did you put it as an insert? after my first tests, i went for using it on aux-busses, as they have no mix-parameter, to dial in the amount of room i like.cactuseskimo wrote:Well, a little update. I purchased the Theatre of Life and VNXT plate. The plate seems nice - sounds like a plate I guess . . .
The Theatre of Life is cool, but it's hard to control. Even a minimum mic depth, it can be too much reverb, and although it sounds cool on some instruments, it is pretty much unusable on vocals adding a weird nasally quality to everything.
Just my two cents. I'm thinking of going back to IR's for the most part because I love real spaces, echo chambers, etc., and unfortunately I don't think Nebula has enough dedicated libraries yet.
you can control the programs a bit, when you shorten the kernel-length on the kernelpage, which is in fact shortening the reverb tail, experiment with fade too.
the interpolation in the distance and angle parameter is sometimes a bit wrong, so maybe keep it in the nearest or farest position.
one setup i use sometimes is:
two aux busses, one instance of the same rh-program on each, level of the two busses the same. set one angle to full left-position, the other to full right and adjust the sends of your tracks to taste.
this way you can get a pretty good stereo-picture.
maybe you get more out of it this way.