L*****n PCM 91

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by MarcelKO » Mon Apr 23, 2012 6:25 am

Thank You MOjO_FET ....it took about a week to download. It was worth it

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by mr.tele » Wed Apr 25, 2012 10:45 am

Thanks MOjO_FET. For some reason when I try to use this library @ 96k, Nebula is not converting them from 44.1. All my other programs, including reverbs are converting normally. Is anyone else seeing this behavior? Any suggestions?

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by lipa » Wed Apr 25, 2012 1:16 pm

Yeah.. Mine didn`t convert to 48khz.. didnt try 88/96 :roll:

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by ngarjuna » Wed Apr 25, 2012 3:10 pm

IIRC (it has been a while since I went for the 91 programs) you have to have your RATE_CNV turned WAY up, like maybe even all the way up for some of the programs. Have you tried that and it's still not converting for you? What's your conversion rate set to?

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by mr.tele » Wed Apr 25, 2012 5:53 pm

Rate CNV is all the way up (9 seconds)!

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by ngarjuna » Wed Apr 25, 2012 5:58 pm

I just loaded up a few 91 programs and I can confirm, it's not converting correctly at 96k even with a 9s RATE_CNV. I'm using Nebula Server right now (the last time I used these programs might have been Core II), so we better wait for professional help (if I had a nickel for every time someone advised I get some of that...)

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by lipa » Wed Apr 25, 2012 6:14 pm

me too rate cnv 9000 ms.. convertion doesn't work..

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by mr.tele » Wed Apr 25, 2012 6:57 pm

Well, they sound very nice @ 44.1. :D Unfortunately, most of my work is done @ 96. :cry:

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by mrmonk » Fri Apr 27, 2012 2:28 pm

Thanks for providing the download links. Just that it is very slow on my end. Is it possible for anyone to do a torrent of all the files included

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by lipa » Fri Apr 27, 2012 8:57 pm

I know it probably is silly question.. but is there a way to make the tails longer? I know we can cut them reducing some parameter.. (forgot the name) but if there`s any way to make reverbs longer would be great! I find this library sounding veeery nice but.. often I`d like to have the plates and halls to go for 3-10 seconds.. and they`re allaround 1-3 sec.. anyway I like these very much! 8-)

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by Owen » Sat Apr 28, 2012 1:32 pm

lipa wrote:I know it probably is silly question.. but is there a way to make the tails longer? I know we can cut them reducing some parameter.. (forgot the name) but if there`s any way to make reverbs longer would be great! I find this library sounding veeery nice but.. often I`d like to have the plates and halls to go for 3-10 seconds.. and they`re allaround 1-3 sec.. anyway I like these very much! 8-)
Well, no. If you cut, you're really losing the tail, which usually isn't desireable. I had this discussion with Giancarlo many moons ago. However at the time I wasn't interested in making reverbs ring out longer. Just shorter, which in theory should be possible i.e. scaling things downwards is a less of a problem than attempting to stretch kernels etc. Gian's answer to my question about scaling was "try a different preset" ;)

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by lipa » Mon Apr 30, 2012 1:59 pm

thanks.. I thought so.. ;)

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by dpclarkson » Wed May 02, 2012 10:25 am

Would it be possible for someone to
set up a link at, for instance, wetransfer.com?
I just can't download it from rapidshare.
Thanks!

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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by richie43 » Wed May 02, 2012 3:27 pm

dpclarkson wrote:Would it be possible for someone to
set up a link at, for instance, wetransfer.com?
I just can't download it from rapidshare.
Thanks!
There is a 2GB limit on wetransfer. This library is 12GB's!!
The Sounds of the Hear and Now
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Re: L*****n PCM 91

Post by dpclarkson » Wed May 02, 2012 9:56 pm

This library is 12GB's!!
Whoa, that is a lot!
Are there any mac users here who can recommend a
download-program or something like that for rapidshare?

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