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Re: econo and normal -- which is which?

Postby victims » Fri Dec 24, 2010 11:45 am

arrangeit wrote:
enriquesilveti wrote:If your see STEREO, Nebula is in Stereo mode. If you see MOMO-L, Nebula process L signal with L kernels and R signal with L kernels.


edbilleaud wrote:I recently found out it is the same with mono L and stereo, i.e. when it says mono you are in stereo, and vice versa.



So...which is it...now I am confused... :?: :?: :?:


ditto... :?
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Re: econo and normal -- which is which?

Postby enriquesilveti » Fri Dec 24, 2010 2:50 pm

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If your see STEREO, Nebula is in Stereo mode. If you see MOMO-L, Nebula process L signal with L kernels and R signal with L kernels.
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Re: econo and normal -- which is which?

Postby faun2500 » Sun Feb 20, 2011 4:10 pm

Yes, this is stupid!

I've saved all my bloody presets in ECO because I have switched it to NORM (thinking it was normal processing)and now I have to go back through them all! :evil:

Sorry but this is just backwards! The setting should say what is being processed. If in economy mode it should say economy. Even a simple 'ON' after 'OFF' norm or eco would make it clear. For example 'ECO On' or 'Norm Off' or whatever.

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Re: econo and normal -- which is which?

Postby CoolColJ » Wed Sep 21, 2011 3:34 am

LOL this was confusing me too.... :?
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Re: econo and normal -- which is which?

Postby cpwade » Wed Sep 21, 2011 5:53 am

Counterintuitive yes.

I just wish I could order pizza on line through neb via an additional drop down menu.

eh. sorry. :mrgreen:
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Re: econo and normal -- which is which?

Postby Cupwise » Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:38 am

enriquesilveti wrote:
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If your see STEREO, Nebula is in Stereo mode. If you see MOMO-L, Nebula process L signal with L kernels and R signal with L kernels.


enrique are you maybe getting this backwards? i thought all nebula parameters like that worked where what you see is the opposite of what you have?

-one thing to anyone paranoid that they aren't getting the right result they want, you should have vst analyser. it's easy to grab, to load, to figure out, it takes a second to load nebula and check the results. it helps you get familiar with what is going on. you can use it to see which give you stereo and which mono, for example...
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Re: econo and normal -- which is which?

Postby giancarlo » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:31 am

YOU SEE ALWAYS what you would get if you push it. Eg you see "bypass" because you go in bypass mode if you push the button. Eg a OK button: you push OK if you want to do something. They are simply buttons
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Re: econo and normal -- which is which?

Postby CoolColJ » Wed Sep 21, 2011 12:21 pm

But in this case, bypass would remain shown, but highlighted :)

So, it should show Economic, but when pressed highlighted
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Re: econo and normal -- which is which?

Postby giancarlo » Wed Sep 21, 2011 2:34 pm

CoolColJ wrote:But in this case, bypass would remain shown, but highlighted :)

So, it should show Economic, but when pressed highlighted


no. If you push Bypass you read "Process". It means you should push it for "Process" again.
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Re: econo and normal -- which is which?

Postby CoolColJ » Wed Sep 21, 2011 2:46 pm

giancarlo wrote:
CoolColJ wrote:But in this case, bypass would remain shown, but highlighted :)

So, it should show Economic, but when pressed highlighted


no. If you push Bypass you read "Process". It means you should push it for "Process" again.


Yes in Nebula, but if it was done properly like in other gear/software, it would be as I described :)
That's what I'm used to.


Bypass would be the option, once you activate the button, it would be highlighted - that's what I'm used to, and that's how it's done with other software and hardware. All DAWs etc
Wavelab works exacly as I described
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