If you get very unmusical pumping result, you must have the wrong settings as I did.
Thank timp for the help.
<DSPBUFFER> 512 </DSPBUFFER> must be over 512 ms, the default 128ms lead to weird dynamics for me.
And use nebula 3 dll with Core II r1.2 engine. (Core 3 Server edition sounds a bit different)
You might want to create another nebula dll for this library alone. Manually edit the nebula xml for DSPBUFFER. And <AHEADLENGTH> 975 </AHEADLENGTH> seems a very good starting point. Do not hit "SAVE" in nebula MAST page since the value saved is not as accurate as manual editing.
Timp will provide more thorough guide or example files later.
The TNT Lim Peak should react as you expect - a peak limiter.
Basically if you have tweaked your nebula.dll before you can reinstall with the original setup from acustica ...... On the master page you should have prog rate 2.0 offset 1.5 and buffer set to 512. The reason the ahead needs to be set to 1.0ms is because inside the preset its set to around 0.750 ms. If you load one of my presets and the ahead on the master page is under this value, it will not work properly and transients will not be captured.
Interesting stuff vicnestE. Hey Tim, Do you have an opinion about vicnestE's suggestion to use the CoreII as opposed to the CoreIII? I never even considered reinstalling the "older" version since the server was an "upgrade". I am curious as to what he is hearing, especially if you the dev never even worked with the CoreII while developing it. Did you? And for the record, I am not insinuating anything, I am truly curious about this stuff. My 48 year old seasoned analog ears are blown away on a daily basis by Nebula technology, there are always so many possibilities.