All Quiet On the Western Front...

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All Quiet On the Western Front...

Post by kungfujeezus » Wed Jul 13, 2011 6:17 pm

Hrmm, I wonder what's cooking. Haven't heard anything on the Nebula front from CDSoundMaster, AnalogInThebox, or VNXT in a while. Any hints guys? :mrgreen:

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Re: All Quiet On the Western Front...

Post by giancarlo » Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:43 pm

first 2 are working hard from what I know :)

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Post by Tim Petherick » Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:59 pm

Oh that is a tease . I'm starting to dream up all sorts ,fairchild compressors etc.That may never happen though.

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Post by Mplay » Wed Jul 13, 2011 8:48 pm

If no-one has a fairchild yet, there's one on ebay right here

(50.000$)

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Re: All Quiet On the Western Front...

Post by dpclarkson » Thu Jul 14, 2011 12:13 am

Well, I'd rather see the usual 'workhorse' compressors
being sampled like the 1176/2A.
With these 2, you wouldn't need pretty much
anything else for daily use...well maybe a distressor then ;)
Let's just hope they'll get the fast attacks and
time constants + distortion nailed soon.
Who knows, maybe they're working on it
as we speak.

BTW, I'd love to see the VTM as a Nebula library
from CDSM. Is this even possible, Michael?

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Post by vicnestE » Thu Jul 14, 2011 12:36 am

dpclarkson wrote:Well, I'd rather see the usual 'workhorse' compressors
being sampled like the 1176/2A.
With these 2, you wouldn't need pretty much
anything else for daily use...well maybe a distressor then ;)
Let's just hope they'll get the fast attacks and
time constants + distortion nailed soon.
Who knows, maybe they're working on it
as we speak.

BTW, I'd love to see the VTM as a Nebula library
from CDSM. Is this even possible, Michael?

I'm pretty sure AlexB is working hard to improve his MWD :)

Meanwhile, nebula compressor is getting better.

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Re: All Quiet On the Western Front...

Post by richie43 » Thu Jul 14, 2011 12:38 am

dpclarkson wrote: BTW, I'd love to see the VTM as a Nebula library
from CDSM. Is this even possible, Michael?

Why? It's awesome as it is and from what I understand, it does it's job so well because it picks up a few things that Nebula can't yet. It's a perfect compliment to R2R and TB+.
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Re: All Quiet On the Western Front...

Post by dpclarkson » Thu Jul 14, 2011 2:32 am

Why? Because there's no mac version, yet.

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Re: All Quiet On the Western Front...

Post by mickdundee63 » Thu Jul 14, 2011 5:44 am

+1 on mac version :)

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Re: All Quiet On the Western Front...

Post by richie43 » Thu Jul 14, 2011 7:41 am

dpclarkson wrote:Why? Because there's no mac version, yet.
Sorry, I was being Microselfish... :lol:

Michael may have better luck making a Mac version of the plugin than a Nebula version. He's a coding wizard, so who knows?
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