Forward momentum is what we all want, so not to suggest that a debug is not welcomed, I must point out that I believe the issue here is Ardour, not Nebula. Neb Server OSX 64 could potentially be a higher priority? Just a thought.
I might be the only one using Nebula in H******* Mixbus.? I have a big problem with it, when I load an VNXT reverb to Nebula and push play the audio slow's down and start some kind of a clicking noise. I don't know why? When I tried the same thing for first time after installing NEBULA it worked, but after that when I start my DAW the plugin is useless. With MAMMOTH EQ id does the opposite, it's like fast forwarding while trying to just push play..?
On the other hand the same AU-plugin works like a charm in REAPER, so maybe it's time to make a change to my workflow..
Can you (or someone) explain how you use Nebula in H******* mixbus? Is there a possibility to use the GUI of H******* mixbus and have the Nebula as the "engine" making the superior sound - or what is the "thing" with H******* mixbus?
I bought it. The sound is awesome and to hell with the nay sayers. It's a great finalizer. I don't use neb with it. And I sure don't try and mix /edit with it. Yikes. (although adour 3 is about to surface)
I go from:
PT10 (tracking. -Because of my legacy hardware, 24 I/O yum!) Logic (arrange and sculpt song)
PT10 Mix -apply Neb console, preamps, tape et al (color) off line in Audio Suite via Nomad Magma VST bridge, then some to active track during mix down (can't batch an eq) via fxpansion VST to RTAS. (I really want Vienna Ensemble Pro.. drool)
Note: Nomad Magma. The plugs are terrible but the bridge is amazing, VST to RTAS and AS in a heartbeat. Killer. I use the demo , it gives 30 minutes before it starts muting and that's enough time to render off line 120 tracks of nebula love) Don't forget to save as the demo won't.
H******* Mixbus finalize- comp, light limit, side chain, parallel process, eq touches, bounce out. (like running through hardware at the end-a sweetener) Don't try and load NEB in HMB, at this stage, according to this sequence, you won't need it and should be done with that part. Besides, it will crash.
PT10 (premaster) multiband (McDSP) if needed, Oxford limit, dither.
Best wishes and have fun.
Note: Ben Loftis and his team are good people. Whatever they have done here is magic. The skepticism come from /about Ardour. That's ok to feel that way. You have to respect the vision.