Native Instruments Vintage Compressors Bundle
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Native Instruments Vintage Compressors Bundle

Vintage Compressors Bundle, Compresseur logiciel de la marque Native Instruments appartenant à la série Vintage Compressors.

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  • 16/09/11Test des IK Multimedia T-RackS Black 76 et T-RackS White 2A et Native Instruments VC 76 et VC 2A

    Test des IK Multimedia T-RackS Black 76 et T-RackS White 2A et Native Instruments VC 76 et VC 2A - Du 1176 au LA2A, chez les uns et les autres

    La sortie quasi simultanée de versions logicielles des 1176 et LA2A chez IK Multimedia et Native Instruments est une occasion de réaliser un mini-comparatif. Let’s squash!

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globutu05/08/2015

L'avis de globutu"compresseurs corrects"

Native Instruments Vintage Compressors Bundle

Avec quelle configuration et dans quel but utilisez-vous ce plug-in? Qu'en est-il de la stabilité et de ses performances?


WIN7 pro, presonus, ableton,....
Tres stable consomme tres peut.

Le plug-in, est-il simple à prendre en main et bien documenté ?


C'est pas les compresseurs les plus compliqués donc simple a prendre en main encore plus le VC160. le manuel est complet

Est-il efficient ? Ses fonctionnalités sont-elles conformes à vos attentes?


L'ajout d'option comme des sidechain et // comp sont appreciable. la qualité est correct, le ratio de NI est bien un ratio de 4:1 en mode compresse comme le hardware alors que chez IK actuellement c'est un 2:1 et en mode limit le comp NI passe bien en 10:1 et l'IK reste 2:1. Default du NI release trop rapide ce qui peu faire pomper

Et le VC 160 est tres pratique pour redonner du punch (laisser l'attaque et compresser le sustain) a des drums.
LA2A tres bon pour faire du leveling car opto comportement mais parfois peut pomper plus que le waves
VC 76 tres bon pour adoucir des drums en coupant le surplus d'attaque et remonter le sustain, et couper des peak dans des pistes de vocal ou autres. Mais une pref pour IK waves


Quelles sont les choses que vous appréciez le plus et le moins?

+ Sérieux de NI pour le codage (stable et consomme peu), le son correct, plus besoin de guitar ring.
Sympas a l'epoque avec guitar rig , mais préférable d'aller chez waves pour les 3 comps, ou IK pour le 1176

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tarrtime17/12/2012

L'avis de tarrtime (contenu en anglais)"Even better as stand-alone plug-ins"

Native Instruments Vintage Compressors Bundle
Native Instruments Vintage Compressors is a suite of effects processors to be used in Guitar Rig 5 or as stand-alone plug-ins in a DAW. I received these plug-ins when I purchased Komplete 8 Ultimate. Therefore, installation was completed as part of the entire K8U install process. This software package can be purchased separate from K8U, and downloaded directly from the NI website for installation. Authorization is completed using the NI Service Center software application.
The compressors in this bundle are supposed to model some famous hardware compressors - 1176, LA-2A, and DBX-160. If you have any idea about how to use the controls on the hardware, then using this software emulations will be pretty straight-forward. However, if you are more familiar with digital compressors than hardware compressors, the controls are a little different. In these models, the compressor threshold is controlled by using the 'input' volume rather than having a separate threshold control. Depending on the compressor, the 'attack', 'release', and 'ratio' are all a little different.
I actually wish Native Instruments would have included more presets for specific instruments to give me a better starting point. The Waves CLA compressors includes much better presets to use, if you aren't very familiar with using compressors.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

These compressors were a collaboration between Native Instruments and Softube. I can only assume that Softube performed most of the modeling and NI took over the rest. Softube has their own versions of these compressors available (minus the 160). I don't own any of them so I can't compare the sound. My impression is that the Softube versions modeled more individual components of the hardware compressors and that the NI versions modeled the processors at a higher level.
A great thing about these compressors (as well as the Softube ones) are there parallel compression options. Parallel compression is a popular technique where an uncompressed version of the signal is mixed with the compressed version. Typically this means that you have to have use two tracks to achieve this - one with a compressor, one without. These compressors allow you to achieve this on a single track. One thing to watch is whether the you are 'mixing' between the dry and wet signals (30% dry, 70% wet) or if you are just adding extra dry signal to the 100% wet signal. The GR5 and stand-alone versions of these plug-ins do this differently. Just something to watch out for.

OVERALL OPINION

Native Instruments have finally set these compressors free by releasing them as stand-alone plug-ins rather than as effects inside Guitar Rig 5. I loved having these effects inside GR5 when I was using amp simulation. However, I almost always inserted a different compressor when I wasn't using amp simulation because I didn't want to open GR5. Now that these are stand-alone plug-ins, I am much more likely to use them on drums and vocals. The DBX-160 is especially useful for drums to make them punch, with a little bit of dirt/saturation.