Working on just the brass at the moment as we speak so no worries. Its about tones so they should translate well irrespective if genre. Taken note of your descriptions as well.
garyk_123 wrote:Sorry about that H-Man!
If you don't mind me saying, what could be useful to us working in pop/rnb would be brass sections, especially stabs and hits. I say this because this might be quicker to produce for the NV series? Plenty to cover with sections covering bright, mellow, rich, thin, loose, tight, compressed, big band etc.
I've bought so many of your new programs at once that there isn't room here to comment on them all. Let me just say, Henry, that you have a remarkable ear and that your dedicated instrument programs are very well thought out. There seems to be one for most any situation that could arise. Very impressive. Great work! Also loving the last two tape sim machines. Thanks for all your hard work and generosity!
A very very generous discount Henry. My only complaint (lol!) is that since I buy them as soon as you release them, there aren't enough of them for me to buy to qualify for the discount! I guess I need to not be so enthusiastic when you release things.... No worries, your prices are already so fair that I am not upset. Cheers!
I am always keen to give personal discounts and freebies to former loyal customers. Ask and you will receive - I know that times are tough for everyone and I am happy to help. Once my inventory gets to a certain size - perhaps over a hundred packages - I will reward all the loyal customers like yourself with something special as well.
As I said, I'm not even asking! I feel like we Nebula users have already gotten our discount when we purchase your libraries at what you call full price- your prices are ALMOST a give away Henry! Thanks for the Brassinator. I have been working with more and more brass lately (both real and vsti) and this is amazingly timely! I am already downloading (purchased version- I never bother with demos from you, I already know that it will be great!).
Wow Henry. You work fast. And I refuse to buy at a discount! You have earned this money and you're helping orphans too?
I've already got my download and will be running it through its paces soon. Probably with your soloist pre. Actually I had a BG9 once and I see how it could be a nice front end although I never used it that way.
I love Nebula, but I have to say that your libraries in particular have made me feel as excited as when I first played a Korg M1 back in the day. Somewhat naively of course, I thought I had 'arrived'. Priceless!