CDSM

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Re: CDSM

Post by cdsoundmaster » Wed Jul 27, 2011 10:19 pm

I agree! :-)
I've been considering it for some time. Funny, but I am still exhausted from the TB+ and VTM research, although I've done a lot of successful tests on the tubes as well (there is already a VTM-type item planned since before the VTM release). If we align it with the next phase of VTM processing, the Neb side could be done easier. Most likely it will still be standard full length kernels and not micro, but depends. The flexibility with micros could help boost things, but if the quality has to shrink at all it wouldn't be worth more boost and less accuracy. That's the beauty of Nebula's process; the quality. When it comes to higher harmonics and some limiting/compression, I think the process I developed with VTM is extremely close to real and natural, so one way or another I hope to bring something like that to the table.

I'll post something in the forum for the new eq/console release soon, so don't say too much yet! :-) Thanks so much for the enthusiasm!!! :-)
dpclarkson wrote:I'd love the idea of a Tube-booster library,
as he did with Tapebooster.

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Re: CDSM

Post by dpclarkson » Wed Jul 27, 2011 11:04 pm

Don't worry Michael, the annoucement
is all yours! :)
Thank you for taking a tube-equivalent
of TB+ into consideration!
I can imagine that it will be another exhausting
job.

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Re: CDSM

Post by micstandbob » Thu Jul 28, 2011 5:43 am

love the new library! was able to put it to use immediately!!!!!! thx

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Re: CDSM

Post by cdsoundmaster » Thu Jul 28, 2011 6:03 am

Awesome! I'm so glad! :-)
micstandbob wrote:love the new library! was able to put it to use immediately!!!!!! thx

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Re: CDSM

Post by faun2500 » Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:25 am

Very, very interested in a 'tubebooster'! :P
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Re: CDSM

Post by surbitone » Thu Jul 28, 2011 11:25 am

Plus 1 on the tube booster. I'd love to have some vinyl distortion / compression in a Nebula program, in the style of R2R, TB & VTM. Nothing sounds like drums recorded ton tape coming off vinyl - you've got us halfway there already!!

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Re: CDSM

Post by steve36 » Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:13 pm

Very nice...I've used it straight away too. :D

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Re: CDSM

Post by cdsoundmaster » Sat Sep 03, 2011 10:25 pm

Hi everyone.
Just want to write a quick note to say that I have been listening, and good news is on the way. :-)
I won't give details for a few days, but finally... FINALLY some new breakthroughs on the difficult task to do justice to the way vacuum tubes increase the sonic drive characteristics before going into distortion or overload. Tubes can do many tasks and sound different with each of them, but the best example of 'that' tube sound when being driven harder, can now be considered successful and effective. And, new surprises to follow shortly after! :-)

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Re: CDSM

Post by pipamail » Sat Sep 03, 2011 10:33 pm

Great news :D

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Re: CDSM

Post by futur2 » Sun Sep 04, 2011 12:51 am

cdsoundmaster wrote:Hi everyone.
Just want to write a quick note to say that I have been listening, and good news is on the way. :-)
I won't give details for a few days, but finally... FINALLY some new breakthroughs on the difficult task to do justice to the way vacuum tubes increase the sonic drive characteristics before going into distortion or overload. Tubes can do many tasks and sound different with each of them, but the best example of 'that' tube sound when being driven harder, can now be considered successful and effective. And, new surprises to follow shortly after! :-)
great :D

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