Wow, no: WOW! I just tried it on a real subtle delicate jazz recording i'm mixing at the moment, and this EQ is just the best for "staging" i've ever heard. Instruments shift to the fore- or background with just little subtracting or adding specific frequencies... 3D at its best, like it's supposed to be, I might say - but we've almost lost the sense for this application of "Equalising" in the recent years. Thanks Acusticaudio and thanks analoginthebox!!!!
oh how i loved the demo version of the programs, it loaded in 1 second. now i have to wait for the conversion for 7 seconds on each instance. Is there an option finally to convert all programs to a same sample rate? if its only in nebula3 im willing to upgrade just for that.
this eq sound sounds brilliant in every range, i have boosted the hell out of a snare at 5khz and it still didnt sound like its being raped. Propably the broad shape of the bands, dunno, but it works.
Just had my first play with the Mammoth this evening - wow. I definitely agree with the earlier comments about "3D-ness" and smoothness. Having put a few instances across some of my buses I'm really hearing a front-to-back depth of field improvement. Brilliant!!
Bought it today and i must say this one is so unbelievably good it's scary. Brilliant stuff!! Even my girlfriend could hear the difference in quality and detail if adding 6DB at 10K with this program or adding about the same with lets say some generic EQ VST (they all sound roughly the same in my ears anyway.. :S)
If i wouldn't have to slap on a nebula instance for every band (lo, lomid, himid, hi) i would be a happy camper. If you guys could fix up something cool, standalone with the acqua-thingie. Select freq. per band, gain in dB's, Q and shelf. Maybe a graph of the EQ curve or something. The current generation of computers could run quite a few of these bad-a**-plugins and i wouldn't use any other eq anymore period. Lovely!
Nebula rocks! Mammoth, R2R and some signaltonoise reverbs really are a big step up for the stuff I'm doing at home. Hoping to release an album early next year, probably only using nebula and may be some native software compressor here and there.