fpoitevin wrote:It's almost unbelievable that since the beginning of this thread, we can't get any precise and reliable information about these parameters from the developing team.... Is there a developer in the room ???? Does someone on Earth understand how it works enough to explain clearly to others ??? Is it a secret that the developers want to keep ???
Come on guys !
No secret or conspiration here...these words would be WAY too strong. I'll go a little off topic here but you'll see what I mean...
A couple of years ago, I tried to sit down with one of the coolest 3rd party guys to get a private NAT masterclass (I had some funds available and we're not talking about loose change here). After a lot of hesitations, he finally declined the offer, telling me that he felt uncomfortable, that NAT was there for everybody but that they were only so many classic consoles and preamps to be sampled, etc...Since it was done in a totally respectful way, I still respect this dev and I still buy his products. And, I have to mention that he did help me via email afterwards so he's got class.
Just do the math...YOU sample a console and you have 1000 sales at around 30 bucks a pop (these numbers are fictionnal of course). Not too bad for a couple of weeks of work. Remember that some devs only sell the pres and no eqs so it cuts down drastically on sampling time.
So now I feel like this whole thing is "kept" secret or, nebulous
, a bit on purpose. No drama, no conspiration...just maybe a cool little cash cow for some talented folks with access to classic gear and some "inside info"...if it were you, would you give your "secrets" away?
Just my 2 cents...please no flame war ok? I'm a VERY satisfied Nebula customer, I own almost all the 3rd party libs. And I love the pricing scheme, quite amazing indeed. I was maybe wrong in seeing this whole thing as some kind of "open-source" thingy...always been a big dreamer...