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Using Nebula for guitar tone

PostPosted: Wed Apr 14, 2010 12:18 pm
by Formbank
Greetings,

I'm new to Nebula, but I've been spending a lot of time with it recently and it's the business ! I also bought the 'Producers Pack' (1 and 2), the 'Tube Console Bundle' and the 'EMT140VNXT' plates and they are all fantastic.

I was wondering if it would be okay to post a clip of a few guitar tones I've got using nebula here ? They are just 'sketches' to give an idea of the sound(s) I'm getting as opposed to a finished track.

As I said, I've spent a lot of time with Nebula (Nebula 2 that is - I'm going to upgrade soon) recently and have come up with a chain of nebula programs that I think give a really good overdriven guitar tone(s).

cheers,

Re: Using Nebula for guitar tone

PostPosted: Thu Apr 15, 2010 8:26 am
by giancarlo
yes yes you are welcome! post them!

Re: Using Nebula for guitar tone

PostPosted: Thu Apr 15, 2010 5:06 pm
by Formbank
Cheers Giancarlo,

Here's 2 examples of the 'nebula guitar tone' I'm getting:
'PKnebulaguitar1' is an overdriven rhythm guitar clip
and 'PKnebulaguitar2' is a short solo.

Here's a yousendit link (14MB zip) for them (320 kbps mp3s):
(will be active for a week)

https://www.yousendit.com/download/bFFO ... RTN2Wmc9PQ

The chain of nebula programs is as follows:

Guitar > Zoom G2.1U effects pedal, set to an overdriven patch I've programmed into it, which is pretty good, but very 'fizzy' >

'Sure II' mic >
'Mesa/Boogie 4X12 SM57 on Centre' cabinet >
'RealTile' reverb from CDsoundmaster's Producers Pack 2

For the solo, I also used the 'BMvoxtonebright1' preamp program (great for a mid boost) from the Producers Pack 2 (before the mic) and the 'Real percussion' reverb instead of the 'Realtile' program.

Hope people find them to be of interest !

Re: Using Nebula for guitar tone

PostPosted: Wed Apr 28, 2010 10:43 pm
by Formbank
Those 'PKnebulaguitar' yousendit links are now dead (sorry about that, am low on server space).
For anyone interested, here's another noodle with the following chain used to get the sound:

Guitar > Zoom G2.1U effects pedal, set to an overdriven patch I've programmed into it, which is pretty good, but very 'fizzy'.

Nebula programs:
'Sure II' mic >
'BMvoxtonebright1' from CDsoundmasters Producers Pack 2 >
'Mesa/Boogie 4X12 SM57 on Centre' cabinet > (by KingDiamond)
'woodroom' reverb from CDsoundmaster's Producers Pack 2

It can be downloaded here:
http://www.petekelly.eclipse.co.uk/PKPP2tone.mp3

cheers