SN01.dll and SN01_x64.dll are GUI-less. Those files with G (SN01G.dll and SN01G_x64.dll) are with GUI. Both versions, GUI-less and the one with GUI should work alongside each other. At least they do in Cubase 5. Sadly, I have no access to FL Studio, so, I currently cannot look further into it.
Well, I'm afraid, I don't quite understand what you mean. There is no "grey modern looking GUI" compiled into any of the files, unless what you mean is the default UI of your DAW, in which case please see my other reply to C.Ray. Also, some visual clue would be helpful..screenshot maybe?
Thanks! Got the full green gui and I must say, or rather rave about this comp/limiter. I have a ton of great comp plugins and this is in another league, sounds very much like a great hardware comp...thanks so much! I will be telling all my studio friends about this. Keep up the amazing work.
Yes, you can clearly tell from envelope ranges, shapes of SC filters, or the look of GR meter. However, to be thorough, I took some inspiration from Tube-tech, too. That's where the knee came from. I have the feeling that it makes a pretty good approximation of "opto-like" behavior (the smooth kind, not the pumping). But yes, the main inspiration came from API and SSL, I simply love the sound of VCA compression.
Bug in FL Studio 20 (Windows 10) with the SN01G_x64 version: closing and reopening the interface will cause the Mode and Push controls to reset to F and 0 respectively. This is just a GUI bug, the modes themselves don't actually change.
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