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MatzeMillion 2nd June 2010 06:20 PM

112db Big Blue Limiter
 
question is... who needs another limiter? ;)

112dB

Gemylon 2nd June 2010 07:11 PM

I like these guys...


Reckon this must be good thumbsup



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SWAN808 2nd June 2010 08:24 PM

this is a character limiter and I think its quite nice...

Ruud Unit 2nd June 2010 10:16 PM

Is this using the same tech from the Redline preamp? I liked the reverb, but the preamp didn't do much for me....

dj! (112dB) 3rd June 2010 09:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ruud Unit (Post 5459442)
Is this using the same tech from the Redline preamp? I liked the reverb, but the preamp didn't do much for me....

Nah, we're not that cheap! The character from both the "character" limiting and its Drive section are entirely 100% unrelated to anything we've done so far. Why re-use a wheel if you can also reinvent it?

-- dj!

jitterybit 3rd June 2010 10:29 AM

Big blue limiter
Gain reduction powered by iron-man-esk arch reactor!
Vacuum tubes are for sissies!

seriously though, looks fun.

Ruud Unit 3rd June 2010 08:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dj! (112dB) (Post 5460849)
The character from both the "character" limiting and its Drive section are entirely 100% unrelated to anything we've done so far.
-- dj!

Well played. Can't wait to check it out!

RecS 4th June 2010 07:36 AM

Great
Looks nice
We need a large strength heh

Stiff 4th June 2010 08:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dj! (112dB) (Post 5460849)
Why re-use a wheel if you can also reinvent it?

-- dj!

heh

Cool graphics on this one too...

DSpec1 5th June 2010 06:04 PM

sadly all the prices have gone up from what is listed in reviews etc.

ie. Redline preamp was listed at $99 in reviews but is now $149.00

Redline monitor, which used to $69 is now $99.

dj! (112dB) 6th June 2010 03:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DSpec1 (Post 5467914)
sadly all the prices have gone up from what is listed in reviews etc.

ie. Redline preamp was listed at $99 in reviews but is now $149.00

Redline monitor, which used to $69 is now $99.

Not at all. We have a policy of doing introductory prices (usually about 33% off) for the first 3 months after a plugin release, after which the regular price--$149 for Preamp, etc--applies. This is clearly indicated in all advertisements on our site, our online store, and any press releases we send out. If a review fails to mention that you should blame the reviewer.

We have never raised the price of any of our plugins and have no intention to do so either.

-- dj!

Steab 14th June 2010 10:34 PM

Any samples? Will def try this one.. thumbsup

Ruud Unit 23rd June 2010 10:26 AM

It's out!

PD Hogeterp 1st July 2010 09:38 AM

Did anyone try it yet or is it suddenly everyone's secret weapon.. ;)

daxliniere 1st July 2010 10:24 AM

I'm on the 112dB beta team and I've been testing it for a few months now.
WOW - That's all I have to say.

You can find it (in some way or another) on every rock track I mix, and in a bit of mastering too.

Seriously amazing stuff. Get the demo and hear for yourself.
Have fun!

everythinglouder 1st July 2010 10:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PD Hogeterp (Post 5547522)
Did anyone try it yet or is it suddenly everyone's secret weapon.. ;)

It's awesome.

DJ -- I've PM'd you about a tiny little bug in Logic. But seriously, nice work.

DSK 21st July 2010 10:15 AM

Enjoying it so far, stays on my masterbus
 
It's good.. It helps me get a next step of shine on the song, giving it more life... but if I over do it, it gets nasty nasty tasty and it's an effect on it's own... like a dirty sidechain squishing your mixes... and I say that in a good way..

Heck it even brings shine to other tracks so it's good on the master bus for djing..cooge

Plus the 60 day trial is a fantastic policy..heh

leonardo777 23rd July 2010 09:45 AM

I am impressed. First i thought, who needs another limiter??, but this is a nice sounding beast. Somekind of tube-preamp with a very gentle sounding limiter. I used it very successfully on accoustic guitar, bass and voice so far. freshflowe

jimmydeluxe 28th July 2010 10:19 AM

I really like this--great character!thumbsup

Surbitone 3rd September 2010 08:36 PM

This is a sweet limiter. not what I was expecting at all. You can do the mental 1176 drum-buss spanking, but....different. Almost like a cross between a 1176, 33609, TG1 and an Obsidian! Nice work indeed.

work2do 3rd September 2010 09:53 PM

nice!

Retinal 3rd September 2010 10:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Surbitone (Post 5751727)
Almost like a cross between a 1176, 33609, TG1 and an Obsidian! Nice work indeed.

jesus.. I wish! heh

dirtygringo 4th September 2010 02:05 AM

I'm surprised there isn't more comments on this. Sounds really nice to me!

Will have to grab it while its still on offer

Ruud Unit 4th September 2010 03:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dirtygringo (Post 5752701)
I'm surprised there isn't more comments on this.

Swallowed up by Slate hype. I admit they got me as well... for reasons completely independent of the sound quality, I just didn't take it as seriously as FG-X. And now my demo is expired :(

jimmydeluxe 4th September 2010 04:47 AM

I'm sure they'll give an extension if you ask nicely--most companies do, even though it's 60 days to begin with gooof

work2do 4th September 2010 05:10 AM

Have a few days off finally. Used this on mixbus after the mpressor plugin (which i tried for first time today as well- amazing comp plugin). The combination w/ Big Blue gave me more than what I was getting with waves ssl comp and sonnox limiter.

dirtboy 4th September 2010 08:43 AM

Dang, this kid doesn't play nice at all (in a good way) on a drum buss. Seriously good stuff here...

Surbitone 4th September 2010 09:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Retinal (Post 5752017)
jesus.. I wish! heh



I dunno, it definitely has those flavours in it. I tried it on a drum buss and was shocked. I don't think I could bring myself to use in on the 2 buss, except for maybe the input gain.

dirtboy 4th September 2010 09:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Surbitone (Post 5753427)
I dunno, it definitely has those flavours in it. I tried it on a drum buss and was shocked. I don't think I could bring myself to use in on the 2 buss, except for maybe the input gain.

My thoughts exactly. I'll give it a go on the master buss just out of curiosity though... heh

dirtygringo 4th September 2010 11:58 AM

I haven't tried it on the master bus but I love it on the kick, snare & bass channels


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