n2065 v2 now available!!!

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n2065 v2 now available!!!

Post by Tim Petherick » Mon May 25, 2015 1:02 pm

V2 features-

STEREO and MONO Presets.
Available in 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96khz.
Low Pass: bypass, 8,000hz, 6,000hz, 4,000hz, 2,000hz.
High Pass: bypass, 45hz, 70hz, 160hz, 360hz.
Greater transparency than v1
Free upgrade for previous bundle buyers of V1
For more info click HERE

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Re: n2065 v2 now available!!!

Post by mtalavera » Mon May 25, 2015 7:08 pm

I use this library in every one of my projects on multiple tracks. This is a great filter and I'm excited for an updated version. Thank you, Tim, updating this great product.


Tim, how do v1 owners get the v2 version? When I look in my account area and look at my purchase history, I don't see the v2 version in any of my previous purchases.

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Re: n2065 v2 now available!!!

Post by Tim Petherick » Mon May 25, 2015 7:40 pm

You need to send a message and then I'll upgrade.

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Post by mtalavera » Mon May 25, 2015 8:04 pm

Tim Petherick wrote:You need to send a message and then I'll upgrade.

Cheers,

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Message sent from your website as instructed :)

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Post by russianpolecat » Mon May 25, 2015 9:27 pm

Just want to say how great these are - they are my 'go to' filters for LP :)

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Post by pleplo » Mon May 25, 2015 11:04 pm

This new update is excellent! I used it on almost every tracks and some busses to clean them up. The LP filters are really sweet. I use this instead of tape programs when I need some more high cuts.

This is a new song I just finished mixing using the new n2064 on most of the tracks. also used Tim's new BluMu on master bus :)

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Post by sfabs » Sat May 30, 2015 1:14 pm

Just wanted to add my 10 cents

love these N*v* filters, really nice, both low pass and high pass and really handy to have both filters on 1 instance of nebula, so i can low pass and high pass a source if necessary without needing more than 1 instance of Neb

Thanks Tim!

Looking forward to V2 on your other filters! :)

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Post by dagovitsj » Mon Jun 22, 2015 8:56 pm

@ sfabs and pleplo:

Hi! I'm demoing Honey EQ and like it a lot 'cause I can place this on many tracks and use HP filters and get a good sound quite fast.

BUT, I have a lot of Nebula EQs already, Nebula console emulations etc and have noticed that both of you praise the Nxxe filters from TimP. My plan is to purchase n2065 and use them on all tracks to clean up and then put some of my Aqua/Nebula EQs on different tracks. In short: I'll try this combination rather than cash out for Honey now.(try using what I have instead of always purchase new expensive things...!).

I reckon that n2065 don't demand so much CPU so it's no problem using this on a bunch of tracks?

Just a "newbie" question: I'm familiar with using HP filters, but when / or on what tracks do you use Low Pass? I can think of using Low Pass on background vocals to push them a bit in the background, and perhaps guitars - especially el-guitars to achieve the same thing. There is a lot of talk about High Pass filters (cleaning up the low end etc) - but hardly any info about when mixers use Low Pass AFAIK...!

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Re: n2065 v2 now available!!!

Post by hwasser » Mon Jun 22, 2015 10:25 pm

I use lowpass on bass and guitars mainly to avoid hiss and keep them out of the way of the overheads and vocals.

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Post by pleplo » Mon Jun 22, 2015 10:30 pm

It is also to create depth and contrast for instruments. not all instruments needs to be in your face and bright. try to make the vocals shine, overheads, cymbals and something else and the rest try to filter them a bit more. it will make the mix shine.. good to use on fizzy electric guitars, vocals too sometimes are too bright .if you want that vintage tape vibe low passing is nice.

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Post by dagovitsj » Tue Jun 23, 2015 3:25 pm

Thanks hwasser and pleplo - good points there!

I just checked with my book "Mixing Audio" by Izhaki, and he suggests using shelving filters as an alternative to high pass and low pass if one wants to soften the effect a bit.

Which of the Nebula shelving filters do you have good experience with/reccommend regarding this way of "tuning" an instrument to fit in the mix or simply soften it a bit?
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Post by pleplo » Tue Jun 23, 2015 3:35 pm

High shelf and low shelf are also good to use when you want the filtering to be more natural and subtle/smooth.. I use it on vocal sometime and overhead not to change to much the character and shift phase.

Tim Silk EQ is good for that.
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Post by Tim Petherick » Tue Jun 23, 2015 3:39 pm

Yes that's a good technique too! It makes space in the mix without radically changing the character. I really like Pultecs attenuate for this job!! Espicially the 5k attenuate. The broad character/curves means it's harder to damage audio.

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Post by dagovitsj » Tue Jun 23, 2015 3:49 pm

I love this forum/community - so many helpful people! Thanks pleplo and Tim for sharing your tips.

Strange fenomenon: If you purchase a car, learn a new word etc - suddenly they pop up everywhere, and they appear new...! Just found a video where Ryan Hewitt uses a Pultec to soften an upright bass guitar ;)

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Post by Support » Tue Jun 23, 2015 6:55 pm

I just checked with my book "Mixing Audio" by Izhaki, and he suggests using shelving filters as an alternative to high pass and low pass if one wants to soften the effect a bit.
You avoid big phase shift with shelfs, you can measure it in Smaart. Remember a 24 dB/oct in sub speaker normally needs a polarity reverse and that means a 180º phase change in all frequencies.
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