Fire Lizard

$5.75

Released on August 11, 2011.

Acustica Audio Nebula "preamp"/"console" style gain stage coloration programs based on the Slate Dragon.             

Measurement data was acquired via Prism Orpheus conversion, Vovox cables, and Rothwell attenuators.

Platform & Format Inclusions:

Acustica Audio Nebula

  • Version Required: Nebula 2 & 3 (commercial version ONLY) v1.3.504 and above
  • File Format: Program & Vector file pairs (.n2p, .n2v)
  • Sample Rate: 96 kHz (Nebula can re-sample internally to other rates)
  • 10 Kernel harmonic depth
  • GDRIVE+DRIVE gain structure control

Drive Programming:

Each "Saturation" program has a dual gain control, one for adjusting input/output levels (and subsequently where in the dynamic convolution set the audio will pass through), and one for increasing or decreasing harmonic saturation at the assigned level.

Programs:

EQ
Line level and impedance signal fed to the EQ filters of the unit.

Saturate 1
Line level and impedance signal fed to the harmonic saturation circuit at level 1.

Saturate 1 Cranked
Line level and impedance signal fed to the harmonic saturation circuit at level 1, with a 10 dB static attenuator placed on the output and the gain raised to compensate.

Saturate 2
Line level and impedance signal fed to the harmonic saturation circuit at level 2.

Saturate 2 Cranked
Line level and impedance signal fed to the harmonic saturation circuit at level 2, with a 10 dB static attenuator placed on the output and the gain raised to compensate.

Saturate 3
Line level and impedance signal fed to the harmonic saturation circuit at level 3.

Saturate 3 Cranked
Line level and impedance signal fed to the harmonic saturation circuit at level 3, with a 10 dB static attenuator placed on the output and the gain raised to compensate.

Additional Resources:

PDF Manual


Included File 01:




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