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Tea room updated to V2!!. no longer a free product

Post by Tim Petherick » Sat Sep 19, 2015 1:36 am

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Absolutely huge room!

Now interpolate between Distance and Mic array, All in one instance! also a significant step up in quality
Mic configurations are-

-Interpolated array- Blumlein ribbon, Omni spaced pair, Cardioid x/y
-One Predelay setting
-Quick wet/dry parameter
-Interpolated Distance
-4 sample rates, 44.1,48,88.2,96
-N3/n4 Jpn skins!

https://www.timpetherick.co.uk/download ... -tea-room/


Free update to all those who got this previously!
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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by Andyyager10 » Sat Sep 19, 2015 2:30 am

Thanks Tim

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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by mtalavera » Sat Sep 19, 2015 4:44 am

Thank you, Tim. And yes, I did purchase this as I think all of Tim's products are well worth the price.

And I even see a preview on your website of a new product coming hopefully very soon :D


EDIT: Tim, I downloaded the zip file that was presented to me after the purchase, and it only contained the vector files. I placed the vector files in their proper location, but there is nothing under the Reverb (REV) menu in Nebula. I do not see the TEA ROOM items in any of my menus.

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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by Tim Petherick » Sat Sep 19, 2015 5:45 am

mtalavera wrote:Thank you, Tim. And yes, I did purchase this as I think all of Tim's products are well worth the price.

And I even see a preview on your website of a new product coming hopefully very soon :D


EDIT: Tim, I downloaded the zip file that was presented to me after the purchase, and it only contained the vector files. I placed the vector files in their proper location, but there is nothing under the Reverb (REV) menu in Nebula. I do not see the TEA ROOM items in any of my menus.
I resent to everyone. Yes it seems the programs just disappeared from my site temporarily, It's back now!

Also for convienence you can get the programs here
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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by Mysterygrimms » Mon Sep 21, 2015 10:36 pm

Thanks for posting this Tim. I also just recommended an EQ of yours over at Gearslutz in this forum topic

https://www.gearslutz.com/board/music-c ... ve-42.html

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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by Tim Petherick » Fri Sep 25, 2015 2:49 pm

Nice skin here from JPN

https://www.dropbox.com/s/plsapaehstorl ... M.N2S?dl=0
Mysterygrimms wrote:Thanks for posting this Tim. I also just recommended an EQ of yours over at Gearslutz in this forum topic

https://www.gearslutz.com/board/music-c ... ve-42.html
Thanks very much!

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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by trickster » Fri Sep 25, 2015 3:14 pm

This is a stunning program. Not sure how I'm going to use it musically yet (such a long decay) but just listening to it on a source is astounding. Amazing potential for sound design applications at the very least.
Tim, can you share the story of how you came to have access to this space? How do you feel the nebula program captured your experience of the acoustics?

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Post by Tim Petherick » Fri Sep 25, 2015 3:31 pm

trickster wrote:This is a stunning program. Not sure how I'm going to use it musically yet (such a long decay) but just listening to it on a source is astounding. Amazing potential for sound design applications at the very least.
Tim, can you share the story of how you came to have access to this space? How do you feel the nebula program captured your experience of the acoustics?
Hi, trickster,

Yes, As you can imagine this would cost me a fortune if having to rent the space. The space is in my city of Bath, the building is called the assembly rooms. I got lucky and managed to get this space for free through a friend, who is a great composer and piano player, we have both performed in this room. It's seems most suitable for solo instruments or possibly classical, putting this reverb on say horns is great or maybe something with a slow attack. . I have another big room sampled, Which is slightly smaller but actually has a longer decay. Hopefully in the future I can find some smaller musical rooms.

I had some assistance at sampling from a friend, so he should have some credit for this, http://joolsscott.co.uk/. We had very little time to do this, around 6 hours.

The room is indeed huge, Noise initially was a huge problem. I spent a few weeks make a work around to tackle this as best as possible. I also recommend you add a pre delay to the wet part of the signal, this helps clarity by quite a bit.

I feel nebula does a good job for sure but to be honest I've not compared to other impulse style plugs.

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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by Andyyager10 » Sat Sep 26, 2015 3:09 am

Hi Tim,
Any chance of a lower cpu version of this?

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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by Tim Petherick » Sat Sep 26, 2015 11:09 pm

Andyyager10 wrote:Hi Tim,
Any chance of a lower cpu version of this?
This is as low as I can get it for dynamic sampling. Try using a different dsp buffer size in nebula or you could try cuda.


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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by mathias » Sun Sep 27, 2015 12:57 am

just a reminder for those, that want to experiment to shorten the long decay.
you can go to the kernelpage and shorten the reverb kernel.
then experiment with the fadeout, which will lower the decay even more in respect to the kernellength.

sometimes this gives acceptable results, sometimes not, but it is worth a try.
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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by trickster » Sun Sep 27, 2015 1:46 am

Thanks Mathias, I'll play with that. I actually love the long decay but wouldn't mind trying it in different situations.

And thanks Tim for giving us some info and context for the program. I intend to try it out on solo clarinet and trombone soon. Give my thanks to Jools for making the program possible.

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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by disp » Mon Oct 12, 2015 11:20 am

nevermind
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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by Tim Petherick » Mon Oct 12, 2015 6:54 pm

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Re: Room reverb from Timp

Post by andiw » Mon Oct 12, 2015 8:33 pm

A short audio demo would help in deciding if I want to pay for it ...

just sayin' ;)
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