jorismak wrote:Kinda what makes the 'Nebula3 Reverb' instance the reverb-instance is the bigger dsp-buffer as far as I know.
For the record, the 2 Nebula dll's are identical. The xml's (which can be edited) are what make the instances different. So I suppose if you leave the xml's alone, the 2 instances are different. But if you use Nebula Setups and create zillions of dll's for different specific uses, it doesn't matter which dll is used as your template, the xml's are customized to fit the task.