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Nebula FX Chains for REAPER !! Quick and Easy.

Postby Mercado_Negro » Sat Sep 11, 2010 7:28 am

Hi,

I've been creating these FX Chains for some time now and I think it'd be cool to share them here with you. These are Nebula FX Chains for REAPER. They are mostly AlexB and Analog in the Box libraries (though I'll hopefully add more from other 3rd party developers in the future).

These are just single programs saved as FX Chains. I've never been pleased by Nebula's programs organization and/or usability so I thought about finding a better way to use programs easily and fast. In the past I always had problems while mixing because it was a bit hard to remember what EQ had a specific band I needed in a given moment or browse for that console Buss Group among all these programs... not anymore, I can see, insert and work instances much faster this way and hopefully some of you will also find a benefit of it. It's like having tons of different Nebulas that you can use anytime, quick and easy.

There are more than 1000 FX Chains here! Consoles and EQs, mostly (I also have FX Chains for some free libraries from 3rd party developers, if you need a specific set of Chains for a free library, please let me know).

AlexB Consoles:

Modern Black Console
Modern Tube Console
Modern White Console
Classic Logic Console
Vintage Blue Console
Vintage SideCar81 Console
Modern Logic Console

AlexB Mixing Tools:

Vintage Black eQ
Modern White eQ
Vintage 73eQ
TLeQ
Classic Logic eQ
Preamp Color Suite
Preamp Color Suite PRO

AlexB Mastering Tools:

Vintage Master eQ
Black Master eQ
Modern Tube Pre
German Mastering Console

Analog in the Box EQs:

APE Channel
Doc Fear
Mammoth EQ + Expansion
Fate EQ
Germanos EQ Series

CDSoundMaster Tapes:

R2R- The Essential Analog Tape Collection & TapeBooster+

CDSoundMaster Consoles:

Bogen MXM K93 Vintage Tube Mixer/EQ ***
The Globe Console **
Tride-N-Tru ADB **
Q8 444X EQ/Console comboNew!

CDSoundMaster Equalizers:

COOLTEC1-EQP1A3S
Focal Point 115HD
The GEQ-8300
Nice EQ
N-TEN-AT4 EQ/Channel Strip combo
COOLTEC EQP-1A3S
Siemens W295b

Rhythminmind (Signaltonoize):

RATuration
T-Res Filter
Moog 4Pole
Vintage Iron
Reverb 480
3K Reverb Rooms
Verb 5K
6K-Halls
Uni-spring

VNXT Reverbs:

EMT 140 Plate **

Hopsing EQs

NTP 182-150


**Created by ngarjuna and updated by Mercado_Negro :D
***Thanks to piperboy for creating these chains!! :D

1) Download the specific set you need
2) Decompress its contain in the REAPER FX Chain folder (I have a "Nebula" Folder with sub-folders for "Consoles", "EQ's, "Preamps", etc.)

You can now access these FX Chains by right-clicking on your tracks FX buttons or on your inserts area:

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Nebula FX Chains by right-clicking on the FX button
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Here you can watch the process in an animation:

Adding a VBeQ band...


Cheers

NOTE: All these FX Chains were created with Nebula 64-bits but they should also work with the 32-bits version (I renamed my "Nebula3CoreII64 Reverb.dll" and "Nebula3CoreII64 Reverb.xml" files to "Nebula3 Reverb.dll" and "Nebula3 Reverb.xml" so REAPER 64-bits could only detect the 64-bits version of Nebula).
Last edited by Mercado_Negro on Sun Sep 11, 2011 5:54 am, edited 26 times in total.
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Re: Nebula FX Chains for REAPER !! Quick and Easy.

Postby giancarlo » Sat Sep 11, 2010 8:15 am

all I can say: wow!
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Re: Nebula FX Chains for REAPER !! Quick and Easy.

Postby zabukowski » Sat Sep 11, 2010 10:12 am

Excellent !!! :shock:

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Postby mertayy » Sat Sep 11, 2010 10:18 am

Cool 8-)
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Re: Nebula FX Chains for REAPER !! Quick and Easy.

Postby Mercado_Negro » Sat Sep 11, 2010 6:51 pm

Thanks guys :)

I really wish I could purchase all libraries from all 3rd party developers and create these Chains for everything and share them but there are some obstacles that don't allow me to do that for now, sorry.

I just added Analog in the Box APE Channel

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Re: Nebula FX Chains for REAPER !! Quick and Easy.

Postby tumburu » Sat Sep 11, 2010 7:18 pm

Great!

This is the kind of browsing I was thinking Nebula should have.
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Postby Mplay » Sat Sep 11, 2010 8:09 pm

Awesome, thanks
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Re: Nebula FX Chains for REAPER !! Quick and Easy.

Postby piperboy » Sun Sep 12, 2010 4:26 am

Thanx sooooo much

Edit: I just tried this and what you have done is nothing short of astounding! I love Reaper AND I love Nebula... but I gotta say for me that it was easy for my ADD self to get overwhelmed in the selection process. I have been compiling a book with my collections but this is phenom!!!!!! (BTW) do you have Bogen?) You have done a great thing here!!!
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Re: Nebula FX Chains for REAPER !! Quick and Easy.

Postby giancarlo » Sun Sep 12, 2010 9:33 am

tumburu wrote:Great!

This is the kind of browsing I was thinking Nebula should have.


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Postby Vando » Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:57 pm

Hey, that looks neat! How about Cubase?
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