That's exactly why i wrote my previeus post, guessing on how to improof nebula instead of other discussion! Let's discouss the nature of nebula and collecting ideas on how to improof it's dynamic behavour, that's the only chance we have, getting a working nebula-compressor sooner!!!
AlexB wrote:Mmmmhhh I don't understand all these sterile polemics about the library when on the market there are expensive plugin which sound like crap and some libraries which have a sound really far to the hardware... We have the demo, so if you don't like it... It seems that some people works for plugin factories moving a marketing war Unfortunately I not stop myself, since a lot of guys know that the issue isn't in the library but in the nebula engine, and also know well how to use these programs So the FENIX will come the next week Pace
I second what Alex said. Everyone can think whatever they want, but he's right in my opinion. Buy it or don't. It is what it is and it sounds great to me.
lipa wrote:As to 76D.. yes it`s not accurate in ultra fast attack and slamming.. but that doesn`t worry me.. regular plugins will squash audio just fine if I need it.. nebula comps have that smell of hardware that I love..
Do you guys find you get better results by using cleaner plugins/hardware (ie: T******h CL1B) and then add Nebula compressor flavor (ie:Alex's 1176), or just use a compressor built for fast attack/crushing/slamming (ie: CLA 1176 blue or black stripe) and then Nebula Flavor, or just use the fast attack compressor by itself?
clasam wrote:Do you guys find you get better results by using cleaner plugins/hardware (ie: T******h CL1B) and then add Nebula compressor flavor (ie:Alex's 1176), or just use a compressor built for fast attack/crushing/slamming (ie: CLA 1176 blue or black stripe) and then Nebula Flavor, or just use the fast attack compressor by itself?
Well, CL1B etc. have some character.. I usually put Nebula first and then some completely clean digital compressor, like Flux PureComp, which has several auto settings (ratio, release), so it makes the combo VERY versatile.
Still, I'd like to see Nebula handling the whole process properly, so I'd get the actual attack & release times of the original hardware.
Yes an API2500 !! I cannot think of a better developer for the job a 10k 96kHz versions please. I will buy it immediately upon release. Alex brings the quality. Cannot wait for it. I generally use the comps for the overall sonic vibe for the signal and tend not to compress. I use actual analogue or other software for this work, always keep perspective. Nebula €139, programs = not expensive, some good wine or a few beers??? We can all want for better but come on people getting exact copy for nearly nothing of $30,000.00 of hardware is not realistic.Please make the 2500 with all your hard work and love Alex.