@mtalavera Thanks a lot for taking the time and share how go about using Nebula chain for your vocals in the box. So these instances of Nebula on your chain are used in your Vocal Buss or the Track Insert?mtalavera wrote:I agree completely with this. When you pick up this compressor, make sure you read the manual very carefully because the parameters are a little different than other compressors. For example, there are two different threshold controls that server different purposes.marcpl wrote:hi,
I highly recommend cupwise's creamy 660 comp. makes everything smooth and creamy. it's great.
My current Nebula vocal chain includes this compressor. I track vocals through a Rode NT1-A and a F*******e Saphire Pro 40, so no where near the quality of the equipment you are recording through.
I apply one of H. Olonga's mic libraries like his Royer 121 and 122 presets, then apply his Console Strip Elite, which is just fantastic. Then comes the Cupwise Creamy 660. In the end I use CDSoundMasters R2R Tape Collection using an Otari preset and Tape Booster+. Use a send this to an AnalogInTheBox Chamber reverb preset, part of the E.A.R Spaces collection, and I just sit back and enjoy the vocal sound.
When you use example H-O Mic libraries, do you use these Mic lib to go get the vibe/warm/sound of those mic into your vocals or what? Or to bring the tone of that Mic lib into your vocals?
And i gotta say by reading your Neb-Chain, it must eat up some serious CPU no? Wooooow
I'll be exploring more to get the perfect chain for this vocal i'm working on right now.
Thanks again for your time