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Post by cdsoundmaster » Mon Dec 06, 2010 1:44 pm

Hi! :-)

Please just email me direct for the hiss and higher gain presets.
I like to send them directly to R2R customers as opposed to having them in public download.

Hi Enrique- I thought you had it already- please email me and I'll send asap.
Thanks!

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Post by prosodio » Mon Dec 06, 2010 2:48 pm

The hiss makes it truer, I don´t know how Michael did it, but this library and tb+ and the hiss are the secret weapon for my mixes right now. I render all the files from my mixes offline and the sound is fat and the tracks glue way better, then alex consoles, different eq´s.....

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Post by Puranon » Mon Dec 06, 2010 3:11 pm

How much RAM/CPU does it take to run in realtime.

16 instances of R2R

plus

16 instances of Tapebooster?

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Post by Barendse » Mon Dec 06, 2010 3:12 pm

prosodio wrote:The hiss makes it truer, I don´t know how Michael did it, but this library and tb+ and the hiss are the secret weapon for my mixes right now. I render all the files from my mixes offline and the sound is fat and the tracks glue way better, then alex consoles, different eq´s.....

Greetings
Care to share your favourite R2R program(s) for rendering offline?

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Post by enriquesilveti » Mon Dec 06, 2010 7:18 pm

Hi Enrique- I thought you had it already- please email me and I'll send asap.
Thanks!
I backuped Nebula everything one month ago and I can not remember to see those files and right now there is no hiss files under my DATA partition where I copy my productions files. (samples, IRs, N2V/N2P, test tones, music reference, etc)

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Re: R2R question, opinions

Post by Nooorway » Mon Dec 06, 2010 9:05 pm

Is the higher gain and hiss presets the same, or are they different presets? Michael sent me the drive/gain prets a while back ...

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Post by Mplay » Mon Dec 06, 2010 9:20 pm

The hiss's are wav files.

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Post by ericus » Tue Dec 07, 2010 12:56 am

prosodio wrote:The hiss makes it truer, I don´t know how Michael did it, but this library and tb+ and the hiss are the secret weapon for my mixes right now. I render all the files from my mixes offline and the sound is fat and the tracks glue way better, then alex consoles, different eq´s.....

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Hey Prosodio,

How do you use the hiss files? Any tips you can give us? :mrgreen:

Thanks in advance!

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Post by cdsoundmaster » Tue Dec 07, 2010 1:15 am

Hi Eric,

The easiest way is to load the desired hiss and loop it on a track in your DAW session. Set the level desired, either subtle but audible, barely audible, or even slightly inaudible. You can try around -60dB and play with it from there, and listening to a section of audio in headphones helps for starting out. Our ears and brains pick up on it even if it is incredibly buried. Others may have different ways they like adding it in, but this works well for me.
ericus wrote:
prosodio wrote:The hiss makes it truer, I don´t know how Michael did it, but this library and tb+ and the hiss are the secret weapon for my mixes right now. I render all the files from my mixes offline and the sound is fat and the tracks glue way better, then alex consoles, different eq´s.....

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Hey Prosodio,

How do you use the hiss files? Any tips you can give us? :mrgreen:

Thanks in advance!

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Post by cdsoundmaster » Tue Dec 07, 2010 1:19 am

Hi Enrique,
I have sent you a PM. I hope this helps. Thanks! :-)
enriquesilveti wrote:
Hi Enrique- I thought you had it already- please email me and I'll send asap.
Thanks!
I backuped Nebula everything one month ago and I can not remember to see those files and right now there is no hiss files under my DATA partition where I copy my productions files. (samples, IRs, N2V/N2P, test tones, music reference, etc)

...Thanks

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