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Postby AMIELMIX » Fri Jan 01, 2016 7:54 am

New to Nebula, what are the best libraries for Mixing?

Best Eq, Sound/performance
Best tonal shapers

Best Compressor
Best saturators
Best Reverbs

etc

thanks!
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Re: New to nebula, what are the best libraries for Mixing?

Postby davidgary73 » Fri Jan 01, 2016 8:57 am

@AMIELMIX

Here are some of my suggestions u can consider.

Best Eq, Sound/performance
1) Tim Petherick Gyrator @ http://www.timpetherick.co.uk
2) AlexB MMeQ @ http://www.alessandroboschi.eu/html/ale ... ograms.htm

Best tonal shapers. Not use if there is any. I'll let others chine in on this :)

Best Compressor
1) Cupwise Flucti-Mew @ http://www.cupwise.com/fx/
2) AlexB N54
3) Tim Petherick Sum100a v2
4) Tim Petherick Opto3a is recommended as well by many users.

Best saturators
Not sure either if there's any yet but Henry Olonga has tons of good presets you can check out @ http://www.nebulapresets.com

Best Reverbs
1) Gene Lennon verb @ http://genelennon.blogspot.my
2) VNXT 140 @ http://vnxtsound.blogspot.my
3) AITB E.A.R verb which a lot of users rave about @ http://www.analoginthebox.com

Another thing you can consider is getting some consoles.
1) AlexB MFC
2) AlexB N14
3) AlexB A16

And also looking into Acqua plugs. They are really good.

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Re: New to nebula, what are the best libraries for Mixing?

Postby jpn » Fri Jan 01, 2016 1:12 pm

You can consider also .....

Tim Petherick:

EQ:

C1061 eq
Dual Tech Tube Passive EQ
Silk EQ 259b

Comp/Lim:

U76 LIMITER V2
Cal DL1656 Limiter v2

I use it in every mix 8-)
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Re: New to nebula, what are the best libraries for Mixing?

Postby RE301 » Fri Jan 01, 2016 4:14 pm

You leave out important information that could help people suggesting libraries for you, about what kind of direction you are looking for, what your personal (or client's) taste is eg: more 'clean and modern' or more 'character / vintage'.

Do you like broad eqs or more surgical? Do you like compressors/consoles etc that impart their sonic character to the sound or do you like them to be transparent? Mechanical reverbs vs digital? Or a mix of all these possibilities?

Just like with the choices out there with high quality professional audio hardware, so it is within the nebula world...

Suggest to investigate the superb 3rd party libraries from the usual suspects like Tim Petherwick, AlexB, Cupwise, CD Soundmaster, Signal To Noize, Henry Olonga, AITB, VNXT reverbs etc..

There's so many great libraries & choices that encompass a myriad of directions/equipment design philosophies/ultra classic units you can't really go wrong with..

Nebula 3rd party developers link:

http://www.acustica-audio.com/index.php ... Itemid=165
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Re: New to nebula, what are the best libraries for Mixing?

Postby AMIELMIX » Sat Jan 02, 2016 1:11 am

Thank you guys, this looks fun!

Happy 2016 !!!! all the best
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Re: New to nebula, what are the best libraries for Mixing?

Postby RE301 » Sat Jan 02, 2016 1:30 am

And it just keeps getting better...things are accelerating fast.. you've gotten on board at a good time!
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Re: New to nebula, what are the best libraries for Mixing?

Postby cpwade » Sun Jan 03, 2016 8:17 am

RE301 wrote:And it just keeps getting better...things are accelerating fast.. you've gotten on board at a good time!


Yes indeed.
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