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Re: Hi there may I ask what the differences are ....

Postby enriquesilveti » Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:13 pm

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Re: Hi there may I ask what the differences are ....

Postby EricH » Thu Jul 28, 2011 3:33 pm

there is a saying : You gotta be in it to win it.

Nebula 3 here we come, very soon.

Also just to re-ask for the Mammoth eq does it need to be "Nebula 3 pro" or will just "Nebula 3" work ?

Also is neb 3 pro less CPU heavy than "non pro" due to "optimizations" as the product decription states?

It seems to make very clear in the manual "Pro":

System requirements
In order to use our software you need at least:
 An Intel or AMD CPU based PC
 575MB free disk space
 Up to 270MB free Ram
 Nebula2 or Nebula3(Pro) with installed commercial license
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Re: Hi there may I ask what the differences are ....

Postby richie43 » Thu Jul 28, 2011 4:08 pm

I know money can be an issue, because I don't have much! But my advice to you is to bite the bullet and buy at least Nebula 3 Pro. The optimizations are worth it. But even more so if you move into the Server edition. The difference in efficiency and performance between regular Nebula and Pro 3 is big, and between Pro 3 and Pro 3 server even bigger. Your enjoyment of the Nebula sound will be so much more if you can maximize your performance efficiency. And no, I do not work for Acustica Audio or receive perks for selling!! I am just a huge fan with over 20 years of all analog experience now finally loving digital audio. (After trying unsuccessfully many times)
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Re: Hi there may I ask what the differences are ....

Postby EricH » Thu Jul 28, 2011 9:47 pm

Nebula 3 pro it will be.

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Re: Hi there may I ask what the differences are ....

Postby dpclarkson » Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:54 am

I'm also going to invest in more RAM,
and the server-version.
I just did a quick little test with Nebula3 Pro
Reverb, with the buffer all the way up to 8192,
and my Apogee Symphony at 1024.
Made a real-world signal path; e.g. mic input, comp,
eq, output, R2R, TB+, (don't have the VTM, because
I'm on OSX, aaargh!), line input.
This chain takes about 10 instances per track,
depending on your number of eq-bands,
and the result was stunning: Logic's CPU meter
wasn't barely moving. I haven't checked the activity monitor
yet, but it looks good.
The only con is that Logic behaves a lot less
snappy because of the high buffers.
But it's possible to have a large 'render/print-mix',
like a drum-session of 20 or more tracks,
and here everything in realtime in it's context.
I know I'll need the server version for this.
Now I only have to max out my trusty 2007 8core
to 16GB RAM.
How are the RAM prizes today anyway?
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