They talk of the process used to retain the M7 unique capabilities. Here is the info:
This begs the question ... I know HenryO gave serious effort to a Nebula Community version that was not able to complete to satisfaction.The Bricasti M7 is a highly prized true stereo reverb processor, widely considered to contain some of the best synthetic reverb algorithms to date, and has been captured for multiple impulse response packs freely available online. Commonly only the first bank of algorithms are available (the version 1 algorithm), although a newer second generation algorithm is available that features a higher degree of modulation. Both have been captured for the LiquidSonics M7 Fusion-IR preset pack.
Due to the nature of the various sources of modulation within the M7 algorithms, the commonly used reverb impulse response sampling approach (typically swept-sine) has the effect of averaging away all of the modulation that is key to much of the character of the M7. This is suitable for a static convolution processor, but the Fusion-IR sampling and processing approach takes multiple snapshots in time of the device and processes them concurrently so is able to much more closely reproduce the character of the original device as it varies over time.
The question is, has the Nebula/Acqua process evolved to the proposed approach that LS took ?
Might this be a NEBULA or ACQUA possibility ? Reverb. Another important audio process.