I'm kinda new with nebula. I just bought CLC console emulation and i don't understand exactly how it should be used. So i'll rather ask :
1. The manual says: "Just insert one instance of Nebula as first plugin in your tracks choosing the “Console Input Channel” that you prefer"
---> what does this mean ? To put only one nebula with “Console Input Channel” on first mixing track or to put it on every track that i mix (or submixbusses(like guitar, drums, ...)) ???
2. The manual says: "Insert in every buss-group one "Console Buss Group" to your taste and insert one "Console Buss Out" on the mixbuss."
---> What is meant with "insert one "Console Buss Out" on the mixbuss." .....should i put just one "Console Buss Out" on my final mastering bus or on every track that i mix (or submixbusses(like guitar, drums, ...)) ???
Sometimes I start by colouring a single channel with a preamp,then
on every channel insert a line from nebula as if the outputs of your interface are going into the line inputs of a mixer
master buss is just the stereo output of the mixer ,so insert one of those on your master.
group busses can be used for things like drum kits (still using line ins on every channel before using a group ),set up a group channel in your daw then send the drums to this group,then add a buss group from nebula.This will help glue the kit back together.This is very subtle but works well by rounding things off.
I find that the line in's and master has the greatest affect in a project.If using all of these to simulate a mixer it will have a very big affect,not really worth it if you just say use a line in on one channel only.
If using all of these at the same time with big projects you may run out of ram or cpu power.