In the Alpha version thats on the first page - the VU's are plain hippie. But on the next version ill post -18dbfs will be centered on the vu-meter. Ill add some numbers to it later as well. This is however only a RMS meter, we should have it combined with peak metering also since it can be nice to see that the transients arent clipping 0dbfs.mpodrug wrote:Mammoth and Doc Fear are EQ libraries from Analoginthebox.
Most of nebula users have them, since they are very affordable and sound NICE.
I'm thinking about getting CLeQ just because of this.
Since there are no numbers on the VU-meter, how can one read it? Where's the -18dbfs level? I assume you will add the numbers in later versions.
And where can one adjust input and output level, because i only recognize one big gain knob?
This is very exciting development indeed. Especially the render and realtime buttons are genius.
Did anyone try it with StudioOne yet? Oh, and does it work with nebula server, which also has the same dll name- "Nebula3CoreII64 Reverb.dll" ?
Plenty of questions...
At the moment there is no input gain knob - this should ofcourse be added. Added it to my notes.
Unfortunately i dont really know how nebula server works. I guess it works like the regular nebula coreII (interface wise) so i think it should work.
Do you have the Drawmer 1968, D*x 165a compressor from signaltonoise?
I could send you a plugin for that to try out if the server version is working?