Getting started with Nebula

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  1. Krugen

    Krugen Ultrasonic

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    Ok, so I recently purchased Nebula and it opened a whole new world of possibilities! But since it's such a complex vst to use, I wonder if anybody from the community could give their heads up as how to get the best out of nebula?

    -I know you need to gain stage properly at -18dbfs. Any other tips?
    -How/when to use the "mojo" libraries? Before or after the eq/compressor?
    -What's your Must-Have Nebula Libraries? I read Tim P's are pretty good (I purchased his L-bus compressor)
    -Anybody has a link to Henry Olonga's "All you can eat" free bundle?

    Thanks to anybody who replies.
     
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  3. Misterguywick

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    mojo should follow developers instruction.
    some compressors requires mojo library loaded after compressor,some others opposite.
    TimP told me that the mojo library is not necessary, and the character is provided by the library itself mainly.
     
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    Not necessarily. I made a gain stage comparison with Tim P.'s N 60A and only adjusted the threshold. At +10VU the sound was way more open.
     
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  6. Krugen

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    interesting
     
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    Olymoon MODERATOR Staff Member

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    This thread is interesting, but please avoid all in caps titles / shouting.
     
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  9. Krugen

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    I was not aware it was against the rules. sorry for that.
     
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  10. Kwissbeats

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    Nebula clearly breaks up in *tilt* noises when feeding it an too loud signal,
    before aqua's I used the like the Siemens W295B libary, the smoothest high frequency eq ever
     
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  11. Krugen

    Krugen Ultrasonic

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    I noticed that when feeding it loud signals, most libraries sound like crap
    I try to always gain stage with hornet before nebula
     
  12. Hooman.Leys

    Hooman.Leys Producer

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    I agree with you,
    And yes the Siemens W259b has one of the smoothest eq on high frequency,
    I've got them both W295A & W295b, really good stuff:)
     
  13. Misterguywick

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    guys u need to try vcult program, very thick sound
     
  14. Lepow

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    ime it's the most sensitive when it comes to feeding it at -18dbfs
     
  15. groove

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    Ah ah for thé price and the quality of this you can make effort for buying this toy.. the world isn’t all free... if it’s me i don’t share with men who have nothing to share...
     
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    Give Airwindows Purest Gain a try for gain staging before your Nebula plugin, you might enjoy using it.

    https://www.airwindows.com/purestgain-vst/
     
  17. Olymoon

    Olymoon MODERATOR Staff Member

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    Rules are not needed for that. Writing thread title in caps is like going into a public place screaming...
    I suppose that you usually dont do that.
     
  18. Krugen

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    I suppose you are right. Although, may it be generally considered as screaming, you will have to agree it's not exactly the same thing, since you obviously do not hear text. Anyways, I will take notes and refrain from using caps for titles in here. I do not wish to annoy anybody :yes:
    In fact, If I knew how, I would edit the title myself and change it into minus letters
     
  19. No Avenger

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    On the right hand side above the title you see 'Thread Tools'. Hover with the mouse over the small arrow and click on 'Edit Title'. Simple as that.
     
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    it might be simple for long time users, but it's not really intuitive for new users! Thanks! I've edited the title. :wink:
     
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    With 'simple as that' I was referring to the procedure, not about finding it without a magnifying glass. :winker:
     
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