Hi guys, It's not buried. Just not a priority. Please take this from my heart in the right spirit. Put simply - it will be intensive and right now I cannot do intensive for zip. I am finishing my albums in the next month and it is a tight deadline. I have worked out how I am going to do the M7 so the hardest part is over. For years I couldn't crack it but it is now nailed from a workflow perspective . My head is sorted as far as that goes. But I need to get my album out because bottom line, I am over budget and a little broke so focussing on this project isn't possible within the parameters of what Casey has allowed. I am still passionate about it so don't worry, it's not abandoned. I have warned many times that it was going to be a slow and steady project and I will repeat that here. I am afraid that is sort of the nature of free. . Perhaps don't plan any purchasing decisions or project decisions based on this release. I simply cannot give an ETA. To be blunt - if my Nebula shop was doing brisk business - I would be all over this as I would be freed up - but it isn't, so to live and pay rent and feed my kids I have to do so many other things. I think it is as simple as that surprise surprise.
Henry, I have and use you M7 verb that you posted. As a way to say thanks for all the Nebula work you've put out, at unheard of prices, I would like to offer you my mixing skills on a song for free. I'm a pro with national releases and many regional releases. Contact me PM if you are interested in a little help finishing your album.
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cehas wrote:I'd like to know what happened and why it didn't work?
IIRC, there were problems with the Bricasti's modulation in the sampling process. Henry/NAT was trying to sample the reverb, but the modulation happening in the Bricasti was making things turn out inaccurate.