NOTE: these are not part of the current developement, just user wishes !
enriquesilveti wrote: Level funtion betwenn every EP! Please!
himhui wrote: Will it be 24bit supported in the future? It stays me away for only having 32bit floating.... Update: version 1.6a introduces 24 bit PCM support
hok wrote: Lets say I want to nebulize a folder using Alex's MWC input line programs; then it would be great to be able to use all the different versions of the line input program, that is IL1, IL2, etc. This means the renderer would use different programs from a list (following a pre-established cycle, or may be at random) for each new audio file. Ideally in the box of "selected NEBULA programs" one would be able to choose to have a program to be "fixed", that is to be applied to all files in a folder, and a group of programs to be "rotating" through the different audio files.
Futur2 wrote: "i'd like to see a render option where the file stays at the input level you define (-18dB or whatever) and is NOT brought back to the original level. that would be very useful for too hot projects you get for mixing e.g."
Mac OSX users wrote: Full featured Mac OSX version of NRGUI (PRO)! =8)
RJHollins wrote: Like other Nebula users here, I strictly use Neb for mastering. All tracks come as an interleaved, stereo, 2-trk file. My work process is to apply NEB separately to the L/R channels. This usually involves consoles, pan, buss, and master channels. So I wonder ... could NRGUI develop to handle L/R processing. [like a dual-mono mode, with a NEB on each 'side' ?
Uh, this is VERY specific, but I think it's possible - first NRGUI would have to split files before rendering, send L and R files separately to renderer and finally make stereo files from rendered material.
ok thanks,yes it would indeed be usefull,but lets see if it becomes possible in the future,just one small question,im thinking on buying the pro-version of the NRGUI render will future updates be free??