HI Enrique - off topic but you're already in the thread and this is a very me-specific question, so...
I am currently on Nebula3 pro Mac version 1.3.478.
Question: Do I need to do a paid upgrade to get the latest version of Nebula3 Pro or not? Is the latest version also the server version (i.e. is everything by server now)?
Question2: Is CUDA now recommended for use with more than just reverbs? Is the current version the "superCUDA" we have been hearing about, where it makes sense to use it for EQs and compressors as well?
david1103 wrote:you saying that the sound of CURRENT RELEASED nebula compressors has changed (for the better) with a recent update, no-one mentioned or noticed this?!
is this not major news? it should have been mentioned in the update notes. will people now find their mixes have changed when they update
Yeah, was thinking the same. Glad I didn't upgrade yet...Why fiddle around with the old compressors ? I thought the envelope follower upgrade only applies to the new, yet unreleased compressor generation. People are using and adjusting these compressors as they are. If that behavior - as erroneous as it may be - suddenly changes, it feels like someone broke into your house and changed the tubes in all your guitar amps. Without telling, obviously. Not good !
So anyone able to confirm that ? Old compressors change in sound due to new engine adjustments ?
We rebuild the EVF module, now Nebula react better in attack and release
you don't understand.
That could not possibly mean anything other than that the behavior of the compressors has changed at least slightly. If they were invisible changes to the EVF module, why would they have made them and announced them? Not clear on how the question could be more "answered" than that.
This is something that has been promised and discussed for a long time.
It's listed separately from the metering improvements:
- better meter engine (unlimited frames, fixes for crashes in previous skins, mandatory version for new incoming skins based on vu meters) - fixes on envelope follower and EVF page (mandatory for new incoming alexb presets, eg compressors)
If you don't change anything in the EVFS page of programs then the sound shouldn't change at all. People in most threads are talking about changing the metering in the MAST page which, as you pointed out, is a completely different thing. Old compressors use RMS 17 or AVR 17, if I recall correctly. New compressors will use EVF 17. As far as I know, and please correct me if I'm wrong, the old envelope followers (Average, Peak, RMS, Average 17 and RMS 17) did not change to preserve the behavior/sound of old sessions/projects. That's why we have new envelope followers.
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