Hey there everyone, I failed to find anything on the forum mentioning where to place the PAN LAW nebula preset for these consoles..
Ive read some ppl place it in every channel and bus as last plugin and other only on busses... Say I place it on every channel on bus as last plugin (after the console) do I also place it on the mixbus after console as well?
Good question. I have recently been thinking about how different panners affect different songs. Is there a diffrence between the Alex B 4.5 panner and the VLZ panner? what is it diffrent? what makes it different towards the other panners ?
Keep in mind though that the Panners which come bundled with the consoles are not actual programs of the consoles pan knob. It's rather a sample of a totally unrelated analog panning device which Alex built himself and which has the same pan law as the actual console had. So there's either -4,5 or -3, but the panner bundled with the A*I is identical to the panner in the Rupert N**e console.
gurth wrote:Someone told me that it is better to not even use your faders in a daw. Use as much nebula as possible!
I don't see why anyone would tell you that. It you are used to working with a specific pan law, or even use different specific pan laws for certain things, I would think that you would be better off using the pan controls inside the DAW, for transparent functionality. I suppose if you have truly unlimited resources in your rig, unlimited time, and are really THAT hung up on the whole analog emulation, then maybe it makes sense to me. When I started my Nebula experience, I indeed was that hung up on accuracy to the point that I was losing momentum too often and less music was made. Add to that i wasn't listening as much as thinking about presets. I still use a TON of Nebula, but I have weeded out what I considered the inconsequential uses, and panners were probably first on the list!! Just my opinion though, for the record. Cheers!!