I didn’t have the time to test it but I believe they did a Culture Vulture emulation..or something like that.

    howdy

    Cheu

    #56450
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    maybe an UAD-2 for dLive? 🙂

    #56476
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    S3000 is an ideal Theatre Console, so many features and a small footprint, good for multiple users.
    Next week the latest firmware release will have a nice 2 stage valve preamp on every channel so you can dial in some harmonic distortion.
    There’s a lot more to come in future updates.

    #56478
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    damn…. got to buy a dLive

    #57838
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    damn…. got to buy a dLive 😐
    Appologies for a noob question.

    Is the S3000 cascadable? Cascade-able
    OR in other words can 2X S3000’s run side by side
    to combine as one larger surface?

    #58054
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    not at this moment
    multi surface control is announced for future release

    #58056
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    it’s not an emulation… MESA EQ? or some notches in groups, aux or matrices

    #59265
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    I just got mine! An S3000 with a custom made rolled cart/table.

    Can’t wait for some more classic emulations fx/comps.
    It’s really a high quality piece of gear..
    congrats to A&H for pushing it further! 🙂

    Cheu

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