GML Model 2030 for Nebula?

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GML Model 2030 for Nebula?

Postby fradoca » Wed Apr 24, 2013 12:55 pm

any chance to have the Massenbuerg GML Model 2030
as a mastering dynamic library for nebula?

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Re: GML Model 2030 for Nebula?

Postby Cupwise » Thu Apr 25, 2013 11:49 pm

it's too complex, and a lot of those controls currently have no way to be recreated in nebula

several updates would have to be made to nebula itself before a dev could even approach something like that

i mean, it could be sampled but depending on which settings were used with the comp, the resulting program may or may not be remotely accurate to the hardware
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Re: GML Model 2030 for Nebula?

Postby Henry Olonga » Tue Apr 30, 2013 12:04 pm

If Tim thinks it may be too complex he knows what he is talking about as he really is the comp man at the moment IMHO. GML is all about transparency and control on a very precise level.
A plugin may get you there easier no? I think this guy may get you close to the performance you may desire.


I have never bought from them nor can I vouch for them as a company but it seems pretty cool for 99 big ones.
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Re: GML Model 2030 for Nebula?

Postby yr » Wed May 01, 2013 9:56 am

I think that even for "simpler" presets like preamps, very clean units are difficult to sample accurately. The reason is that NAT isn't that accurate below a certain level of harmonic distortion. When deconvolving a clean (unprocessed) test-tone, for instance, I end up with a preset that has 0.002% thd, which is already higher then many modern preamps.
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