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vicnestE wrote:Put it on a mastering bus of a classic/OST song, and it sounds great. Render it with kernels switched to timed is amazing.
If you can, I'm very interested to hear your before and after if possible. I have tried the demo, maybe I am not using it right, but I am still hoping to hear the great character that you and others have reported. I have only heard an extremely subtle change so far.
I am using Nebula 3 Pro "reverb" version at default settings, and at 44.1k Do these kinds of programs only reveal their character at 96k?
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This is a tricky topic, but the character IS a subtle thing. The beauty in using Nebula is very similar to the analog units they emulate in the way that the effect is more of a cumulative effect, much like the difference between a mic or instrument going into a single tube preamp (still nice) and a mic or instrument going through a long analog signal chain (even nicer, but still subtle).