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The attack parameter is a very crucial factor for the operations of a compressor. Choosing the right time settings is very important, but depending on the dynamic progress of the source material this can be a difficult task – no matter if single tracks or complete mixes are processed. The attack parameter is a very crucial factor for the operations of a compressor. Choosing the right time settings is very important, but depending on the dynamic progress of the source material this can be a difficult task – no matter if single tracks or complete mixes are processed.
Time constants and especially the release parameter decide if the processing of a compressor is obvious or unobtrusive to the ear. As it is difficult to achieve perfect results for all kinds of different material with only one type of release curve, xpressor|neo offers two different options: logarithmic and linear.
It is characteristic of a logarithmic release that the time constant shortens when the amount of gain reduction increases. The linear mode, however, has a straight release profile, without the slower tapering release characteristic of the Log mode.
This function is basically a slew rate limiter that reduces the speed of the output amplifier stages. It affects frequency spectrum, harmonics and transient response.
Fast transients are slowed down a bit and the overall sound appears more round and merged. As this function influences the behavior of the output stages, the effect it creates has an impact on the complete processing results of all compression stages.
Choose between two different sound characters: the powerful transparency of the discrete class-A circuitry and the saturated richness of the Warm mode.
A low cut filter with a selectable frequency which is located in the sidechain. This means that it will not affect the audio signal itself, but the way in which it will be compressed. The keyword is ‘frequency selective compression’. It reduces the influence low frequencies have on overall compression – an easy way to apply the desired amount of gain reduction without the side effect of the track starting to pump.
Especially useful in mastering or when complete mixes are to be compressed, but it can also be a powerful tool for processing subgroups or even single signals.
This limiter is not placed in the audio path where you would usually find it, but in the control path of the compressor. It limits the control voltage according to the setting of the GR Limit controller. No matter how high the input level might get – the amount of gain reduction will never exceed the value which you have set.
Loud parts can keep their dynamics, as they will not be compressed beyond the limit of the Gain Reduction Limiter. Special effects like ducking or upward compression can be achieved by only reducing quieter parts without changing the original dynamics.
Parallel compression is a technique for mixing a dry signal with a compressed identical signal. It maintains the subtleties of a performance while stabilizing the dynamics. The mix controller makes it possible to cross-fade between the unprocessed and the compressed signals. This allows parallel compression right in the box and makes additional routings redundant in favor of a better signal quality.
You can use extreme compression settings without killing a track. By mixing just a part of the compressed signal to the original, the major portion of the initial dynamic structure remains intact.
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<10 Hz – 400 kHz (-3,0 dB)
THD+N @ 0 dBu, 20 Hz – 22 kHz:
Mix 0 %:
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THD+N @ +10 dBu, 20 Hz – 22 kHz:
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Dimensions (W x H x D, incl. Knobs):
1 HE Rack:
19” x 1,75“ x 9,4“
483 mm x 44,45 mm x 238 mm
4,09” x 5,39“ x 8,4“
104 mm x 137 mm x 212 mm
1 HE Rack:
3,88 lbs / 1,76 kg
3,17 lbs / 1,46 kg
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The xpressor|neo is a powerful tool that provides precise control over your audio dynamics, giving you the ability to shape your sound like never before. Its transparent, analog-style compression ensures that your audio remains punchy and clear, without any unwanted artifacts or coloration.
With its intuitive interface and advanced features, the xpressor|neo is easy to use and customizable to fit any workflow. Its sidechain filter allows you to isolate specific frequencies for compression, while its gain reduction limiter ensures that your audio remains within a specified dynamic range.
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