I'll definitely be back with more but since I'm doing full-time work at the moment I may charge a small amount for the new programs (price levels akin to Vnxt and Rhythminmind).
I actually tested Giancarlos' improved Nat and Compression templates and the results are extremely good. The timings are much closer to the harware unit than before.
"Nuke" also sounds great. Some of the over-the-top harmonic distortion is missing but the pumping, "sucking" effect is there and again the timings are much, much better. Stellar job Giancarlo !
On a personal level I hope that Rhythminmind redoes his Vari Mu as I really, really like that program and am sure that it would become a fantastic tool for the masterbus.
About variable attack and release I'm still undecided about that one. The way I see it you're asking Nebula to interpret those functions much like interpolated eq programs. I never use those as in my opinion you are straying too far from the specs of the original. If on the other hand you could have stepped attack and release I'd chose that option every time (Must ask Giancarlo if that could be implemented)
lordnielson wrote: "Nuke" also sounds great. Some of the over-the-top harmonic distortion is missing but the pumping, "sucking" effect is there and again the timings are much, much better. Stellar job Giancarlo !
Yep cant wait. The harmonic need micro kernels though right? The sooner these are added the sooner Nebula will dominate saturation