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Plugivery Forums _ Nomad Factory _ Liquid Mod Ii Analog Mode Awful

Posted by: andyjh Jun 12 2017, 01:42 AM

Putting Liquid Mod II into analog mode, just sounds like a bit crusher, it's not useful, It's just a horrid distortion

is this just a bug, or is it really supposed to sound like this ?

Posted by: Ashley Smith Jun 12 2017, 02:56 PM

Hi Andy,

Check the Overdrive amount, make sure you aren't smashing it. I advise you re-install latest version from the "http://download.plugivery.com/pvdl/?do=browse&dir=release&bid=39" installer and hit up our http://help.nomadfactory.com team with your full system spec's, examples, settings, etc, if you're having/hearing any issues.

Regards,

Posted by: andyjh Jun 12 2017, 11:57 PM

QUOTE (Ashley Smith @ Jun 12 2017, 02:56 PM) *
Hi Andy,

Check the Overdrive amount, make sure you aren't smashing it. I advise you re-install latest version from the "http://download.plugivery.com/pvdl/?do=browse&dir=release&bid=39" installer and hit up our http://help.nomadfactory.com team with your full system spec's, examples, settings, etc, if you're having/hearing any issues.

Regards,



Thanks for the reply,

The overdrive is OFF (as is Feedback and Width), I have updated to the latest version, and the problem is still there. The input level is about -12dB, what does make it better, is to drive the input to 0dB and reduce the output to -12dB.

The question is, what is the Analog mode supposed to do, it just seems to be an overdrive effect, and an unpleasant one at that - maybe this is what it is supposed to do ?

It does sound all OK in Digital mode

Posted by: Ashley Smith Jun 13 2017, 11:49 AM

Hi Andy,

The analog mode simply offers a different topology design and sound (focussed high-end and more weighted lows) of the circuit, and essentially the writ/coded algortihm. It should not and in tests to confirm here for Chorus or Flanger type impart unpleasant overdrive/distortion (though you may hear some smoothed saturation for modeled "analog" componets, as expected); 'less you are driving the input excessively for that particular or desired inflection, which would be digital, not clipping, distortion.

Best,

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