Wait when all the consoles will be uploaded, there will be some surprises
The tracks are processed at unity gain at 0dBVU while the mixbuss have a little more drive with 0dBVU level and peak around +4dBVU...Like in the real world
I think that there isn't the universal console but you can choose the correct ones every time, according to the type and musical style and your personal taste... Or building digitally your custom console with different stages
The eq is clean. The cleanest in Nebula so far. And the highs are really good, it gives its own kind of sparkle, open and neutral, doesn't sound like anything we have. I also like the way it enhances lows without adding mud. Cutting in the low mid area affects a bit too much what's bellow, even at tight q values, I prefer the CLQ for that, it keeps the sound punchy and full.
Didn't have the time to dive into the console yet. Later today.
Loved the MLQ-demo at first sight. Then I noticed that the CLQ does things just as well, only the airy-transparent-character of the Hi Shelve is very special.
The new set of console audio demos is much better. Differences are way more obvious compared to the previous versions - but that could be just me. The SSL4000 is still king for me, even more than before. Feels the "rightest". All consoles are clearly better than the ITB original though. Well, nice to know the offer's up until end of february !
What's the technical difference between the Clean and the Glue examples ?
Clean: only the console summing and amp stage Glue: the console summing and amp stage + a little drive by console mixbuss.
Now I'm impressed by the SC81 on the voice I have processed only the lead voice with "input line" and the eq (lowcut at 80Hz and +3dB at 8.2kHz narrow Q), the background voices with "input line" only, sub-grouped with the "mixbuss clean" and mixed with the original mix. The voice is more full and loud but the levels are perfectly matched to original mix. In a word: harmonic saturation by vintage N**e circuits !