Plug-ins Controlling the parameters of a plug-in
ALL EQ button
Turns the LF/LMF/HMF/HF bands on/off together. (This does not affect HPF/LPF.)
If the ALL EQ button is off, you cannot use the LF IN, LMF IN, HMF IN, or HF IN buttons to
turn individual bands on/off.
■ Rupert Comp 754
Rupert Comp 754 is a processor that emulates the compressor/limiter section built into numerous
classic consoles developed by Rupert Neve during the 1960s and 1970s.
It is a model that lies at the root of the bus compressors used as standard items in studios and
broadcast stations, and is noted for its smooth and natural compression sound that does not impair
the expressive power of the source. By using VCM technology, this compressor models the circuits
that make lavish use of the audio transformers and discrete class-A amps (which are the signature of
Rupert Neve). Simply applying the compressor lightly will help you obtain the rich, solid Rupert
Neve sound. Even if applied deeply, it will not produce ear-fatiguing peaks or cause the sound to
break up, allowing you to retain the natural tonality while controlling the dynamics and enhancing
the depth and power of the sound.
METER RESPONSE switch
Selects the meter response speed.
INPUT ADJUST knob
Adjusts the input gain. However, the output gain changes inversely in tandem with the level of
this knob so that the volume remains the same as the pass-through volume (the volume when
COMP IN and LIMIT IN are off). For example if INPUT ADJUST is +5 dB, the input gain is
+5 dB and the output gain is –5 dB.
INPUT ADJUST can be used in the following ways.
• If the input signal level to the effect is too low to reach the threshold, you can raise the input
• You can change the input level to the input circuit (audio transformer or class-A amp) in
order to modify the tonal character.
RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual