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Nebula Reverb Vs Nebula

Postby darren » Tue Jun 21, 2011 7:59 pm

I have received some advice that using the Nebula Reverb instance is better than using the normal Nebula.

Could someone put this one into perspective for me? When should the Nebula Reverb be used in preference to the standard Nebula?

Nebula Reverb seems to introduce way more latency, what are the trade-offs?

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Re: Nebula Reverb Vs Nebula

Postby nino » Tue Jun 21, 2011 8:22 pm

U can search forum to find all answers,
but IMHO NebulaReverb is suited for most of the libraries
(EQ,Reverb,Time Variants..),

while Nebula has lower latency therefore
higher CPU hungry and by some opinions useful only for preamps
or amps.

I use NebulaReverb for all;)
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Re: Nebula Reverb Vs Nebula

Postby yewtreemagic » Wed Jun 22, 2011 7:43 pm

darren wrote:Nebula Reverb seems to introduce way more latency, what are the trade-offs?


It used to, but the default settings for Nebula and Nebula 3 have recently been changed to suit more modern computers (rather than older ones as they were before).

On my PC Nebula Reverb now defaults to around 12mS latency at 44.1kHz sample rate, which is a huge improvement, yet processor overheads haven't risen very much at all at this setting 8-)


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