STN DME 1968 FETTube Compressor
For Nebula 3 SAMPLES
A modern studio classic known for it’s big open sound & solid low end.
Captured via Lynx conversion @ 24/96.
DME 1968 STD – Attack Time = 2-50ms Release Time = 100-1000ms
DME 1968 BIG – “Big” switch engaged (side-chain filter) – Attack Time = 2-50ms Release Time = 100-1000ms
Mark the Release MAGNETRiXX | 16 February 2014 | 82.31 MB
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Understanding compression is equal part science & art. For those new to compression I recommend
adjusting the THRESHOLD & INPUT to set the desired amount of compression. Use your ears & not your meters. Set your ATTACK time to your desired amount of slap/punch. Use the RELEASE to shape & color your sound. Fast release times can really smooth things out. It’s equal part saturation & peak limiting combined. Longer release times can emphasize the attack transients. Use the MAKEUP GAIN to set your final output level. Most importantly experiment.
The DME 1968 is an excellent Channel or Bus insert.
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