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11th January 2011
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^ anyone?
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11th January 2011
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Has anyone used the analog in the box tube console? I don't hear much talk about it, is it good, or are Alex B's programs pretty much the no brainers as far as console programs go?
not tried it but heard its good...anything AITB will be likely good as they have a lot of expertise sampling...being some of the forerunners...Its only about £6 I think - give it a shot!
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11th January 2011
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Please, review that 1968/Draw Her if you have the real thing to compare!
+1!
& any progress on the comparascents of the 2 drawmer presets?
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12th January 2011
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Thanks for the reply. The price is good, wish there was a basic demo though. Even though it is cheap, I'm not sure I need it compared to the other console options.
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12th January 2011
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I installed the Nebula3 free bundle that comes with a few presets.
To be honest: those few presets did not convince me. Some EQs and compressors sound really really bad compared to my UAD plugins.

Are the commercial add-ons better than those free ones?
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12th January 2011
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I installed the Nebula3 free bundle that comes with a few presets.
To be honest: those few presets did not convince me. Some EQs and compressors sound really really bad compared to my UAD plugins.

Are the commercial add-ons better than those free ones?
Commercial libraries are from different world!
#37
12th January 2011
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Yep, I can vouch for that as well. I just bought a bunch of libraries from almost all of the official program developers. Sound totally OTB. Can't say I'm even going to use the programs you get with Nebula Pro, but the third party stuff is INSANE.
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12th January 2011
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Yep, I can vouch for that as well. I just bought a bunch of libraries from almost all of the official program developers. Sound totally OTB. Can't say I'm even going to use the programs you get with Nebula Pro, but the third party stuff is INSANE.
Which programs you can recommend and why?
I already have the UAD-2 quad with all plugins (except Manley and Studer) plus everything from elysia and Softube.
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12th January 2011
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Any of the AlexB stuff
AIB Flex EQ Bundle
AIB Fate Comp
TM VCult
CSM R2R + Booster / Retro / Producer Pack / Mastering Suite
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13th January 2011
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13th January 2011
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Wasn't aware of that one, thanks!
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13th January 2011
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A couple of weeks ago I browsed the posts on Nebula to find what piece of gear each library sampled and find which ones seemed to be most recommended. I took all this info and consolidated it in a single text file... I paste it below since you'll probably find it useful.
Thanks a lot for the list! the sum is about 700 Euros to purchase them all.
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13th January 2011
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Has anyone used the analog in the box tube console? I don't hear much talk about it, is it good, or are Alex B's programs pretty much the no brainers as far as console programs go?
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not tried it but heard its good...anything AITB will be likely good as they have a lot of expertise sampling...being some of the forerunners...Its only about £6 I think - give it a shot!
I have to say out of curiosity I ended up giving their tube console bundle a shot, but was not impressed compared to their other libraries. I kindly asked for a refund since their is no demo to try before hand, but haven't heard back yet.

EDIT: Ok, they did get back to me and offer a credit voucher.
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15th January 2011
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5th March 2011
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I just got Behemoth, it's freqin' sweet. Want that full bodied low end that isn't overpowering? This is it.
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5th March 2011
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I just got Behemoth, it's freqin' sweet. Want that full bodied low end that isn't overpowering? This is it.
What programs are those.

link pls

thank you
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5th March 2011
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How does the Nebula Studer compare to the UAD Studer? Any examples of it? Can you just buy the VTM-M2 by CD soundmaster? Is it the same since cd soundmaster plug is also used in Nebula?
#50
5th March 2011
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The vtm m2 isnt based on nebula techology. Visit CDSoundMaster Software Online for info. It does complement his nebula tape programs, but you can use it as stand alone.
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5th March 2011
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How does the Nebula Studer compare to the UAD Studer? Any examples of it? Can you just buy the VTM-M2 by CD soundmaster? Is it the same since cd soundmaster plug is also used in Nebula?
I read a review where the reviewer had both. He said they were both very good but considering the price difference the nebula is fantastic.
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5th March 2011
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Hi all


was browsing their site and these look really cool

can someone help me with these questions i couldn't find out for sure

1) mac is supported correct? on a mac pro here latest OSX
2) 64 bit on mac?
3) would use in cubase 6, or possibly PT 9, how are these in those DAW's?

thanks very much for the help
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5th March 2011
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Hi all


was browsing their site and these look really cool

can someone help me with these questions i couldn't find out for sure

1) mac is supported correct? on a mac pro here latest OSX
2) 64 bit on mac?
3) would use in cubase 6, or possibly PT 9, how are these in those DAW's?

thanks very much for the help
1. Yes.
2. Don't know.
3. Runs fine in Logic here. Sounds great, "user experience" is less than stellar however. IMHO.
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5th March 2011
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hi

what do you mean by user experience less than stellar? i also have logic 9 but don't use it much

do you mean they sound great but have issues working?

thanks
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5th March 2011
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1. Yes.
2. Don't know.
3. Runs fine in Logic here. Sounds great, "user experience" is less than stellar however. IMHO.
works fine on snow leopard

I dont think 64 bit is supported yet for mac

My user experience is fantastic - there are some issues around work flow given that most computers are not fast enough to run loads of instances at once but there are work arounds and the solutions are improving all the time.

I can honestly say that nebula is the best investment I have made in audio apart from bass traps (including expensive microphones, converters, preamps, eq and compressors)
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5th March 2011
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hi

what do you mean by user experience less than stellar? i also have logic 9 but don't use it much

do you mean they sound great but have issues working?

thanks
Nebula works fine, once you have it successfully installed. I mean basically things are presented graphically in a way that is not intuitive, fun, or easy to work with. Not horrible, certainly worth the effort, but lots of little bumps in the road that could be smoothed out, IMHO. YMMV.
#57
19th March 2011
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The newest update with the new menu is AWESOME...much more user friendly...
#58
19th March 2011
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Yeah, Its getting much better now than when I first tried it a while ago.

Sooo happy with all the 34d party stuff that I don't use any of the free stuff.
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19th March 2011
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The newest update with the new menu is AWESOME...much more user friendly...
Can you explain - i have lost subgroups with the new menu - it is just a long list of presets and it takes ages to scroll through
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19th March 2011
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where can I get that update?
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