Greg, by the insane amount of response generated by this plug, you must have some new ideas of future plugs already floating around. If kush continues to make processors on this level of perfection and genius, I might just have to move my waves plugins over to the "unused plugins" folder. Lol. Btw, the idea of you making a tape em with no model in mind is brilliant, act on this!
Greg, could you pls make the big knobs a bit smaller and at the same time make the meters bigger and more readible ?
I understand your desire but as Greg said in his manual video: You may use .... your ears. So this is done on purpose and I love it. Maybe you get into it once you actually work with this plugin.
Originally Posted by Googlyman
Also, why not keep the 4 comp settings as switchable presets and add full compressor settings (ratio, threshold, attack, release) for us to have more control ?
I think the ubk-1 is much about mixing in the right amount of compression. (and sat and density). And it does kinda have a treshold... You should watch the manual video.
This is the most sensitive and best reacting dynamic plugin ever. What this thing can do is absolutely unmatched. The way you can change your material is unbelievable. I think calling it movement generator is really appropriate. In terms of dynamics and space.
I hope the vst gets released soon so you can hear it yourself. I understand your theory-crafting, but trust me: you can absolutely control the ubk behaviour, it reacts very sensitively and all controls react, fit and complement eachother perfectly. And this thing has not a small sweetspot as so many others, this whole thing IS a sweetspot.
Originally Posted by Googlyman
And you may add:
- transformer and tube saturation in the sat section
- maybe add a sat section too at the end of the comp (output)
- a sidechain section with eq knob
The sidechain is planned afaik. The other points are just theory crafting again. If this plugin does not sound awesome than I dont know.
Yeah, I can't get on board with 'smarmy', it implies a lack of integrity or earnestness to me and I while I may be delusional, I nevertheless labor under the belief that my enthusiasm for this stuff is genuine.
Few things in the world have the ability to entertain me for hours on end like bending sound. I don't know if anyone else is the same, I don't even need an agenda or a reason for doing it; I'll blend and eq and compress sounds for hours and lose myself and all sense of time. I don't care if a mix is getting done, I enjoy the experience of pushing and pulling frequencies and transients, hearing new combinations and shapes emerge and take form.
My dad's the same but with bike rides. He doesn't need to get anywhere and he always ends up back where he started; he just likes being on the bike, moving the pedals, feeling the wind. It's not about anything but enjoying the ride.
I'm not familiar with Studio One V2, but for the AU presets to show you need to know where the host is looking. Try saving a preset of your own and seeing what directory the Save dialog defaults to, then copy your AU presets to that directory.
As for VST crashing, if you could report that to Nathan (@ kushaudio dot com) with your processor, OS & version, host and version, we can create a report and track it down. Thanks!