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Re: Library requests

Postby kels » Fri Jan 24, 2014 4:12 pm

Hello,

I'm also interested by the Compex (see the official "What would you like to see Nebulized" list is here) :

viewtopic.php?f=12&t=695&hilit=like+to+see+Nebulize&start=130

The Calrec and TNT from Tim sound fantastic and I'm eagerly waiting for the Co...ex from him :)

About AIR series, as I understood, it is the Clariphonic sampled in steps from 2 to 10. So, it's the whole beast : you are getting the EQ and the mojo (obviously).

I have a L*****n 224 but I'm constantly missing time to sample anything accurately. Have to do it as I need it for myself too.
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Re: Library requests

Postby Will The Weirdo » Sun Feb 02, 2014 6:20 am

Ok now,
Let's get serious about this.... here is what we still need.

Original Altec tube preamps
InnerTUBE Audio Atomic Squeeze Box
InnerTUBE Audio Sumthang
DW Fearn preamp and compressor
C******r Germ comp and preamp
C******r Mini mixer
C******r TG1 comp & TG2 preamp and comp
M****y SLAM
Mercury 66
Mercury EQ-P1
Mercury M72s
Requisite LM2\Pal plus MkIII compressor and preamp
Retro Sta-Level or Retro 176
S***** ***** All 3 transformer preamps and compressors
Wunder Audio Wunderbar Console
Wunder Audio PEQ2 Preamp
Wunder Audio Cobalt Pre
L*****n 960
Inward Connections TSL-4 Vac Rac
Inward Connections TSL-3
Inward Connections The Brute
Inward Connections EQP2
Inward Connections Magnum Mic Preamp
Amek 9098i console
Buzz Audio SOC-1.1
Buzz Audio MA2.2
Buzz Audio Essence
Buzz Audio Elixir
GML 8200
GML 8900
GML 9500
GML 2020
John Hardy Co. M-2 Mic Preamp
John Hardy Co. Jensen Twin Servo 990 Preamp
H******* 32 series console

This list is the holy grail list.....
Knock this list down and everything will change.
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Re: Library requests

Postby SWANG » Sun Feb 02, 2014 8:30 am

Will The Weirdo wrote:Amek 9098i console


we've got it!
http://cdsoundmaster.com/site/cds-software-online/AMK-9098-Neb.html

GML 8200


we've got it! i use it often.

http://cdsoundmaster.com/site/cds-software-online/geqneb.html

some of the others on your list may have been nebulized already as well, but these are the ones that caught my eye right off the bat. david has provided this reference for us in case you want to use it:

http://www.learndigitalaudio.com/blog/nebula-vst-universal-program-explorer
ok, bye!!!
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Re: Library requests

Postby Henry Olonga » Mon Feb 03, 2014 12:18 pm

Yes as mentioned already it has been done and yes there is a separate library that is just mojo - but the linked version of the bundle is the full library - as full as I could get anyway. Two considerations - it is not sweepable but it is ten kernels. You load each preset on it's own. The sampling was done every two dots on the hardware and with each engine separate. Not sure what a dot represents though as it isn't clear. Let's assume it is a dB as I didn't measure. Then I sampled every two dBs.
RJ has also made a tool for it and perhaps later this year I will create an update to fill in the missing dots.
Good luck with the curving bending thingy. It has so many positions I don't envy the poor soul who will sample it for nebula in full. I did do the mojo of it, a few quick mix presets and a full Q-clone library of every knob position.

Look for the girthy series on the site

That's a nice list you have there. I suspect only someone who works in a pro audio outlet, in a big studio or is rich enough to own them will be able to crack them. I can sure chip in witht he normal preamp type things. I leave eqs to the experts. No idea when but I am sure in the future you will see some offerings from me.


http://www.nebulapresets.com/?product=h ... la-192-khz

Francis1988 wrote:
Melon_Jack wrote:Henry Olonga have Clariphonic librarie.


Yes, but it's a mojo preset and not a full library. While I love his mojo presets (I have quite a bunch of them), I'd love to see a full program.
Thinking about it an ADR Compex would also be great.
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Re: Library requests

Postby Will The Weirdo » Tue Feb 04, 2014 4:29 am

Henry,
Your Air programs are fantastic! I just crushed a mix and used many of your libraries, I'm learning to appreciate your offerings more and more with each mix... Your approach is different from others but your programs just work so well.

Your eat everything bundle is the best Nebula deal around!

When will that new 57 library be up for sale?

Sorry for the above gear list, as a working pro I've been spoiled with using great gear, but this is my wish list.
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Re: Library requests

Postby mtalavera » Tue Feb 04, 2014 8:49 am

Will The Weirdo wrote:Sorry for the above gear list, as a working pro I've been spoiled with using great gear, but this is my wish list.


I don't think you have any need to apologize for your list. I for one like seeing a list like. I have never used any hardware other than my audio interface, been completely "in the box", but after purchasing Nebula and continuing to learn how to use it more and more, I can start to see why people love their hardware so much.


I have wondered why no one has sampled more 500-series gear, or maybe they have and I haven't recognized the names.
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Re: Library requests

Postby Will The Weirdo » Tue Feb 04, 2014 5:00 pm

http://www.ownhammer.com/store/index.ph ... &cPath=115

I just discovered these, I believe a few are 500 series but we should have all of them in our collections, lol.
Altec (yes!),

As for the hardware thing, Nebula really gives you the sound in the box. Regular plugins just attempt to duplicate hardware using code. They have become very good at this, but hardware is great and Nebula is the sound of hardware, that makes Nebula great.
Just think of all the money you'll save never having to buy all that hardware, lol.
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