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VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2015 8:58 pm
by jpn
As promised ..... 8-)

VNXT EMT 140 skin

.N2S and screenshot

http://1drv.ms/1TW101p

Cheers

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2015 9:04 pm
by evaderod
Wow, Christmas in August! Thanks jpn! :D

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2015 10:59 pm
by mathias
great skin jpn? :)

two things:
- the knobs should be labeled (do you need the names and corresponding nebula sliders?)

- the textlogo at the right makes the gui unnecessary big to the right side.
maybe move it somewhere else inbetween?

as always, thanks for your contributions! :D
stay healthy and well!!!

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2015 11:29 pm
by jpn
mathias wrote:great skin jpn? :)

two things:
- the knobs should be labeled (do you need the names and corresponding nebula sliders?)

- the textlogo at the right makes the gui unnecessary big to the right side.
maybe move it somewhere else inbetween?

as always, thanks for your contributions! :D
stay healthy and well!!!
Hi Mathias
I think when you load the presets the labels will apear on the black boxes am I right ??
But if you think with labels in the skin it´s better ... I accept the suggestion... :)
About the size .... you will understand when I share the next skin .... It was the first VNXT Skins I started .... and the design is similar to a Known plugin .... It was suggested by "my music"...and It´s almost done .... I´m just trying to find a better piece of wood fo finish :mrgreen:

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2015 11:48 pm
by beingmf3
It looks absolutely great - except for that typeface mayhem (((:

What about something more classic?

Image

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 1:57 am
by xabilon
Thank you jpn.

Here's a capture of your skin with an EMT140 preset loaded. The labels appear in the boxes :

Image

I suppose the "FX" knob at the middle is the first one (clean level) and the one at the bottom is the second (harmonics level).

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 2:03 am
by jpn
xabilon wrote:Thank you jpn.

Here's a capture of your skin with an EMT140 preset loaded. The labels appear in the boxes :

Image

I suppose the "FX" knob at the middle is the first one (clean level) and the one at the bottom is the second (harmonics level).
Yes ....

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 2:13 am
by mathias
jpn wrote:
Hi Mathias
I think when you load the presets the labels will apear on the black boxes am I right ??
But if you think with labels in the skin it´s better ... I accept the suggestion... :)
ah yes, you are absolutely right! picture above also shows it :)
did not think of it ... :roll:

but having a look at the controls, some ideas:

i am not sure if people are using att and rel. this is set by nat to specific values for specific samplings and is better left as is.
maybe people can chime in and tell if they are using it or not.
could be removed maybe.

recently i was answering a question about the second fx slider for reverbs with distortion kernels. the second one changes harmonics level, which alters the sound only slightly. regarding this, the knobs could be labeld on the skin to provide better understanding. i would suggest "wet" for the first fx slider, and "wet harmonics" or "wet dist" for the second. also the dry should be labeled then on the skin too. liqu (liquidity) can be left as it is, as this parameter is only necessary for troubleshooting with noise or other artefacts, that occur seldom under some circumstances with reverbs.

looking forward to the nice wood you are looking for :D

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 2:39 am
by jpn
mathias wrote:
jpn wrote:
Hi Mathias
I think when you load the presets the labels will apear on the black boxes am I right ??
But if you think with labels in the skin it´s better ... I accept the suggestion... :)
ah yes, you are absolutely right! picture above also shows it :)
did not think of it ... :roll:

but having a look at the controls, some ideas:

i am not sure if people are using att and rel. this is set by nat to specific values for specific samplings and is better left as is.
maybe people can chime in and tell if they are using it or not.
could be removed maybe.

recently i was answering a question about the second fx slider for reverbs with distortion kernels. the second one changes harmonics level, which alters the sound only slightly. regarding this, the knobs could be labeld on the skin to provide better understanding. i would suggest "wet" for the first fx slider, and "wet harmonics" or "wet dist" for the second. also the dry should be labeled then on the skin too. liqu (liquidity) can be left as it is, as this parameter is only necessary for troubleshooting with noise or other artefacts, that occur seldom under some circumstances with reverbs.

looking forward to the nice wood you are looking for :D

yes ... I can remove and change the position of knobs

I just avoid revoving knobs 1 and 2 because it´s the access to the main menu ... and without it most people will get confused :shock: or not :lol: with time I can do more than one version of this skin

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 2:41 am
by jpn
beingmf3 wrote:It looks absolutely great - except for that typeface mayhem (((:

What about something more classic?

Image
:D I will make a version with a different logoTypE

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 11:25 am
by david1103
Thanks, it looks great!

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 2:36 pm
by RE301
Awesome...thank you! :-)

The VNXT EMT140 library was what made me take the initial jump into Nebula-world...

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 4:06 pm
by david1103
Any plans for the 240? (to complete the collection :D )

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 4:14 pm
by jpn
david1103 wrote:Any plans for the 240? (to complete the collection :D )
hehe! I will do it ....

I need to collect some pics and information
to get inspired :D

Re: VNXT EMT 140 - SKIN

Posted: Thu Aug 27, 2015 9:18 pm
by ianc
you keep producing the goods jp , as always big thank you for everything since last time I said thank you