L*****n PCM 91

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by blackwax123 » Wed Apr 04, 2012 3:37 am

Thanks MOjO_FET nice one all working here :D

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by richie43 » Wed Apr 04, 2012 5:09 am

@blackwax; Did you get the file #41? Rapidfire is telling me that it doesn't exist.....


Edit; Duh. Found it. It is in a post a few pages back.....
The Sounds of the Hear and Now
http://soundyaudio.com/

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by blackwax123 » Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:58 am

richie43 wrote:@blackwax; Did you
No every thing was OK!

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by MOjO_FET » Wed Apr 04, 2012 10:16 am

You're welcome Blackwax. Good to hear it worked out.
Michael
Edit: I have correctet the link for file 41.
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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by JULE » Fri Apr 13, 2012 6:41 pm

I can not extract this archive with 7zip or other programs.
Any sugesstion

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by JULE » Fri Apr 13, 2012 6:43 pm

I can not extract this library!

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by richie43 » Sat Apr 14, 2012 7:19 am

If you have downloaded ALL of them, put all of the zipped archives in one folder, and unzip just the first one, it will take of the rest. If it doesn't work, all I can think of is you either are missing one (or more) or something got damaged in the download. What exactly happens when you try to extract this?
The Sounds of the Hear and Now
http://soundyaudio.com/

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by JULE » Sat Apr 14, 2012 7:30 am

Is this archive made with 7zip or with some other programs?

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by richie43 » Sat Apr 14, 2012 3:56 pm

I was able to extract it with 7zip and winrar. I still think that you either don't have them all or one is "broken". After I realized I had a missing one, it extracted perfectly.
The Sounds of the Hear and Now
http://soundyaudio.com/

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by mitch » Sun Apr 15, 2012 12:22 pm

Thank you so much Mojo_fet! This machine is a very important piece of hardware for me!

It dowloaded well with the "dowloadthemall" Mozilla trick during the night, and then the 7zip process went well too.

But when loading these programs into Nebula Reveb pro (in reaper) , I get crackles, especialy with the long tail ones, like the "PCM91 spinning reverb"...where I get a noise every half second or so, and a general quality wich semms lo-fi and noisy.
You can hear it very well with a 100% wet setting.

It seems also that the different audio files I used for test (2 tracks) went offline from time to time, even if the Reaper project is light (no automation, no other effects, big buffer size ).

I tried to change the values im the Nebula main interface (attack, release, even glue). But it remained the same.

Do you know if there is a setting inside Nebula that I should change?
Or inside of Reaper ? (never had those problems with other Nebula progs...)
Or does this mean that the vectors went downloaded wrong ? Strange...

EDIT:

I realize that the time-d lenghts are not all the same on all the PCM91 progs, and that the clics appear only when freqd is at maximum, i.e.6000 instead of around 2300... If I change that, then the clics disapear, does it mean the reverbs are still corresponding to their hardware counterparts?
Or does it mean I am shortening the reverbs tails ?

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by JULE » Sun Apr 15, 2012 9:05 pm

Everything OK here,no problem in Reaper.
100% natural 3d sound.

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by MOjO_FET » Sun Apr 15, 2012 10:51 pm

Hey, you're welcome Mitch.

The programs are as I remember quite CPU heavy. Trimming the tails obviously helps. Still you need a powerful computer. CUDA should come in handy.
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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by mitch » Mon Apr 16, 2012 7:23 pm

Thanks for the replys!

I tried it on my studio computer and it is much better, amazing peace of gear (oh well peace of impulse seems more appropriate :D ).

But when using Reverbs in Nebula, I have the feeling that
either with this PCM 91 library, or the commercial Nebula pro library, some impulses (mainly the long ones) don't respond as well as the others (noise in the background)...

Strange as I never had such problems with the EQ's which are always very good or perfect, even with many many Nebulas (like 40 or more instances)...

Anyway, best wishes to you with your mixes!

Mitch

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by lipa » Fri Apr 20, 2012 1:59 am

Thanks very much for such a gigantic upload!! I tried rapid free... no way I could wait so long.. so I paid these 10 euros for rapid pro and voilla! 2 hours later I have them all on my hardware! Thanks again! :)

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by lipa » Fri Apr 20, 2012 2:01 am

i meant.. harddrive.. whatever.. I`m tired..

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