View Single Post
Old 13th November 2018
Lives for gear
atma's Avatar

No, it's just surprising because I've used nearly all of the mixing console emulations out there, and the waves NLS is by leaps and bounds the most extreme and colorful of any of them. You can push that thing into full-blown, psychotic distortion. The Slate VCC, on the other hand, is extremely subtle, even when pushed to its limit, and you only really start to get a little bit of signal alteration when you run instances of it on every single channel. You ought to really re-try the NLS, and run it in the Abbey Road (Mike) emulation, and just push the drive on it. The harder you push the drive, the more the specific characteristics of each of the individual 32 (i think?) channel models become really apparent (frequency response differences, phase, crosstalk, stereo width, etc.).