Nebula mastering guide

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by Shibata » Sun Jan 26, 2014 6:55 pm

enriquesilveti wrote:
Shibata wrote:(aesthetic, DR usage)
DR = Dynamic Range
DRV = Drive
GDRV = G-Drive (Gain-drive)
Thank you!)

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by Tim Petherick » Thu Jan 30, 2014 5:40 am

Good to see the Decca hybrid eq in the list. Super rare units those. Rebuilt by my friend to perfection!
Yes they do get used for mastering indeed!

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by Hannes_F » Mon Apr 14, 2014 12:53 am

Thank you very much for the info in this thread. This would deserve to be a sticky.

How would a mastering chain for orchestral music look like? Probably a bit shorter?

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by giancarlo » Mon Apr 14, 2014 8:53 pm

if you create a pdf document we could link it in a sticky post or start creating a little guide

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by emilieitor » Mon Apr 14, 2014 11:43 pm

Thank you very much for the info in this thread
You are welcome.
This would deserve to be a sticky.

if you create a pdf document we could link it in a sticky post or start creating a little guide
Oh,well !;) I´ll make the guide in pdf format then.
How would a mastering chain for orchestral music look like? Probably a bit shorter?
I don´t know, but it would be a more short chain like you say. The guide is more for a pop/ rock production.

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by koda » Tue Apr 15, 2014 12:05 am

You are the king!!!!!!!!
Waiting for english version of:
02 - ELECTRIC GUITARS
03 - ELECTRIC BASS
04 - VINTAGE ORGANS / ELECTRIC PIANOS / SYNTHS
05 - MICS
06 - MESAS DE MEZCLAS (CONSOLES?)
07 - OUTBOARD GEAR
08 - GRABADORAS DE CINTA (TAPE MACHINES?)
09 - MEZCLA (MIXING?)

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by emilieitor » Tue Apr 15, 2014 3:40 am

Thank you ;)

I see that you know my Nebula guide in spanish language in internet, but I´m not going to translate it to english, just the mastering part, it´s very hard for me translate text to english, my level of this language is low.

Maybe a bilingual english-spanish guy that can translate the text of the guide in a easy and fast way would want do it. I don´t know.

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by emilieitor » Tue Apr 15, 2014 3:42 am

06 - MESAS DE MEZCLAS (CONSOLES?)
07 - OUTBOARD GEAR
08 - GRABADORAS DE CINTA (TAPE MACHINES?)
09 - MEZCLA (MIXING?)

Yes, it´s correct.

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by dacaveprods » Tue Apr 15, 2014 8:37 am

emilieitor wrote:
I don´t know, but it would be a more short chain like you say. The guide is more for a pop/ rock production.
What about an Urban,Hip Hop,EDM,DnB Chain???

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by koda » Tue Apr 15, 2014 5:09 pm

>>>> Maybe a bilingual english-spanish guy that can translate the text of the guide in a easy and fast way would want do it. I don´t know. <<<<<

This would be amazing
Maybe link the original guide just in case someone is willing to do this?

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

Post by flaviusr » Mon Jun 30, 2014 3:41 pm

Hello, thanks for the post, save me a lot of time!

Just one question:
Also say that mastering with Nebula is made in a single step and can not be done in different phases.
What is the logic behind this affirmation?

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Re: Nebula mastering guide

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