mordecainyc wrote:I'm willing to go out on a limb and say this is the best tape program for Nebula yet.
Just put two instances of the 30 ips demo on your masterbus. Exactly what I've always been looking for.
Two instances huh, interesting. Could cover the mix/mastering tape pass in one go .
nino wrote:Great looking forward to try Nagra, hey Eric do you have some special price for previous customers?
Not planing to go that route at this time. I've taken the digital distribution/lowest flat rate for everyone approach. Thats not to say I won't have limited "sales/promotions" at some point if a situation/product calls for it.
surbitone wrote:I'm sure rent in L.A isn't particularly cheap either; if it's anything like London,
Rent is ridiculous for sure. As it is in most metropolises. Unfortunate cycle, you deal with crazy rent but on the flip side your able to work in an the industry of your choosing.
RJHollins wrote:Checked out the demo on this ... this will be a nice addition to the R2R Library.
Although I haven't studied EVERY R2R tape, the NAG does add a nice new character to the arsenal.
I'm buying it, also, to support the dev ... many hours go into these, and for $15 ... much less than the cost of a reel of tape.
Thanks for the support.
Mimi wrote:This machine is manufacturing Switzerland, is not ? You were the Indiana Jones, to find this relic.
Yep, Swiss made. They know tape It's a highly praised deck. Hard to find but a large handful in use for mastering work.
Unbelivable!!! Althoug I´m pretty happy with R2r from cdsoundmaster, this is anice adittion for two buss. The main options in R2R are the otari and revox, wich are grrrreat! But I think Nag and 810 are a step above. Nice, nice work!! By the way, I use these libraries in conjunction with TB+ and VTM so I don´t touch the drive knob and set it as it comes.
tbentley wrote:I was working about the gain when using this libary. If its at -10 is that -10 VU or no peaks about -10. Also can you just gain the volume down to 10 db and add 10 db after applying tape?
-10 represents the calibration level for the tape at 0VU. It's perfectly fine to drive peaks over -10. I recommend The -10 program for most ITB users that like to mix with peaks @ or near 0DBFS. 0DBFS peaks will be driving the tape +10 over 0VU. This is a good drive amount for most tasks. A very musical amount of color. With that in mind, if your for example processing a heavily compressed source or anything that lives well above 0VU you might need to back off the input. In reality it's hard to go wrong. You only need to turn down the input if your hearing more distortion then you would like or if you have a source that is ridiculously hot. Long story short if it sounds good it is good.