Hi, so I've moved this across from the transient loss thread because I don't want to clog that one up with this particular problem.
I want to make use of the Timed tweaks, but sensibly I don't really want to be altering the raw n2p files because obviously you can mess things up if you make a mistake. So, I wanted to make some copies and add HQ to the end of each program so I can use those to mess with etc.
So, via NAT I alter the files and hit save. Problem is, the new files aren't showing in Nebula...
Just so you can see what I'm doing, I installed Nebula on my laptop and just copied over one n2p file to make it easy to see -
As you can see, the HQ file is in the program folder, but it isn't showing up in Nebula...
Any ideas? (thanks to Cupwise and others who've already suggested a few things, but unfortunately we're stumped! - see the transient loss thread for stuff attempted so far)
That's really strange.. Since NAT is Win app i don't have right now any opportunity to test this, but i'll definitely do this then i can. Maybe NAT settings is corrupt or something? I've used NAT in 2010 then purhased Nebula, but can't remember that problem..
I don't know, I'm even more confused now. Basically, the EMT 140 plate that I made a copy of in Nebula - well, NAT allowed me to make a copy of it/alter it, and the new file showed up (the process as it is supposed to work in other words). However, the Selmer bass and Gemini 1073 Pre that I also used as a test - well, as before I've made copies via Nebula, but when I then try to alter those copies in NAT (as with the EMT 140 plate copy) I have the same problem has I had to start with. So, some files work (in NAT) and some don't. Effectively, Neb is the only place that I can make copies. Which means that if I want to alter the name of a file I have to make a copy in Neb, plus another HQ copy in Neb. Laborious!