Been playing with the compressor almost all day, must have put six LPs through it
Without a doubt this is my favourite digital compressor now, and those curves allow it to behave like an infinite amount of compressors. It's a bit like comparing a Graphic EQ to a Parametric, the Parametric gives more control and lets you 'get at' the sort of sound or offect you want.
Trying to get my head around the rate controls and that knob that's on the object. I know my way around the compressor, I know how to get what I want from it but I'm puzzled what the rate knobs are actually doing, technically I mean. The curve knobs appear to bend the curve in/out exactly as expected, but I can't visualise what the rate knobs are actually doing.
And that knob on the object, in laymans terms, is that like an adjustable window that defines how much the compressor 'sees' at any one time? Whatever it is, I wish it had an inlet cause when I first started playing with it, I wasn't having much luck at first, that was until I saw that knob and twisted it ... then WOW ... stuff really started working for the other knobs!
Anyway, awesome compressor mate, needs a warning though ... "WARNING: Addictive Compressor"
Needs an inlet for that mysterious knob as well though, especially as I was gonna dedicate a whole Axoloti to this compressor and build it into a rackmount - so really need the inlet. I think when Johannes releases that control panel, I'll have to but another Axo at the same time
Will check-out that curve-equipped filter tonight, should be neat!