N 2065 stereo filters by Tim Petherick!!updated for 1.3.505

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N 2065 stereo filters by Tim Petherick!!updated for 1.3.505

Post by Tim Petherick » Tue Sep 17, 2013 8:43 pm

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A classic Rare filter sampled from two units for real stereo processing. N 2065 filters have a Class A circuit. These filters contain Marinair LI.31267/s input and a Lo 1166 output transformers for that classic N sound.

Presets contain a combo High pass and low pass in each instance

Low pass bypass , 8,000hz, 6,000hz, 4,000hz, 2,000hz
High Pass bypass , 45hz,70hz,160hz, 360hz

Using one instance on every channel can sweeten the high end and take away harshness even without using it as a filter. The filter has a sweet rounded sound ,this was captured using the same sampling technique used on my other programs. I kept to the tradition of sampling in 4 sample rates (real deal sampling ,no src) to give you the freedom of working in different project sample rates without destructive src. But of course if you only use 1 sample rate , you can buy just 1 sample rate, but the Bundle Is still at a very reasonable price.



STEREO and MONO Presets
Normal and High quality presets
Available in 44.1 , 48, 88.2 , 96khz



To Purchase click on the following link http://www.timpetherick.co.uk/2065-filter/
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Re: New release by Tim Petherick N 2065 stereo filters!!

Post by jeffbdavis » Tue Sep 17, 2013 11:02 pm

Very cool... and combos! Gotta' check 'em out! :D

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Post by Tim Petherick » Wed Sep 18, 2013 12:53 am

jeffbdavis wrote:Very cool... and combos! Gotta' check 'em out! :D
Yeah combo programs is something I try to stick to in general. Silk, elc24 , elc24 v2 and N 2065 are all combo based library's..., that's all of my eq releases so far ;)

I think it really helps with the curves and certainly helps get the true sound!

silk and ec24 v2 are complete eq's in only 2 instances.
elc24 v1 complete in one instance but you need to change the preset to shift the mid range.

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Re: New release by Tim Petherick N 2065 stereo filters!!

Post by ludrog » Wed Sep 18, 2013 8:49 pm

i just bought the 96Khz version installed thr files but they are not showing in the menu of nebula.Please help me resolve this issue Tim.Thank you in advance :?

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Post by Tim Petherick » Wed Sep 18, 2013 9:06 pm

ludrog wrote:i just bought the 96Khz version installed thr files but they are not showing in the menu of nebula.Please help me resolve this issue Tim.Thank you in advance :?
What version of nebula are you using?

Should be compatible back to ver 1.3.510

It's under TPF in the menu

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Post by ludrog » Wed Sep 18, 2013 11:02 pm

ok. my bad. i did'nt thought of that.guess ill have to do some updating then :o :o

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Post by Tim Petherick » Wed Sep 18, 2013 11:15 pm

ludrog wrote:ok. my bad. i did'nt thought of that.guess ill have to do some updating then :o :o
No worries ,

Pm me if you have any problems , I'll be glad to help.

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Post by richie43 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:55 am

timp wrote:What version of nebula are you using?

Should be compatible back to ver 1.3.510

It's under TPF in the menu
Hey Tim. 1.3.510 was never released to the public. The last stable release until the latest 1.5.600 was 1.3.505. This is not working with 1.3.505? Bummer, because there have been some issues with it and some devs are now releasing for the older Nebula again. I have uninstalled the 1.3.600 and reverted back to 1.3.505. I have better performance and the new one was crashing reaper pretty regularly for me.
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Post by Tim Petherick » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:11 pm

Ok I similar problems, since then I uninstalled nebula and reinstalled and upgraded reaper .Now everything works fine. one thing about CPU, look at the timed opt in master page , I noticed that this was set wrong thus getting higher CPU than before.
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timp wrote:What version of nebula are you using?

Should be compatible back to ver 1.3.510

It's under TPF in the menu
Hey Tim. 1.3.510 was never released to the public. The last stable release until the latest 1.5.600 was 1.3.505. This is not working with 1.3.505? Bummer, because there have been some issues with it and some devs are now releasing for the older Nebula again. I have uninstalled the 1.3.600 and reverted back to 1.3.505. I have better performance and the new one was crashing reaper pretty regularly for me.

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Post by richie43 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:24 pm

What are you setting the timed opt?
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Post by Tim Petherick » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:26 pm

It was on 1 default I switched to 5

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Post by richie43 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:33 pm

timp wrote:It was on 1 default I switched to 5
Unfortunately that was not my problem because each time I installed 1.3.600 (many times) I copied most of the settings from my xml's to the new installation, and that included the timed opt set to 5 already. I have been in frequent communications with Giancarlo about this, and my conclusion is that there is something persnickety about my system and this new update. I am not saying that the update is flawed, but I can say that it is not universally as compatible as past releases since I have very robust and flawless performance with 1.3.505, the previous stable release. I suggest to people to make good backups before they try this, I have a feeling that there will be more issues like mine cropping up since I do not have an ancient computer. Not brand new, not an i7, but only 4 years old Core 2 Quad with 8 gb's memory. I just wish that you devs didn't jump so quick to make libraries that will only work on newest versions of software, and this is why. And in the long run, you may be hurting your own sales because not everyone will be able to use this new Nebula, and thus not be able to spend their money on new libraries even when they are willing to. Just my thoughts....
CDSM is still releasing libraries that work on the older Nebula versions, so why can't everyone?
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Post by richie43 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:02 pm

Henry is also developing libraries that still work on 1.3.505. Unless you are going to be using the new copy protection which does indeed require the newest Nebula, is there any other reason that libraries would need it?
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Post by Tim Petherick » Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:31 am

I will be making a 1.3.505 compatible version of this library on Sunday, I can't do it any earlier as I'm away Giging.

Please note all my other library's work fine on older versions.

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Post by richie43 » Sat Sep 21, 2013 12:40 am

I certainly was not attacking you Tim, I am just expressing my concern for all of the devs. If the new Nebula is a dire requirement to use a new library, that just may alienate some users. And no one wants to introduce any reasons for someone not to spend a few dollars on a new library, right? Some people just like to wait to upgrade software if their present system is stable and productive. Others, like myself, can not use the new release for one reason or another. So if the new Nebula release suddenly is the big requirement to buy a new library, that means that those of us that are not (or can't be) upgrading their Nebula installation will also not be spending any money on libraries. I am lucky enough to be a beta tester so I have access to some of the mid-releases that some new libraries work with but do not crash my system. I also am comfortable enough with having multiple dll's/xml's that may be made up of different versions of Nebula (so I can use or test a certain library). But many people want to install their software and make music. So it is my hope that you devs recognize this need and keep backward compatibility with upcoming libraries. This would be good for the library-crazed Nebula junkies who HAVE to have the newest and beast libraries, and especially good for you devs so you can market to more users. Anyway......
I need to praise this new filter library while I am here. In fact, I am a bit in awe of Tim's newest stuff in general... (Tim, you have a new fan-boy/stalker.... :shock: ). Here is my post about his ELC24 EQ....http://www.acustica-audio.com/phpBB3/vi ... 877#p60877
This filter library really surprised me. When I first loaded them, I was a bit surprised at the frequencies- they don't go as high and as low as what I am accustomed to. But because I trust Tim (LOVE his EQ's and Compressors already), I started throwing them on every track as my base filtering... They are so sweet and subtle, some of them I didn't even change the parameters, I left them at zero, but they still "softened the edges" really nicely. And when I actually needed to use them, they are gentle and "toneful" without being overly colorful (sort of a perfect compromise- not exactly transparent, but not in your face color either). I am really surprised that more people are not scooping up everything Tim is doing lately. have you tried the TNT Dynamics or the VCA Limiter for instance? Very cool stuff!!
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