Gemini Audio Releases G76 Compressor
Gemini Audio releases the G76, a Compressor based on a 1176LN, for the Acustica Audio Nebula3 Pro audio plugin.
Gemini Audio has released G76, a compressor library based on the 1176LN, for Acustica Audio's Nebula3.
You can use it on single signals like Vocals, Drums, Guitars, Brass, Piano, Bass, Keyboards or on Busses. All programs feature the "Range" parameter which controls an internal high pass filter to make the compressor react only to frequencies above the high pass frequency.
- 192kHz, 96kHz and 44.1kHz.
- Separate Harmonic Distortion and Compression programs.
- Control over the amount of Harmonic Distortion independently from the amount of compression from "clean" to "super distorted."
- Includes 8 Harmonic and LineAmp programs with different degrees of distortion, from "subtle" to "heavily distorted."
- Includes Combo programs! (All ration within one program with interpolation).
- Includes HQ versions of all programs (Using the TIMED engine).
- Features the internal high pass filter for all programs.
- Includes SC versions of all programs (For external side chain).
- Includes NC versions of all programs (For Nebula Compressor).
- Includes NL versions of all programs (For Nebula Compressor).
- Includes PEAK versions using the PEAK detection mode.
- Includes Feedback and Feedforward compression version of all programs.
- Consists of 505 programs.
- Library size 1.18GB.
- Requires Nebula3 Pro or Nebula Server.
Pricing & Availability:
It's currently available for the introductory price of €25.
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