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Does the Nebula Commercial library stand a chance?

Postby Yllet » Sat Nov 27, 2010 7:46 pm

I havent't bothered downloading any of the Nebula Commercial library since i already got the alexb, cdsoundmaster, analoginthebox stuff and so on.

Am I missing something? :)

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Re: Does the Nebula Commercial library stand a chance?

Postby burnsound » Sat Nov 27, 2010 8:25 pm

I think the phasors are cool.

There's a couple really nice eqs in there, I believe the passive and danish programs are the ones I like. Maybe not quite as good as newer 3rd party stuff, but possibly lighter on system resources and more flexible in some respects.

I really like the old plates.
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Re: Does the Nebula Commercial library stand a chance?

Postby MOjO_FET » Sat Nov 27, 2010 8:32 pm

The fact is that the third party developers are the ones who currently do the real work on programs whereas Giancarlo and the team focus more on Nebula itself. This balance works very well IMO. I for one haven't used anything from the official library for quite some time. Not to say that there are certainly some usable programs, like the time variant stuff f.e.

There is a list of official programs somewhere...check what categories interests you and try them.

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Re: Does the Nebula Commercial library stand a chance?

Postby Guest » Sat Nov 27, 2010 11:40 pm

Burnsound is absolutely right: Danish and Passive EQ are both really, really good!
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Re: Does the Nebula Commercial library stand a chance?

Postby mathias » Mon Nov 29, 2010 1:33 am

don't forget greendevil eq!

simple lo-mid-high eq, with fixed frequencys.

sometimes this one works just great for me.

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Re: Does the Nebula Commercial library stand a chance?

Postby enriquesilveti » Mon Nov 29, 2010 12:01 pm

Try this ones:

ANT-filters
BMX376
Yakuzi Comp
Yakuzi2020 CNUM
Do U wanna comp
Vital EQ
Analog Channel
4KG to heaven + 4KG to heaven S
Back to Genesi S
610 Solaire S
Vintage amp
Mars Attack
Strudel A81 (I-III)
70 Chorus
VIR Phaser
70 Vocal III
70 small room
HS Plate Classic
Old Plate III and IV
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Re: Does the Nebula Commercial library stand a chance?

Postby edbilleaud » Tue Nov 30, 2010 6:13 am

The included libraries are a good introduction to Nebula's sound, but using 3rd party libraries at 96k sounds much better, to me anyway. When I do an A/B comparison, it's easy to hear, IMHO. Not sure if this also applies if working at 44.1 though, can't comment on that.
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