This is going to sound silly, especially with all of my analog experience, but where in a Nebula chain does one put just a transformer preset? I have my thoughts on it, but I am curious as to what other Nebula users think. I actually already purchased both of these; I always buy Rhythminmind's stuff without even trying the demos. It's always very cool, great sounding, and useful. And I have already found awesome uses for the presets. But if I wanted to remain "realistic" with an emulated analog signal path, how would these best be used? Thanks.
Well being nebula these can be used at any stage. In the hardware world the "A" is used almost always 1st in the chain. (312 mic pre). The N is used all over the place, the 1272 output stage is found in everything from the mic pre to compressors.
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rhythminmind wrote:Well being nebula these can be used at any stage. In the hardware world the "A" is used almost always 1st in the chain. (312 mic pre). The N is used all over the place, the 1272 output stage is found in everything from the mic pre to compressors.
Thanks. That's what I thought. And it's cool that since it's Nebula, things can be put wherever the ears say so! But it's fun to try to keep it realistic sometimes, just as an experiment even!
sneaky wrote:...there goes my cap on neb presets ...
I always buy Rhythminmind's stuff without even trying the demos
... ridiculous: me too  got it. Has anyone else been saved from impulse buying alexb libraries because his ordering process is so slow?
I actually got saved due to a long thread based on his no comp demos. I was a nebaholic, but now I have cut out buying "just because". I still check every day, and if something different came up I'll buy (fairchild) maybe, but there are only so many different slots to insert effects, after that it's just overkill. I am happy with my mix, and mastering chain now so I'm breaking the habit like linkin park.
I don't really buy EVERYTHING from every developer. I was partly just being supportive, not a blind consumer! But when I like the unit that has been sampled and it's from an awesome developer, I have never bothered with demos and have never been disappointed. When CDSM came out with the new TubeBooster, I knew that it would be great (and it is, in my opinion). I hold Rhythminmind in the same high regard that I trust their work. That's really what I meant. And I agree that it can get crazy just adding libraries; it get's to the point that too many tools can slow down the work.