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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by zabukowski » Fri Sep 04, 2015 10:27 am

License extended until Dec 31 2015.

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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by kpbenoit » Wed Sep 09, 2015 3:48 am

Just wanted to chime in a say what a great tool this is and show some gratitude for your continued support and development of it. I get a lot more out of my Nebula tools thanks to you! The new features your working on look sweet too!

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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by flaviusr » Wed Sep 09, 2015 4:03 am

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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by zabukowski » Wed Sep 09, 2015 8:41 am

Thank you for your continuous support, guys - really appreciated :) :) :)

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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by eaccin » Mon Nov 09, 2015 7:21 pm

I have a strange behaviour when working with nebulaman and pro tools. If I choose to replace original files when processing and then open the pro tools session I get a very loud spike, like a white noise. It goes back to normal if I close and reopen the session. Anyone had a similar issue?

edit: I guess I'm using an old version...

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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by zabukowski » Mon Nov 09, 2015 7:31 pm

eaccin wrote:I have a strange behaviour when working with nebulaman and pro tools. If I choose to replace original files when processing and then open the pro tools session I get a very loud spike, like a white noise. It goes back to normal if I close and reopen the session. Anyone had a similar issue?

edit: I guess I'm using an old version...
Obviously there is nothing wrong with the rendered audio files, since they load correctly when session is reopened. Looks like Pro Tools gets confused first time you open session with changed audio files ?!

Most likely, this has nothing to do with NebulaMan version.

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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by eaccin » Mon Nov 09, 2015 7:42 pm

Yep, it's probably that!!

Thanks!!

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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by eaccin » Mon Nov 09, 2015 7:51 pm

Just installed NM2 dev5. awesome!!

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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by ianc » Tue Nov 10, 2015 11:58 pm

excellent, been following this developement with interest, transferring o/s's to SSD next month so the trial licience is ideal for now. :)
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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by zabukowski » Sun Dec 27, 2015 12:10 pm

License extended...

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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by kpbenoit » Mon Jan 04, 2016 2:06 am

Happy New Year! Your software continues to blow my mind. Really great tool so thanks for continuing to extend the license while in beta. I notice that you've integrated LUFS normalization (EBU R128 Loudness Normalization to -23 LUFS). Is is possible that this target LUFS for normalization could be variable in a future release (i.e. user selectable from, say, 0 to -60dB LUFS instead of a fixed -23 LUFS)? This would become an amazing tool to automate the workflow of gain staging prior to mixdown. -23dB can be too hot for individual instruments (like percussion) and result in clipping (both the track, and/or the stereo bus).

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Re: NebulaMan 2 dev 5 released

Post by zabukowski » Tue Jan 05, 2016 10:52 am

kpbenoit wrote:Happy New Year! Your software continues to blow my mind. Really great tool so thanks for continuing to extend the license while in beta. I notice that you've integrated LUFS normalization (EBU R128 Loudness Normalization to -23 LUFS). Is is possible that this target LUFS for normalization could be variable in a future release (i.e. user selectable from, say, 0 to -60dB LUFS instead of a fixed -23 LUFS)? This would become an amazing tool to automate the workflow of gain staging prior to mixdown. -23dB can be too hot for individual instruments (like percussion) and result in clipping (both the track, and/or the stereo bus).
-23 LUFS is actually a part of the EBU R128 standard, but i guess it wouldn't be too hard to make this value used definable.

I'll think about it, thx for suggestion.

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Re: HOT: NebulaMan 2 dev 6 released

Post by zabukowski » Sun Jan 10, 2016 6:08 pm

NebulaMan 2 love is in the air again: development release 6 is available.

Locators, waveform display, FX browser dock, updated ACQUA programming library plus lots of improvements, bugfixes etc.

http://www.zabukowski.com/software/Nebu ... istory.pdf
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Re: NEW & HOT: NebulaMan 2 dev 6 released

Post by jlchicote » Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:13 am

Hi, the rendered files have the same original metadata? I mean, if I replace the original files, have the new one got the smpte information like the original?

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Re: NEW & HOT: NebulaMan 2 dev 6 released

Post by zabukowski » Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:52 am

jlchicote wrote:Hi, the rendered files have the same original metadata? I mean, if I replace the original files, have the new one got the smpte information like the original?

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Yes, metadata is preserved with the rendered files.

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