I have actually hardly ever read it, there is so much info here on the forum if you look. Personally, I am not a "tweaker" with Nebula. There ARE ways to make some presets perform better (maybe), but those tweaks have the ability to hinder other presets. Many people here will disagree with me on this, and hopefully they will chime in with the ways they tweak their Nebula. But I tend to choose to let the devs design their presets and I enjoy using them. Good luck, Nebula can do great things with your audio work!
Some overviews right here on the forum. Look at the top tabs, under company and 3rd party devs. There are so many great libraries, instead of worrying too much, I always suggest that people just pick one or two and try them. Working with nebula is a learning process, don't expect to know everything right away. Ask tons of questions and use your ears.
But some "Effects" are so subtle and when I phase invert a copy without NEbula i can hear sometimes they are distorted a bit. SO this is then just like the hardware is..
I want to undertsnad more about how that system works. especially for compressors. The concept of changing a tone based on the impulse a effect or a room gives is understandable but how that thing works with hw comps is beyond my understanding - as there are different things that have to be taken into account.. attack behaviour etc... such stuff..
but there is no need to push it. I am already more than 1000x happy with these stock EQ's I got with NEbula 3. Good Job guys! Thats for sure.
Speaking as an electronic Producer i am anyway more interested in colouring EQ's etc. my compressor workhorses are enough - all thats lacking is colour and warmth.
and for this colouring nebula is very perfect. (not so for the bread and butter tool stuff I have to do - but maybe when I find some good filters?! we will see)