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Nebula Series Experience the full power of our ground-breaking proprietary audio processing technology, based on Vectorial Volterra Kernels, and find out what Nebula technology can do for your audio! VST Multi-Effect Plug-In Nebula is a VST multi-effect plug-in that emulates several types of exotic audio equipment, eliminating the need for costly hardware, bringing you worlds of new options. Libraries Nebula uses libraries which are created by a sophisticated “sampling approach”, making it possible to virtually capture all of the subtle nuances of the characteristics of the sampled audio devices and then make them easily available for you to use throughout your audio projects. Result The results of this sampling process are revolutionary complex emulations of many types of coveted and harmonically rich audio signal processes captured with realism never before heard. These are accessed from within a convenient VST plug-in that is compatible with all major DAW's and editing software. With Nebula, it is now possible to have many instances of classic and cutting edge hardware emulations, limited only by your imagination and your computer’s resources.

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Universal Audio announces Manley Variable Mu Limiter Compressor Plug-in

Yes it's easy to hear "differences" when you know which is which.

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Nebula must have

Thanks very much! We'll be slowly releasing recordings for that album and a bunch of live video sessions (L401 really made a great difference in one of them), so perhaps I'll post in the new "Tracks mixed and produced with Acustica Nebula and Aqua" thread if people are interested. jkthtyrt

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Best EMT-140 plug 2018?

What's the best emt-140 plug these days? Acustica Nebula Cupwise Plates of Legend, UAD EMT-140, Altiverb with convolutions, or something I'm not thinking of? Does Acustica Nebula with Cupwise Plates of Legend beat UAD, as some prior threads indicate? Or if I'm not looking to mess with with reverb settings much, is it simply...

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