No Denny, it is not possible in Cubase as standard. You need to use a vst plugin to do this. There are many out there.dennyhellbach wrote:Is it possible to do this in Cubase 8.5 (2 instances on the stereo buss (left and right)? I never heard of it that you can put 2 mono instances on a stereo track and I'm curious. Thanks for the help!sfabs wrote:
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I've used Metaplugin by DDMF
google plugin chainer VST and loads of options come up[/quote]
Thank you! Never heard of it - very interesting. Are there any other Nebula-Libraries that work that way? Greetings!
Someone will correct me if I am wrong. I believe the Nebula envelope can only react to 1 channel. So technically ALL libraries are like that.
This doesnt matter with an EQ as you usually want both left and right channels boosted/ cut by the same amount.
With a pre-amp or tape you may like the saturation amount to be dependant on each channel, therefore you split left and right and use an instance on each channel... you may want to do the same with a compressor (you may not as some argue this can affect the stereo field). Some EQ's feature a dynamic stage sampled as well... Tim P Gyrator for example, so you may want to split this as well.
you may also split into mid and side and treat differently, this can be a cool with tape saturation (there are no rules).
dont take this the wrong way but this probably isnt the correct forum for this question as this thread is a focus for the 37J. I would put these questions or search for similar in "working with Nebula" section, everyone will help there too, this site is incredibly positive and helpful