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Postby russianpolecat » Mon Dec 08, 2014 8:02 pm

Hi, apologies if somebody has already asked this but I was wondering about Neb 4 and existing libraries. I don't mean in terms of compatibility, I'm thinking more in terms of sounds etc. obviously things sound great as is, but other than obvious leaps forward in terms of compression, will there be anything else in Neb 4 technology wise whereby dev's will need to update libraries to take full advantage of the new technology/version?

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P.S. mods please merge this thread or whatever if this has already been covered - thanks!
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Re: Neb 4 and 3rd party libraries

Postby Support » Tue Dec 09, 2014 12:44 pm

Nebula4 is CORE5 with multiload feature and Nebula3 Server is CORE5 without multiload feature. You need multiload feature for compression behavior as in Titanium Acqua Effect plug-in.

Acqua Effect plug-ins are Nebula4 Libraries and old 3rd party compressors can be re-deconvolved (but not all) with new NAT compression sampling features to update it and re-lunch a compatible version for Nebula4.
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Re: Neb 4 and 3rd party libraries

Postby kylen » Tue Dec 09, 2014 2:16 pm

I'm curious about this also, especially with EQ's and band overlap/interaction?
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Re: Neb 4 and 3rd party libraries

Postby Support » Tue Dec 09, 2014 2:39 pm

kylen wrote:I'm curious about this also, especially with EQ's and band overlap/interaction?


I don't understand the question.
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Re: Neb 4 and 3rd party libraries

Postby kylen » Tue Dec 09, 2014 3:28 pm

Enrique - I assume I can put a few bands of a current nebula eq preset into Nebula4 and the bands should overlap. The same as if I used 2 or 3 Nebula instances loaded with bands 160Hz, 200Hz, 250Hz for example. I was wondering if Nebula4 would bring any band interaction (summing) or would the EQ need to be re-sampled specifically for band interaction? Maybe I've got it wrong (sampling technique), I think someone else already asked this now that I think of it. :)
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Re: Neb 4 and 3rd party libraries

Postby russianpolecat » Tue Dec 09, 2014 3:30 pm

So, the only real difference will be related to compressor behaviour? Thanks, just wanted to confirm that.

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