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Nebula And It's Infancy

Post by Definity » Tue Apr 02, 2013 2:30 am

I have been thinking how far has nebula come and how far can it still go? I know that when Micro Kernels came out it was pretty big.

I'm trying to think what else can be done to make it even better. I have tested out the new NI stuff and the Compressors are pretty good as well as the Reverbs and I would hate to see this technology get shadowed by the 'Bigger Companies'.

What else is to come for Nebula? What would you like to see?

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Re: Nebula And It's Infancy

Post by Cupwise » Tue Apr 02, 2013 8:39 am

micro kernels never really got used. at least as far as i know. i dont think it quite panned out...

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Re: Nebula And It's Infancy

Post by Mauri » Tue Apr 02, 2013 8:46 am

I don't use Nebula any longer because of it's 'clunkiness', I just don't have the time to endlessly fiddle with the settings to get the full 'perceived benefit' of it.

I wish all of Nebula could be configured to work more like traditional VSTs, along the lines of CD SoundMasters plugs.

I know I'm going to get shot down for this but I much prefer my UAD (and a few other) plugs.

It was fun for a while though ;) !

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Re: Nebula And It's Infancy

Post by Cupwise » Tue Apr 02, 2013 8:52 am

Mauri wrote:I don't use Nebula any longer because of it's 'clunkiness', I just don't have the time to endlessly fiddle with the settings to get the full 'perceived benefit' of it.

I wish all of Nebula could be configured to work more like traditional VSTs, along the lines of CD SoundMasters plugs.

I know I'm going to get shot down for this but I much prefer my UAD (and a few other) plugs.

It was fun for a while though ;) !

Cheers all,

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could i ask what kind of programs you are using, and what is wrong with them in the first place that you need to dig through all the deeper parameters to fix?

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Re: Nebula And It's Infancy

Post by davidgary73 » Tue Apr 02, 2013 10:23 am

Mauri wrote:I don't use Nebula any longer because of it's 'clunkiness', I just don't have the time to endlessly fiddle with the settings to get the full 'perceived benefit' of it.

I wish all of Nebula could be configured to work more like traditional VSTs, along the lines of CD SoundMasters plugs.

I know I'm going to get shot down for this but I much prefer my UAD (and a few other) plugs.

It was fun for a while though ;) !

Cheers all,

Mauri.
Actually i found Nebula to be easy and fun. I just find a preamp or a tapesim preset that i like, boom i'm done. Hardly even need to touch any fader accept the gdrive, input and output faders.

For EQ's, i just used the necessary boost or cuts and still have the EQ mojo unlike any other EQ plugins.

Another solution is to use Nebulaman to setup different FX chains.

Anyway, use what you're most comfortable with and at the end of the day, it's music.

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Re: Nebula And It's Infancy

Post by RJHollins » Tue Apr 02, 2013 10:53 am

Mauri wrote:I don't use Nebula any longer because of it's 'clunkiness', I just don't have the time to endlessly fiddle with the settings to get the full 'perceived benefit' of it.

I wish all of Nebula could be configured to work more like traditional VSTs, along the lines of CD SoundMasters plugs.

I know I'm going to get shot down for this but I much prefer my UAD (and a few other) plugs.

It was fun for a while though ;) !

Cheers all,

Mauri.
Something new is coming ... :o

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Formal 'announce' in new topic when everything is in place.

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Re: Nebula And It's Infancy

Post by dagovitsj » Tue Apr 02, 2013 6:15 pm

Come on, RJHollins - give us some more! I checked the date of your post, and it's not 1st April. This is very exicting ;)
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Re: Nebula And It's Infancy

Post by babiuk » Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:03 am

RJHollins wrote:Something new is coming ... :o

Currently preparing things for a few beta testers.
Formal 'announce' in new topic when everything is in place.

Back to work.
8-)
:D So excited about this upcomming thing...
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Re: Nebula And It's Infancy

Post by jimiyves » Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:46 am

To my mind what can be done with Nebula is guitar amp distortion. It would be so great.

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Re: Nebula And It's Infancy

Post by Definity » Thu Apr 04, 2013 2:39 am

Cupwise wrote:micro kernels never really got used. at least as far as i know. i dont think it quite panned out...
Oh I thought they where used a lot. I wonder why they didn't get used much.

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