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Re: Can someone explain the proper use of a console

Postby scooter » Wed May 05, 2010 4:22 am

Thanks for the tips Grim!
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Re: Can someone explain the proper use of a console

Postby turbidnick » Wed May 05, 2010 9:37 pm

What do you guys do for drum samples, or amp sims? Bounce the track then insert nebula? Like for bass, Should i apply the the emulation to the di it self and then run it though an amp sim or bounce the track and then add nebula...same for drums.
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Re: Can someone explain the proper use of a console

Postby RJHollins » Wed May 05, 2010 9:43 pm

I think the only real issue would be memory/CPU loading that would make you decide to go 'live' or work from a bounce.
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Re: Can someone explain the proper use of a console

Postby norburybrook » Thu May 06, 2010 10:13 am

SamC wrote:Yeah, I got it but with five busses, as someone above said, latency is intolerable at 1024!

Anyone have a solution or suggestion?

Thanks



but why is latency a problem when mixing? all DAW's have ADC/PDC now so I don't see what the problem is when mixing.

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Re: Can someone explain the proper use of a console

Postby Grim » Thu May 06, 2010 12:15 pm

Response to controls still gets slower......unless you can insert a personal ADC somewhere between your hand & your ear :shock:
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Re: Can someone explain the proper use of a console

Postby SamC » Fri May 07, 2010 3:41 pm

Grim wrote:1024 is your asio buffer?

What about the Nebula buffer :?: ......I think it's called dspbuffer in master page.
You can reduce this for less latency but more cpu hit.....If you're running Nebulareverb at default the latency is massive but for eq, consoles, tapes etc I drop it to 1024 & have read others get away with 512.

You can make a copy of Nebula with this setting saved so you don't need to set it every time.


Thanks Grim, I will try that reduction in Nebula.....and save it!
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Re: Can someone explain the proper use of a console

Postby SamC » Sat May 08, 2010 9:17 pm

The dsp buffer in the master page is not adjustable.....I am not clear how to change Nebula's buffer size?

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Re: Can someone explain the proper use of a console

Postby TranscendingMusic » Sat May 08, 2010 9:22 pm

SamC wrote:The dsp buffer in the master page is not adjustable.....I am not clear how to change Nebula's buffer size?

Thanks


Hey Sam, find your relative Nebula XML file in your vstplugins folder, open in "edit" mode and you will find the DSP buffer in there. Edit it, save, and that's it.
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Re: Can someone explain the proper use of a console

Postby Grim » Sun May 09, 2010 12:43 am

SamC wrote:The dsp buffer in the master page is not adjustable.....I am not clear how to change Nebula's buffer size?


Oops...sorry I forgot it needs doing in the XML :oops:
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Re: Can someone explain the proper use of a console

Postby SamC » Sun May 09, 2010 8:40 pm

Thanks everyone!
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