Really looking forward to the rooms releases. I feel like reverb has been gotten less attention on Nebula than other applications, so it's great to see you tackling it. Are you planning to sample real rooms, hardware units, or both? On an aside, I would love to have Nebula Impulse Responses tailored to orchestral contexts (chamber music rooms and concert halls). That's probably very expensive to sample for real, but some hardware units are highest quality in that regard. So, eventhough that's probably not your primary focus I'd be thrilled if you would sample some of those.
goodkeys wrote:Really looking forward to the rooms releases
Definitely in the same camp here. I just fired up your Beautiful Room impulses yesterday for a new drum monitor mix... unreal! Still, I could tell that there was something missing that only Nebula provides. If those Beautiful Room impulses are an indicator of your sampling skills (and it's fair to say "duh, of course!"), then there is good reason to be excited for whatever it is you're planning, Henry
Same here. So I just started a new project for 2015/2016, some algos from2 of the big names in the digital studio reverb domain for nebula.
I am quite tired of the available reverb plug-ins, never got that depth like with hardware. Impulse Response based reverbs sound ok for realistic rooms, but the static tails and sterility are just not comparable with L*****n, TC and EMT Verbs. Thats why people like Dave Pensado still use outboard reverberation. I am sampling daily a few hours...so I hope to be able to release this end of the year, it is a sampling excess,but the results deserve it.
Sounds very good. Great to hear that more reverb options are coming our way. As not to derail this thread you should make a new one. The demo sounds promising indeed. The Theatre of life library was a great concept. Unfortunately the room they chose to sample was too coloured to provide a really flexible reverb in my opinion. But I would love to see an extension of this concept with different room options. That would be amazing.
Hi Guys, Long time. Just a heads up to say I am intending on migrating my products to being FREEWARE in the coming months. . ETA is late 2015 or early 2016. I am moving more into my personal projects now and a more sedate pace of life. I would like to leave this legacy with the community. I have been royally been supported by you guys but I think this may help expand the community and help folk who cannot afford my stuff. . But I do want to consult first.
Many reasons for this, too many to cover. Life changes piracy and also a desire to give the little guy a chance.
I appreciate that many of you have spent a lot of money with me. Thanks for that and it is always hard to give comfort to loyal supporters in things like this. But my choices are, shut down the business, go all or nothing or find a happy medium. Don't worry, I will continue developing products as time allows and to my standards but not as prolific as I was in the early days.
ALL my products will be available as a download for nothing from the site. Yes everything. Nebula, Q-clone and impulse responses. You will have direct links but they will be hosted on my site's server and NOT Amazon. I cannot vouch for reliability. You can always get the Amazon links for a small donation if site links are unreliable.
Not sure what sample rates I will offer as bandwidth will be an issue. You will require Nebula Pro 3 of course.
I also intend on sampling instruments starting next year. May be for sale or free as well. Depends.
Good luck, Henry. Thanks so much for the update and for all you've contributed. Your products were always almost free anyway. I was happy to support your ventures and your charity (to say nothing of the awesome libraries I received in exchange).