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Dual Limiting Amplifier LM-662 is a recreation of the classic Fairchild 670 limiter - when using the LM-662, music and instruments react the same as a Fairchild 670 does:
- Useful as a limiter or a compressor depending on the program material and control settings.
- Dual channel (dual mono) - A/B with individual controls.
- Fast attack time with variable release time from .3 seconds to 10 seconds.
- Up to 192 kHz sample rates supported.
- Automate any control.
- Factory presets.
Reviewed By mikejade
August 28, 2006
Nomads are already famous for their warm sounding vintage reincarnations, and this is no exception.
A vintage channel, EQ and Compressor/Limmiter make a great combo, and this sounds really, really well. Adds that important integrating element that eliminates the digital vibe of your mix. It can be subtle, or punch your lights out. Interfaces simulate old gear, look great, and are easy to operate. Of course, no visual feedback on EQ, but use Voxengo SPAN after it to see what you're doing. EQ has 4 bands, but 2 are x10 switchable, so you have more options.
Presets are actually the same for the channel and limiter, while eq has some other settings. Presets are basic, not excesive, but are a good start for your own tweaks.
What is missing? Well, channel has no de-esser, but this can be solved, and limiter is not brick-wall, so you might add some other limiter for mastering purposes.
Somehow, by feel and quality, this package is like a PSP Vintage Warmer spread over 3 plug-ins with added funcionality and warmth.
Bought it on DontCrack.com, which gave the great offer for the package, and solved my order problem in a flash. Great service.
This package is a great value compared to Waves SSL or Wave Arts, and has a potential to add that 'real sounding' quality to any digitally produced music. Two thumbs up!Read more