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FIVER by Analog Obsession : Versatile 5 bands equalizer (Big Sur / M1)
Old 25th March 2021
  #91
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The only thing I really don't like about the GUI are the controls for the mid band, with the gain on top and the other two at the bottom. Still makes my brain hurt somewhat when dialing in stuff.
But of course that is a design flaw of the original unit, too. But this is why I am not a fan of too closely emulating the GUI of hardware units, these were subject to limitations of the hardware world (like rack size) and could be easily improved on in plugins...

Apart from that, I am growing fond of this EQ, the drive can be really great on vocals and bass.
Old 25th March 2021 | Show parent
  #92
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then they wouldn't be called emulation if they weren't emulating the controls also if you eyes hurt when looking at the gui then switch to another eq and that's it, not everyone can be pleased with an hardware.
Old 27th March 2021
  #93
Portico's sweet curves at work, with Tunca's excellent implementation: I had a honky trumpet, really harsh on the ears in the upper octave, transients poking all over the place. I just used one high mid band, 5dB down on 2.5kHz, 3dB make up gain from the trim knob = different instrument. This is what I call a musical EQ.
Old 27th March 2021
  #94
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Not sure what jams is talking about. I find Fiver very easy on the eyes. Besides that it's really a joy to use and sounds fantastic.
Old 27th March 2021 | Show parent
  #95
Gear Maniac
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by jams3223 ➡️
then they wouldn't be called emulation if they weren't emulating the controls also if you eyes hurt when looking at the gui then switch to another eq and that's it, not everyone can be pleased with an hardware.
Boy, what's wrong with you? Having a bad week? So you are allowed to criticize the GUI and demand changes, but others aren't (not that I in any way wrote that I want it changed or that my "eyes" hurt)? Chill, mate...
Old 17th April 2021
  #96
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I'm just thinking how incredible will be when AnalogObsession starts to use Neural Network and makes some online processor, to make digital records sound through expensive "neural network hardware emulation"... that would give him money to keep giving great analog emulated products and even a service for the community that wants a more "pro" product.

Artificial Intelligence Emulation Hardware Audio (Neural Network)

Paper
https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/10/3/766/htm

DEMO OF THE NEURAL NETWORK ON GUITAR AMP PEDAL
http://research.spa.aalto.fi/publica.../applsci-deep/

And the paper of DeepAI about emulating Tube with Neural Network Training
https://deepai.org/publication/deep-...fier-emulation


Thanks for your plugins we highly appreciate, i'm thinking if the plugin industry is aware of Neural Networks, and why they don't change their business models right now...
Old 17th April 2021 | Show parent
  #97
Gear Maniac
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by MicAudio ➡️
I'm just thinking how incredible will be when AnalogObsession starts to use Neural Network and makes some online processor, to make digital records sound through expensive "neural network hardware emulation"... that would give him money to keep giving great analog emulated products and even a service for the community that wants a more "pro" product.

Artificial Intelligence Emulation Hardware Audio (Neural Network)

Paper
https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/10/3/766/htm

DEMO OF THE NEURAL NETWORK ON GUITAR AMP PEDAL
http://research.spa.aalto.fi/publica.../applsci-deep/

And the paper of DeepAI about emulating Tube with Neural Network Training
https://deepai.org/publication/deep-...fier-emulation


Thanks for your plugins we highly appreciate, i'm thinking if the plugin industry is aware of Neural Networks, and why they don't change their business models right now...
Tunca has a background in analog circuit design and makes all of his plugins with SPICE circuit modelling ... this is like asking an analog distortion pedal designer to start making Lexicon reverb algorithms. Completely different fields with completely different skillsets required.
Old 17th April 2021 | Show parent
  #98
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MicAudio ➡️
I'm just thinking how incredible will be when AnalogObsession starts to use Neural Network and makes some online processor, to make digital records sound through expensive "neural network hardware emulation"... that would give him money to keep giving great analog emulated products and even a service for the community that wants a more "pro" product.

Artificial Intelligence Emulation Hardware Audio (Neural Network)

Paper
https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/10/3/766/htm

DEMO OF THE NEURAL NETWORK ON GUITAR AMP PEDAL
http://research.spa.aalto.fi/publica.../applsci-deep/

And the paper of DeepAI about emulating Tube with Neural Network Training
https://deepai.org/publication/deep-...fier-emulation


Thanks for your plugins we highly appreciate, i'm thinking if the plugin industry is aware of Neural Networks, and why they don't change their business models right now...
Quote:
Tunca has a background in analog circuit design and makes all of his plugins with SPICE circuit modelling ... this is like asking an analog distortion pedal designer to start making Lexicon reverb algorithms. Completely different fields with completely different skillsets required
As a developer Who want to improve himself, i researched about it but it's toooooo complicated. Not for me.

Using spice is easier and better.

Also, neural network won't let you control whole device. It's not like AA's dynamic convolution or algos.

Thanks!
Old 17th April 2021 | Show parent
  #99
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Quote:
Originally Posted by AnalogObsession ➡️
As a developer Who want to improve himself, i researched about it but it's toooooo complicated. Not for me.

Using spice is easier and better.

Also, neural network won't let you control whole device. It's not like AA's dynamic convolution or algos.

Thanks!
I didn't saw this message and sent you the same by PM.

I understand and just was wanting to help, your products are amazing, and i'm just thinking in you not being out of this if that ****ing thing comes fast over audio emulation, that AI will be a big headache for all of us in every field.

thanks a lot
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