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Re: AlexB - Vintage Sinth Filters

Postby CoolColJ » Wed Oct 10, 2012 5:26 am

Minimoog, Korg MS20 and another synth
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Re: AlexB - Vintage Sinth Filters

Postby javahut » Wed Oct 10, 2012 12:57 pm

I knew the Korg and the MiniMoog. I'm just curious what the "other synth" is. Is it a one off custom synth that there's only one of? Or is it a particular obscure original old synth that's been rebuilt but was available as a product at some point? Or is it a new synth that's built to an original vintage spec?

If it's not a one off total custom, I'm just curious exactly which synth it is. If there's a hidden reference to it in the name or description, I'm not hip enough with vintage synths to know what it is or figure it out.

Is it some type of old Therimin filters? Supposed to be tubes, so I don't guess it's a Yamaha SY synth?

Just curious if anyone knew. Doesn't really make a difference.
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Re: AlexB - Vintage Sinth Filters

Postby jpchartrand » Wed Oct 10, 2012 3:27 pm

I still can't get over how good the Korg filter sounds.

It's by far my favorite 3rd party library purchase so far.

Alex please make more synth stuff!!
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Re: AlexB - Vintage Sinth Filters

Postby javahut » Wed Oct 10, 2012 3:53 pm

jpchartrand wrote:I still can't get over how good the Korg filter sounds.

It's by far my favorite 3rd party library purchase so far.

Alex please make more synth stuff!!
Your description of the Korg filters is what made me buy this :D . That, and some recent Cupwise filters I got that were so friggin' cool, I couldn't help but try to get my hands on some more cool filters for Nebula.
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Re: AlexB - Vintage Sinth Filters

Postby jpchartrand » Wed Oct 10, 2012 4:59 pm

javahut wrote:
jpchartrand wrote:I still can't get over how good the Korg filter sounds.

It's by far my favorite 3rd party library purchase so far.

Alex please make more synth stuff!!
Your description of the Korg filters is what made me buy this :D . That, and some recent Cupwise filters I got that were so friggin' cool, I couldn't help but try to get my hands on some more cool filters for Nebula.


hehe I'm sure you don't regret it :) Which cupwise filters if I may ask?
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Re: AlexB - Vintage Sinth Filters

Postby javahut » Wed Oct 10, 2012 5:19 pm

jpchartrand wrote:hehe I'm sure you don't regret it :) Which cupwise filters if I may ask?
Frequency Tweakers A & B sets. What little I've tried of them I really like. Can't compare it to this VSF set, as I haven't had a chance to use this one yet. Really haven't checked out the FreqTweakers as much as I want yet either. I think they're probably two totally different "colors", so don't really need comparison.


And now I see Cupwise just released his B set of Rayphlex. Now I gotta go get that and check it out. :roll:


I'm a Nebula addict for sure now. I finally have a need (excuse) to upgrade my i7-960 to some version of the latest "super" PC :ugeek: .
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Re: AlexB - Vintage Sinth Filters

Postby jpchartrand » Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:57 pm

javahut wrote:
jpchartrand wrote:hehe I'm sure you don't regret it :) Which cupwise filters if I may ask?
Frequency Tweakers A & B sets. What little I've tried of them I really like. Can't compare it to this VSF set, as I haven't had a chance to use this one yet. Really haven't checked out the FreqTweakers as much as I want yet either. I think they're probably two totally different "colors", so don't really need comparison.


And now I see Cupwise just released his B set of Rayphlex. Now I gotta go get that and check it out. :roll:


I'm a Nebula addict for sure now. I finally have a need (excuse) to upgrade my i7-960 to some version of the latest "super" PC :ugeek: .


Man I'm so addicted to Nebula now it's not even funny...I figure by the end of 2012 I'll have bought all freakin' 3rd party libraries :|
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Re: AlexB - Vintage Sinth Filters

Postby CoolColJ » Wed Oct 17, 2012 1:43 am

Does anyone know how to assign the internal LFOs to the cutoff of these filter programs?

I have the LFO setup, but where in Nebula do you assign them?! :?
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Re: AlexB - Vintage Sinth Filters

Postby CoolColJ » Wed Oct 17, 2012 2:36 am

I filtered a Roland Jupiter 8 line I recorded a while back with the "The Drop", modelled Korg MS20 filter VST plugin

http://205.196.120.201/yrya3v0dvvig/dvv ... heDrop.mp3

Then I ran it through the Nebula VSF Korg MS20 Line amp program - saturation left at 0 - hmmm creamier, fatter and warmer 8-)

http://199.91.152.80/fgfav4kdbmag/kmc7n ... Nebula.mp3
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Re: AlexB - Vintage Sinth Filters

Postby jpchartrand » Wed Oct 17, 2012 4:25 pm

I said it before and I'll say it again...the Korg filter from AlexB is my favorite Nebula so far.

Have you bought the other filters? Any feedback/comparisons?
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