Yes I tried it, it has a very cool GUI and it is hard to use the ears with it , they made a great trap for vintage gear fetishists...pleplo wrote:Have you tried the Waves version? I think it's ok. I dont use it much. its like the Kramer Tape. more for effect.babiuk wrote:I understand your point of view and I hope you can get it soon
Have you tried the Waves version? I think it's ok. I dont use it much. its like the Kramer Tape. more for effect.
Really I find its sound is a nice sound but iwhen I use R2R or APEX and Michael's tools the results are more and more realistics. I mean (and this is something I find in a lot of Waves plugins) theirs J37 has something beyond the original gear sound, like a waves signature sound (like theirs J37 Director's cut)
I do prefer nebula because you get just the real behaviour of gear, not what the waves guys think a j37 should be or sound for nowdays.
That is why I am so interested into this j37 project, it could be the first and only time for being able to acces to a "real" j37 machine into digital world. The same for Apex 351, Michael's one is THE machine, waves' one is the interpretation the waves team do about what a 351 should be.