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Postby zac222paz » Mon Feb 01, 2016 12:57 pm

hello,
i'm new to all things nebula and am really enjoying myself not without a little confusion though.
early days.
i have heard through the net of nebula-programs.com where i can supposedly get free presets.

can anybody enlighten me.

regards from australia.

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Re: nebula-programs.com

Postby jfjer379@gmail.com » Mon Feb 01, 2016 1:11 pm

Henry Olonga has recently made hes all you can eat bundle free ware, but you must have nebula 3 pro or ultimate for it to work

its worth getting nebula 3 pro just for that incredible package full of incredible tools
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Postby Mercado_Negro » Mon Feb 01, 2016 2:16 pm

zac222paz wrote:hello,
i'm new to all things nebula and am really enjoying myself not without a little confusion though.
early days.
i have heard through the net of nebula-programs.com where i can supposedly get free presets.

can anybody enlighten me.

regards from australia.

pasquale


That place doesn't exist anymore, unfortunately. It was a great time where most 3rd party developers we see today started the magic :)
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Re: nebula-programs.com

Postby zac222paz » Mon Feb 01, 2016 4:33 pm

thank you for your replies.
it sounds like it would have been a good place to sit down and sip a cold beer while enjoying the sunset.
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Postby RJHollins » Mon Feb 01, 2016 6:56 pm

nebula-programs.com

That WAS an interesting time.

My introduction to really cool people with a passion for audio ... and my first exposure to 'torrent' files for library distribution. I bet I still have those stored on some IDE harddrive.
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Postby mathias » Tue Feb 02, 2016 2:59 am

... yeah, the times where people crafted nebula libraries with their bare hands ... :D

somewhere deep in my closet i have a backup too 8-)

but there are so much libraries around, i guess it will never ever see the ligt of day again :P
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Postby botus99 » Tue Feb 02, 2016 3:41 am

I remember lurking on that site before I got Nebula. Seeing the early community and the gear that was being sampled really sparked my interest. By the time I bought Nebula, the site was no more.

I'm more than satisfied with what I have in Nebula right now, but I've always been curious about what all the old stuff was like.
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Postby RJHollins » Tue Feb 02, 2016 3:51 am

I think some of those early libraries might have made it into the 'community' library. Not sure.

I was using a version of NEBULA that came out of some 'CM' magazine that came with a disk, that someone had given me.

I had already purchased $$$$ on algo plugs, just trying to find anything that did NOT turn to a one-dimensional piece of plastic.

Even at that early stage, the 'sound' from NEBULA caught my attention. I figured I was tired, and finally went to bed. The next day I listened again .... the rest is history :roll:
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Postby namooz » Tue Feb 02, 2016 8:47 am

RJHollins wrote:I think some of those early libraries might have made it into the 'community' library. Not sure.

I was using a version of NEBULA that came out of some 'CM' magazine that came with a disk, that someone had given me.

I had already purchased $$$$ on algo plugs, just trying to find anything that did NOT turn to a one-dimensional piece of plastic.

Even at that early stage, the 'sound' from NEBULA caught my attention. I figured I was tired, and finally went to bed. The next day I listened again .... the rest is history :roll:


Yes, that plastic quality of sound……...I, too, have spent $$$$ on the algo's not quite hacking it. Once I finally hunkered down with Nebula and got into it, it changed everything. The 3 dimentional quality through transparency and tone is where it's at here.
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Postby botus99 » Tue Feb 02, 2016 6:10 pm

RJHollins wrote:I think some of those early libraries might have made it into the 'community' library. Not sure.

...I had already purchased $$$$ on algo plugs, just trying to find anything that did NOT turn to a one-dimensional piece of plastic.

Even at that early stage, the 'sound' from NEBULA caught my attention. I figured I was tired, and finally went to bed. The next day I listened again .... the rest is history :roll:


That would make a lot of sense. I remember thinking to myself "No way does Acustica own/have access to ALL this awesome gear!"

Before I got into Nebula, I only owned a few algo plugins and mostly used free or stock plugins. When I tried Nebula Free years back, it was just too much for my CPU to handle, it crashed my old version of Cubase, I had limited hard drive space, and of course I was unwilling to check out the forums to solve any issues... it was a disappointing experience in every way EXCEPT the sound. That initial "aha" moment happened and I did the same thing where I came back the next day and crapped my pants once more.

Fast forward a year (new CPU, more HD space, more RAM), and things are about as good as it gets :mrgreen:
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