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RE: Tip #9

Postby woeischris » Tue Jan 04, 2011 6:58 am

So when should we use Split-H, when should we use Classic? In Classic, I assume we want TIMED since it is somehow better than FREQD? Sorry if this is explained in that post. If it is, I definitely didn't understand it.
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Re: RE: Tip #9

Postby enriquesilveti » Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:53 am

You are talking about better sound vs performance. Now you have the tools and knowledge, Nebula hybrid engine and you ears.

You can use a small value of TIMED, for example 2.2 ms and then complete the kernel with FREQD. BUT remember that almost every commercial library is already optimized for give the best relationship between sound and performance.

The idea behind Nebula tip #9 is to explain Nebula user how Nebula hybrid engine, FREQD and TIMED algorithm works.
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Re: RE: Tip #9

Postby futur2 » Tue Jan 04, 2011 3:30 pm

tell you something, all this tweaking is bullshit, nebula should just work (and so it does except for some minor issues) :!:
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Re: RE: Tip #9

Postby enriquesilveti » Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:13 pm

tell you something, all this tweaking is bullshit


Yes. WE ARE NOT PROMOTING USERS TO TWEAK EVERYTHING. We are just explaining how COREII works, you pay €39 more for it.

BUT remember that almost every commercial library is already optimized for give the best relationship between sound and performance.
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Re: RE: Tip #9

Postby giancarlo » Wed Jan 05, 2011 3:21 am

well, the tip is useful but I think it could be misleading for a newbie. The purpose was just suggesting a possible tuning; anyway this is more a setting for "gurus". In future nebula releases we'll hide almost all parameters (even the kern page for reverbs, but you could revert to old nebula mode)
I never tweaked anything in my 2000 presets library, I just select a preset and I use it "as is", or I select a different one. I think the PROG page togheter with a quick mouse preset select mode would be enough for everyone
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Re: RE: Tip #9

Postby futur2 » Wed Jan 05, 2011 4:50 am

giancarlo wrote:well, the tip is useful but I think it could be misleading for a newbie. The purpose was just suggesting a possible tuning; anyway this is more a setting for "gurus". In future nebula releases we'll hide almost all parameters (even the kern page for reverbs, but you could revert to old nebula mode)
I never tweaked anything in my 2000 presets library, I just select a preset and I use it "as is", or I select a different one. I think the PROG page togheter with a quick mouse preset select mode would be enough for everyone


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Re: RE: Tip #9

Postby elam » Sun Jan 09, 2011 6:24 am

+ 10000000.
I'm using rendering time to browse the forum and refresh my ears.


Giancarlo wrote:I never tweaked anything in my 2000 presets library, I just select a preset and I use it "as is", or I select a different one

Listen to the originu ! The man behind it !
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