Same here, would love to know more about the Klaritizer. If i understand correctly, the mojo versions are just the preamp section (the frequency response) and not the actual effect of a machine...or am i mistaken?
You will be pleased to hear that the the actual settings were sampled as well but it is all about finding time to assemble these packs.
First I have released the mojo and then I will have 8 packs of the boosts. No overlapping bands I am afraid (that would take forever) but you will get the settings in steps. Every two dots on the hardware.
If you look at the box you will see 8 positions - these were sampled individually so it's a patience game really. I may change the name of the individual products on release - just so you know. .And it probably will not be a product listed in my store so it is a custom special request item at this stage.I don't know yet - thinking about it - but it will be easy to get. H
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That's super awesome news. I'm in and i will surely look forward in purchasing it once you have anounce it here.
Also, would the mojo set work in tamdem with you 8 pack boost or the 8 pack boost will do all the mojo it needs? Sorry for the questions as i'm really interested in more of your product since i have purchased a few recently.
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Sorry David - I had edited my last post as you typed. The individual samplings will not need to work with the mojo presets I wouldn't think. The best way to work with it may be to use them in parallel in a bus to emulate what the hardware does and mix to taste. Haven't tested yet so will confirm when it's up and running.
Don't have a date either but will release one by one as I did with the Tape sim. Perhaps I will expedite it on my list of things to do.
Hi Guys, It has been a while since I offered something for free so apologies for that but in keeping with the spirit of the season - this is for customers with the commercial version of Nebula unfortunately. It is the DI section from the transparent G-20 family and it will give your audio that expensive sound with no effort. It is in stereo and is good enough for Mastering, track and master bus duties. It is about a 20 MB download. Good enough for Master Bus duties. I will do a series using it in the future. This is for the jazz and acoustic music guys. You can feel around the instruments. You will be disappointed when you press bypass. Good quality this. Check the free stuff categories section
Also - I have released my new series starting today - it is called AIR and will include 8 parts to the series. Part one is released today.
Next week I begin the roll out of the sample rate upgrades for the remaining libraries that do not support all rates.
Ignore driving the input - there is little in the way of distortion. Load it and either use it in the FX bin or in parallel on a BUS send. I guess I find using it on the track itself is fine so up to you.
I am also beginning my CUSTOM preset and CUSTOM Remote Processing service as well for those who want a more bespoke approach to their presets or audio file processing. This will be a hands on collaboration with me to get presets that work for you in your context.
Just purchased & downloaded the 'Girthy EQ' with the Q-Clone pak.
Question ... the Q-Clone pak contains 2 identical looking folders, with the only distinction being one called X1, and the other called X1.5 . What does this mean ?
... also, not quite sure the meaning of 'girthy' However, I did drop by a certain website and happened across a CB manual that seemed 'interesting'
Thanks for any clarification.
Oh, thirdly ...
Might you be familiar with a preamp, 'QES SMP-2' ? I'd read some interesting reviews and shootouts on it. It is a 'stereo tube microphone-line preamplifier, all valve-based equipment entirely hand-crafted.'