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Postby Definity » Wed Mar 28, 2012 7:00 pm

I looked in anouncments and the last update was in december and for anouncments and nov for what next, has development stopped?
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Postby woeischris » Thu Mar 29, 2012 5:23 am

The lack of updates has me worried.
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Postby musicgreator » Thu Mar 29, 2012 9:43 am

giancarlo was involved in another project. No need to worry.
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Postby Definity » Thu Apr 05, 2012 2:18 am

Oh cool, anyone know what it is? Nebula's big brother?
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Postby giancarlo » Tue Apr 10, 2012 4:02 pm

I think the product is stable enough at the moment, so we didn't upgrade it further.
Every day anyway I'm spending still a lot of time on nebula, for example supporting 3rd party developers, releasing templates, supporting new users.

Only I'm a bit sad because we didn't release for mac osx x64. I'll upgrade soon my main macbook pro to lion, in order to provide full compatibility with this OS too, so I'll be back on that topic again.
I'm actually involved on a different project but develping things I'll use in nebula project too.
I want to improve tcp communication supporting snappy data compression and thrift/protcol buffers.
I didn't find enough time for doing some music production lately too, I was too much busy :(
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Postby richie43 » Tue Apr 10, 2012 5:03 pm

giancarlo wrote:I didn't find enough time for doing some music production lately too, I was too much busy :(


As much as we love to use Nebula in our music productions, lets not forget that Giancarlo MIGHT want to make some music too.... :mrgreen: Give him a break y'all.
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Postby jus11 » Wed Apr 11, 2012 12:13 am

Well the Mac x64 version would really, really, really be needed. Please. Please please please.
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Postby RJHollins » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:47 am

To repeat ...

[latest Server version] - Win XP - 32

Graphics display with NEBULA are still an issue ...
the Numeric VALUES in the 'slider' section still get
scrambled. The display is correct in the menu gui
section ... the others are useless :|

NAT still has 2 issues.

Instant crash if main window moved BEFORE loading a
NEBULA insert.

2. The main window can NOT be spread across dual monitor
display. Was nice having the analyzer off to the
side monitor, while the main screen had NEBULA there
to be able to load libraries & make adjustments.

Enrique has asked for my NAT folder to be sent to him.
I just need to find a site that I can use to do this.
Any suggestions ?

As for 'other ideas'.

With the number of NEB's that get opened during a session.
It would be great to have a MINI display ... I mean a
REAL mini display ... this way we could have a 'rack'
on one screen with at least 4-6 NEB's on display.
Typical of a channel strip EQ, 4 bands & 2 shelves.
just an idea :)

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Postby Vando » Wed Apr 11, 2012 10:58 am

With the number of NEB's that get opened during a session.
It would be great to have a MINI display ... I mean a
REAL mini display ... this way we could have a 'rack'
on one screen with at least 4-6 NEB's on display.
Typical of a channel strip EQ, 4 bands & 2 shelves.


Yes, that would be great. Should be smaller than Tiny Machine-skin.
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Re: No more what next thread.

Postby dpclarkson » Thu Apr 12, 2012 10:32 pm

When a 64 bit release for OSX will be available,
will it be Lion compatible only?
I hope not, because my Symphony 32 isn't supported
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