ngarjuna wrote:For me, the chaining potential of REAPER is a huge feature for a Nebula heavy user like myself. It not only saves instances but also the entire plugin state. It seems like the kind of FX handling feature any host should have.
I hate proselytism but ... Reaper is reaaaally the sh%^&t at least on a composer/producer point of view (you know what...even for mix and mastering engineers). We all know (almost )that sound-wise all DAW are the same but functionality-wise Reaper is unbeatable and as a lot of us, I had try a lot of them...
Henry,I just have an inspiration while rendering and I don't know what it worth but : Just for chaining purposes : Download Reaper and rewire it (hope that Sonar do it) and see if you can use it as a big ass super chainer.
If it change your life FOREVER,you owe me one of your nice Nebula preset .
Hmm - interesting - I have reaper here but am too used to Sonar. Maybe worth a shot. I always found reaper to be amazingly stable and responsive.Almost all the nebula presets I have made are free. I will post the others I have been working on on my blog soon. I don't have the time to sample properly or support so I will just offer them for free.
H, Stick to Sonar if it does what you need and most importantly if you're used to it. To create a chain in Reaper there's no learning curve.Open the FXs you need and chain them in whatever order you need.You can change the order anytime.Click on FX/"save Fx chain" ad you're done.
Now you need to find a way to rewire your tracks in Sonar and Reaper, do a little research on Reaper's forum or ask Reaper's gurus like Mercado Negro for a little help.I can't help you for that part. Good luck.
h-man wrote:Hmm - interesting - I have reaper here but am too used to Sonar. Maybe worth a shot. I always found reaper to be amazingly stable and responsive.Almost all the nebula presets I have made are free. I will post the others I have been working on on my blog soon. I don't have the time to sample properly or support so I will just offer them for free.
Me too an old Sonar user who found reaper pretty good for nebula mixing.
No automation latency + FX instance renaming + FX chain for loading multiple nebula instances at once.
listening to the audio there is a difference. You must have good speakers and a spec to like span or Gliss eq to see and you must use Wavelab/sound forge or a program like it. Before i start they have user manuals that you can see the spec. Here is what i came up with.
VBCVnt- The bass is lower that the rest Conlogic Punch- highs gone a little VBCC- Bass Gone Vanilla- Bass Heavy Con White- Bass Heavy White Clean- Superbass Trid- highs and lows was good but it sounded compressed Logic clean- highs gone Globe- High Highs to me the CLC and CBM where just about the same so if i had to pick it would be the S*L or A*I you can go wrong
If you cant tell, listen to the White Clean and VBVvnt or the Globe and the Logic Clean If i missed one sorry