I was just kidding. I was just defending he users that don't yet have a "nuclear" beast computer. I run some pretty large mixes, but I also render Nebula instances very early in the mix, often I batch process to make the decisions and move on. But yes, the new "engine" is working much more efficiently than even the last stable release. I am excited for people to get this and start working with it.
...but 96 kHz is hard with nebula... I believe more and more for mixes without rendering to use UAD and nebula "only" for special jobs like the mojo of real or other unique tasks. but yes, to do mixes only with nebula and without rendering is a dream and will be a dream for a long, long time.
sounds good! sorry for posting here but I was wondering if I buy nebula 3 ( I need au64bit for logic so its kind of useless right now ) can we upgrade to nebula 4 for free or do we have to buy that completely apart? can someone answer to this?