All user reviews for the Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5043
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Portico Series: The Test - Rupert Neve Designs Portico Series
Neve. If there’s one name that causes the studio professional’s pulse to quicken, this is it! Even if the company has gone their own separate way with AMS since 1985, Rupert Neve, creator of the brand, has not hung up his soldering iron and is still creating new modules for his Portico range.
rodolpheg2005's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)"may be the most versatile compressors"
Manual in English (too bad for people who speak only Franais like me), it is time for importers or distributors get down to work ...
Conventional use of a compressor ...
I use two (or four channels, very, very versatile ... Walk very well taken at mid-line as an insert or a group, see console output ... I discover a little more each day I would say that if it does not work well on a source, recover srieusement in question because I think this machine can do everything (road)
I use for over a year
I pretty small park has a `dynamic treatment (Fatso Jr, AU 1176, Joemeek SC.C2, ADL 1000, TLA Fat 1, dbx ,...) and I would say my eyes (or my ears), c 'is one that can be both more transparent, but very very little violent IDAL
What I like most, her magic touch that gives it a ct vintage (with or without two in one)
What I like least, the format Btard ... Although recess, availing oneself of several machines if you can "rack" together (just buy a small pice again very expensive for what it is)
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