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Re: AlexB V2 comp

Post by ce1909 » Thu Dec 04, 2014 6:33 pm

I'm waiting to see what happens with Neb 4. & there's no concrete date for that.

I would guess most are more interested in 'all in one' Acqua type plugins anyway.

IMO that should be the new version going forward.

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Re: AlexB V2 comp

Post by prosodio » Thu Dec 04, 2014 7:07 pm

Best nebula libraries, these new ones combined with cdsoundmaster tapes, la2a and some others can provide you best sound itb so far... New consoles and eqs by alex are unbelivable quality, pure hardware!!!!! You only have to plug a console master channel in your DAW and the sound gets a dimension... an IT factor that you can´t get rid of

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Re: AlexB V2 comp

Post by RJHollins » Thu Dec 04, 2014 7:45 pm

As nice/groundbreaking as the Acqua format is ... there are plenty of applications to use Nebula ... particularly 'consoles'.

Based on ones preferred signal flow, the various console presets are located at different points in the global 'flow'. They can be first AND last in the chain. This is not practical, nor most effective for the Acqua format, yet simple for Nebula.

How this will change considering the next generation Nebula is yet to be known [to us mere mortals].

Today, with the aid of Zab's 'Nebula SetUps' app, we can have dedicated Nebulas, custom configured to include any user preferred configuration.

Without doubt, multi band EQ's all contained in a single Acqua interface is a workflow we are most familiar with from the algo world. The combination of Acqua and Nebula allows for vast possibilities.

It's fine to get caught up in all the Acqua excitement. For good reason. They are an excellent compliment to the Nebula design.

Of the new AlexB version 2 release ... they are simply .... stunning :shock: I will not hesitate a moment to purchase every v2 release.

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Re: AlexB V2 comp

Post by jorismak » Thu Dec 04, 2014 10:51 pm

The thing apparently is Alex, a lot of users are willing to pay the $5 upgrade (or more) for V2-upgrades (specially after using the new V2 libraries like the MF eq / dynamics) but they aren't here yet for most of the users.

How many v2 upgrades did you do now? MTC has a v2 upgrade as well as MPeQ2.. and that's it right? (not complaining, just making sure I'm not missing anything). You have the VMeQ2 but is that an upgrade or a completely new library? (stupid me, the name should suggest it's an upgrade).

I guess a lot of people are hoping / waiting for upgrades for the PTeQ, CLeQ, 73eq, VBC, CLC... 4Kd, FNX (drooooool) and the other olden-goldies from you :). I know I am :). Like I said, I would happily pay more than $5 for an upgrade, (or even pay again for them)..

So please don't look at upgrade-sales right now while you've only done a few of your presets. I think your 'popular' stuff is yet to be done. I didn't buy MF-console for instance because I'm still happy with using the old VBC / CBC (and your Sidecar for the 1081's :)). Now if there wasn't going to be a CLCv2, I Would buy MFC instantly :).

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Re: AlexB V2 comp

Post by dacaveprods » Thu Dec 04, 2014 11:14 pm

jorismak wrote:The thing apparently is Alex, a lot of users are willing to pay the $5 upgrade (or more) for V2-upgrades (specially after using the new V2 libraries like the MF eq / dynamics) but they aren't here yet for most of the users.

How many v2 upgrades did you do now? MTC has a v2 upgrade as well as MPeQ2.. and that's it right? (not complaining, just making sure I'm not missing anything). You have the VMeQ2 but is that an upgrade or a completely new library? (stupid me, the name should suggest it's an upgrade).

I guess a lot of people are hoping / waiting for upgrades for the PTeQ, CLeQ, 73eq, VBC, CLC... 4Kd, FNX (drooooool) and the other olden-goldies from you :). I know I am :). Like I said, I would happily pay more than $5 for an upgrade, (or even pay again for them)..

So please don't look at upgrade-sales right now while you've only done a few of your presets. I think your 'popular' stuff is yet to be done. I didn't buy MF-console for instance because I'm still happy with using the old VBC / CBC (and your Sidecar for the 1081's :)). Now if there wasn't going to be a CLCv2, I Would buy MFC instantly :).

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Re: AlexB V2 comp

Post by cps418 » Fri Dec 05, 2014 9:32 pm

4kd with proper compression would sell like hot cakes.but it's probably a hard one to come by, as well as all the mixing boards.

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Re: AlexB V2 comp

Post by fpoitevin » Sat Dec 06, 2014 8:43 pm

jorismak wrote:So please don't look at upgrade-sales right now while you've only done a few of your presets. I think your 'popular' stuff is yet to be done. I didn't buy MF-console for instance because I'm still happy with using the old VBC / CBC (and your Sidecar for the 1081's ). Now if there wasn't going to be a CLCv2, I Would buy MFC instantly .
Indeed.

Plus, none of the compressors have been updated if I'm right. All the eqs are already fantastic, even in V1. I agree that it wouldn't be a priority for me to update them. But for compressors (I own MWD, 4KD, FNX and OTD) I have the tone color but not the correct dynamic behavior. I can't use them (unless I need only 0,5dB of GR...). I think that it would have been a good idea to start with compressors and not eqs for V2.

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Re: AlexB V2 comp

Post by RJHollins » Sat Dec 06, 2014 10:31 pm

I think that it would have been a good idea to start with compressors and not eqs for V2.
Maybe.

I agree ... the original releases are excellent. I've been fine with the dynamic release ... up till the Titanium release :o The new Nebula 'engine' is the compressor game-changer.

But wait till you hear the v2 EQ's :shock:

personally I hope the mastering console, EQ, & dyn are to follow ... well actually, there is quite the list I'm looking toward. :mrgreen:
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Re: AlexB V2 comp

Post by bmanic » Tue Dec 09, 2014 3:22 pm

I'm mainly waiting for upgrades to the compressors as they would truly benefit from latest Nebula release (and will benefit even more once Nebula 4 is released).
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Re: AlexB V2 comp

Post by ngarjuna » Tue Dec 09, 2014 4:15 pm

Which AlexB libraries have been updated to V2?

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