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New Nebula Library - TubeBooster by CDSoundMaster
Old 11th September 2011
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New Nebula Library - TubeBooster by CDSoundMaster

Tube Booster has been created to provide the authentic sound of a valve line driver, or level amplification stage. It is a dynamic program with a complex process for adding a special harmonic saturation with little side effects to frequency spectrum. It has been created to have equal effect at multiple sample rates, and has been pre-edited for Low, Medium, and High amounts of signal drive. Tube Booster can be used at lower levels than the programs for more subtle effects. This can be useful on its own and in combination with VTC programs and consoles, tape machines, and anywhere that the user wishes to impart the vacuum tube harmonic characteristics to their signal chain. It can be added to your rendering chain, used on its own, and used in multiple instances.

This Nebula program library is created at 96kHz and requires a recent version of Nebula3 Pro.

For more information, sound examples, and for immediate download, please visit:

CDSoundMaster Software Online

Previous customers please email for your special discount!

Old 11th September 2011
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This and VTC (Vintage Tube Collection) are truly fantastic...Michael's meticulous recreations are truly realistic and unique and a benchmark for Nebula libraries.

Anyone who was attracted to Nebula for it's abilities to simulate analog characteristics should have both of these (along with most of Michael's Nebula offerings) on their 'must have' list ;-)
Old 16th September 2011
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I use the vintage tubes a lot and will have to pick these up some when.

Anyone else using this booster?
Old 20th September 2011
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This is a really great library, using this in conjunction with R2R and TB+ I can get a much fuller sound, with great apparent good volume without any peak increase of damage to the sound.

Total no brainer IMO.
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