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Low-pass filters in Nebula 3

Postby Shuriken » Sat Nov 28, 2015 4:08 pm

Hello,

As the title states, I have question about the low-pass filters in Nebula 3. What I've noticed is that when I use 4-pole or even 6-pole low-pass filters there are lots of mid to high frequencies left behind, even with low cutoff frequencies, like 150-200Hz. I'm not used to that kind of behavior of the filters and seems like something is wrong.
My questions is, is there a way to make the filters cut more "radical"? (think of using the Akai S950 low-pass filter for isolating just the low frequencies)
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Re: Low-pass filters in Nebula 3

Postby Shuriken » Thu Dec 03, 2015 12:03 am

I'll try to be more specific this time.
Let's take "Mooged lowpass" filter for example. I'm trying to make the filter slope steeper. Is there a way to do that through some changes in the parameters settings or something like that?
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Re: Low-pass filters in Nebula 3

Postby giancarlo » Thu Dec 03, 2015 9:41 pm

You you need longer kernels: nebula 3 reverb and/or a better sampling
Most of commercial library presets are pretty old
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Re: Low-pass filters in Nebula 3

Postby Shuriken » Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:57 pm

I already use Nebula 3 Reverb, so I guess there's nothing else to do.

Thanks for your reply, Giancarlo.
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