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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby Raynorshyn » Sun Apr 24, 2011 7:20 am

Man, I hope I am not hijacking this thread but I am thoroughly confused.

How can we have only one Nebula instance in all the computer and ensure backwards compatibility with so many projects. I have used 32bit Cubase and Neb 32bit for tracking because there are no hickups with vst instruments, (Cubase has a crap bridge and Jbridge doesn't always work) and then 64bit Cubase and Neb for mixdown because of the gains in RAM ei Nebula instances.

How is it possible to dispose of one?
One day I know I will have a second PC to use and the server will be necessary, but right now I'm feeling a little buyers remorse. Nebula's superb sonic quality not withstanding.
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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby giancarlo » Sun Apr 24, 2011 9:13 am

contact me via email, we'll check your issues
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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby sneaky » Wed Apr 27, 2011 12:15 am

Hi Giancarlo, is there any sort of a timetable for purecuda?
And will that version require an upgrade/purchase.
Im ogling a GTX560
Thx
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