I see. It's a pity. But there are workarounds Thank you for the suggestion. I'm sure you're right. At the moment, unfortunately, I prefer to wait, I've some problems with Nebulaman and Nebula Setups on Mountain Lion. Besides, Jack is still in beta (I need it for Mixbus), as other applications I can well rely on Snow Leopard. And, from Logic forums, I've seen from various comments that it's a bit too early for upgrading to Logic X, not regarding features (those are very welcome!) but stability and reliability. I don't wanna break a hard-earned working system
I've the ML partition ready and I'm testing, I'll see when the time is mature. I hope soon.
Anyway, thank you for anything you've done, for me, for Logic users, and Nebula community
brp wrote:ah ok. thanks for this statement. i just wanted to make sure that you know juce and its possibilities and are not ignoring it. but if you know it, then i'm sure you judge things right. i could not imagin that changeing gui would mean so much work!
it's a huge pitty that juce came too late for you!
i personally think it would make sens to go with juce from a strategic point of view. it just opens up a lot of ways and possibilities for your company. i even think of licensing the engine code to other developpers which want to make some hybrid plugins. I but its surely a difficult desicion if you had to hire someone for that. maybe you'll find some nerds in the juce forum (if i remember right, there is kind of a job board). and maybe its just more clever to not start it at all! for such desicions swot-analyses usually can help. learn about this if you havent allready.
anyway, i wish you the very best luck for the future of your company and nebula of course!
As I think I already suggested, I beta tested for some time for SoundRadix 32 Lives, Nebula AU 32bit was well tested and works really well with it, also mono and mono->stereo.
Not the cheapest solution, but I use it everyday for all my 32bits AU plugins, much better even than Logic 9 bridge. A completely integrated and very stable system to use 32bits with LogicX in a totally indistinguishable way with 64bits.
If you need Nebula then you can probably afford it and it makes a lot of sense
jkervin wrote:Any news on 64 bit for us Mac peeps?
Yes, GC, do tell
I'm happy with Logic X using Franky/Gege's technique, but it's a slight pain due to the stereo-only restriction.
not getting more than few instances on tracks with 32lives in logic prox. And can only run one nebula on the 2bus without peaking that single core on my 8core Mac Pro os x 10.8.5. I am using the nebula server ver 1.3.602. Any optimization settings for it to run more efficiently in 32lives?