@ Jordi: I'm not sure if I understand you 100%, but in Reaper (and I guess in other DAWs as well) you can choose a preset from a plugin and make that the default setting - so that when you for example open a delay plugin it will always load a certain preset.
Reaper has even a much more powerful way and that is making a chain. You just load the plugins you want on for example a vocal track and save those plugins with a name (name of the chain). So when you're mixing another song you can just load the chain - and boom, then Reaper has loaded all those plugins in one go, with all the presets you chose.
RjJollins and thomansd Thank you for your answers, I have achieved what I wanted to thank you. Only we still doubt the setup program, and I meant what I answered dagovitsj probably would not have explained very well! Thanks for trying to help me dagovitsj.
What I tried to say is if you changed you or a parameter within the .xml file when you create a new .vst with nebulasetups. I mean Nebula parameter tweaks. I said before the 2014 buffer mixture as such because this value Reaper (DAW), but tb wanted to know about the other values that affect nebula when mixing and thus lowering the weight of the CPU.
We try to understand it with a screenshot of video to see if I can upload it.
@ Jordi: Thanks! Agree with RJHollins, probably faster and better to just contact ZAB directly.
Just a quick tip: Yes, you can use Parameter tweaks. When I made my CUDA reverb setups I used this tweak: 1) Choose DSPBUFFER - Internal buffer size (from drop down list) Type: 8192, then OK. 2) I reckon you will use either 1024 or 2048? 3) In the xml file I get <DSPBUFFER> 8192 </DSPBUFFER>
Thanks for the answers and forgive me if it was not the place to ask it. But as we were talking about Agent skins and make the products of Tim, I related the two concepts. In addition, when interacting with presets tim JPN skins, I realized with Nebulasetups2, and looked so out of place to ask it now. Also, I apologize if someone has offended.
Just when you were trying to find out if the preset (library with skin) could to change any parameter of .xml, nothing more. I like Tim or we could give a good solution to work slightly more within our system.
Just a quick praise for those who are still in doubt getting a "clean" Nebula EQ: 2 weeks ago I recorded in a fantastic studio, which was equipped (among others) with the original. Now, back home, I have to say: the Nebula version sounds "better" than its analogue counterpart. More usable, more defined, just spot on, as you would expect it. It's used in all my new mixes, sometimes just for attenuating some 2dB's here and there. Not to mention the high shelf: absolutely beautiful! Thanks, Tim, for this gem!