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A Powered by Nebulaproduct,
AcquaVoxis a simple to use - yet
world class – emulation of a classic, highly revered preamp. Perfect for adding
warmth to recorded instruments like guitars and drums, and for imparting analog
feel to vocal tracks.
Recommended CPU: Intel 1Ghz.
Recommended RAM: 1 GB.
Requires VST compatible host for operation.
AcquaVox is the first of many standalone plugins in the
Powered by Nebula product line.
Nebula is a highly sophisticated emulation engine, utilizing brand new
technology to recreate the unique and desired idiosyncrasies of analog hardware
inside your DAW. AcquaVox is based on the highly sought-after
and prized preamp.
DC1A is the little
brother of the compression monster DC8C. Soundwise it's
comparable to the PUNCH mode in DC8C. It's kind of a mixture of classic opto
and FET designs.
DC1A looks like a one trick pony. But don't get fooled by the lack of additional
controls. You may be suprised on how many different material this little thing
works. DC1A is heavily program dependent, so is the saturation.
Its main function is to change the proportions between high
and low frequencies. The principle is quite similar to a pair of scales:
Dependent on the gain setting around a variable center frequency, the high
frequencies are boosted whereas the low frequencies are attenuated (or vice
versa) at the same time.
The center frequency can be shifted continuously between 26 Hz and 2.2 kHz or
between 260 Hz and 22 kHz respectively (when the x10 switch is activated). The
characteristics of the filter change in the extreme positions of the EQ Gain
controller: The fully counter-clockwise setting will give you a low pass filter;
fully clockwise position will result in a high pass filter.