While I'm working on named pipes and interprocess communication (the beginning of next revolution for your workflow, so a single server for all nebula instances with a single access point in nat, I'll be able to implement new features directly in nat) and wasting time and efforts, I'm mixing a song for a friend. While I was trying to emulate the same mastering curve of david guetta using freefilter and an eq in ozone, I was not satisfied, here my tip: I SAMPLED the eq chain (not the multiband compressor, just the equalisers) using a 1 sec reverb session in nat. It took just few seconds:
1. in offline mode I loaded the session 2. in expert page I changed number to 1, and repetitions to 1 3. I generated the sinesweep 4. I imported the sinesweep in wavelab (I use wavelab for mastering) and I processed it 5. I copied it back overwriting the original in the nat folder 6. Typed the name of the program and pushed the "deconvolve" button 7. That's all.
Full quality for the same eq curve shape!!! Even if generated in ozone or freefilter it sounds A LOT better because played by nebula engine. Enjoy.
(I hope someone will test it and maybe will make a little video tutorial, sorry I've not enough time for doing that. Guys, it takes 1 minute, it's worthing for mastering sessions!!)
I've only used NAT3 as a basic analyzer for the collection of Libraries I have
I am intrigued by this idea of 'sampling' a VST for use in Neb.
Where can we learn more ?? Also ... where or how do we get 'templates' for NAT ?? I see that on the 'Expert' menu.
Giancarlo ... please [when you can] provide more detail as to your procedure and how/what you do in WaveLAB.
So many questions ... when you say 'set to 1', is this the same as a 'single kernel' ?? or has this no barring on this ?!? ahhh ... to many questions/unknowns to even ask a sensible question. What/where can we learn more about NAT and its' usage.