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there's no more 4:1 setting in 24/7 C in 3.0 ?!?!??!?!

Now WHAT's the idea?!?!?!?!?

Is this a graphic typo or what?!???

Available rates are now: 7:1, 8:1, 12:1 and 20:1 ?

How am I suppose to do slight compression if the minimum available setting is 7:1 !!!!

besides, this way this ain't no more a *valid* urei1176 emulation,

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH .. give me back my 4:1 !!!!
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rotoquezada Contributor - Level 2 2007-12-20

2007-12-20

there's no more 4:1 setting in 24/7 C in 3.0 ?!?!??!?!

Now WHAT's the idea?!?!?!?!?

Is this a graphic typo or what?!???

Available rates are now: 7:1, 8:1, 12:1 and 20:1 ?

How am I suppose to do slight compression if the minimum available setting is 7:1 !!!!

besides, this way this ain't no more a *valid* urei1176 emulation,

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH .. give me back my 4:1 !!!!

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Re: there's no more 4:1 setting in 24/7 C in 3.0 ?!?!??!?!

don't you hear it that it's 4:1 not 7:1 Smiley Wink ...
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Re: there's no more 4:1 setting in 24/7 C in 3.0 ?!?!??!?!

Well,

I haven't analyzed really deeply if it "sounds" like a 4:1 ... but if it says 7:1 I'm not going to spend a week checking every single mix I've done using the 24/7 in the past to "hear" if something has changed.

What I want to know from TC is what happened? Is it really a new ratio setting? is it a graphic bogus??? Have they discovered that UREI has lied for 50 years and that the 4:1 was really a 7:1 ratio on th 1176 ?!?!?!?

Besides, the manual still speaks of 4:1 ratio.
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Re: there's no more 4:1 setting in 24/7 C in 3.0 ?!?!??!?!

This looks like a graphical typo.
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Re: there's no more 4:1 setting in 24/7 C in 3.0 ?!?!??!?!

Well,

I've just compared the 24/7 C with the UAD 1176SE side by side .. being both emulations of the UREI1176... and the answer is that 7:1 is NOT a typo. That is not 4:1 mistyped ... with the very same settings (everything at 12 o'clock) on the same signal the 24/7 C compresses 12dB at "7:1" where the 1176SE compresses just 3 dB at 4:1 Smiley Sad

... so, now the question is ... TC, what's the idea ?!?!?!?