richie43 wrote:But I thought with Nebula the menu item in the kern page that is shown is what is not loaded (like it is in stereo when it says mono, etc). How can a person test for whether it is actually in mono or stereo?
yeah that's true. if you go to kern page and see where it says 'stereo', that's showing you that if you click that, it will switch to stereo mode. then it will say mono. sorry if i got it backwards, but i think that's what i said. anyway so basically you want it to say 'mono' there, and you could double check by loading the program into vst analyser and seeing the separate (but very close, so you'll have to zoom in) responses for each channel.
I just looked at a few that have specific stereo and mono presets (Alex B Pooltec, for one) and I am right...if the preset is in stereo, the setting will say mono...ha ha, Nebula is funny. So your compressor Cupwise is not wrong, it is correct.
richie43 wrote:Your compressor presets say mono in that setting...which means it is in stereo. ha!
wow really, that's what you're seeing there? hmm. yeah someone pointed this out to me and i went and looked and i saw that my set were in mono. haha, maybe i fixed them and uploaded a fixed batch to my server and forgot i did that? wow. hah or maybe i'm just going crazy and hallucinated the whole thing, totally possible. hmm, if that's the case (that i uploaded a fixed set already) this could still apply to people who bought before i did that.. if i did that. anyone concerned can go check for themselves. as stated it should say mono on the kern page. but either way i think i will release an update soon because i've spotted a few things i want to do. and the update will definitely include stereo programs..
I just downloaded from the website, and the n2p's I got have not been "fixed" yet.... I thought that you said you uploaded some...? I changed them manually, but wanted to let you know...maybe you have lost it.....