Great new technology advanced convolution

Discussion in 'Recording' started by siconova, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. siconova

    siconova Active Member

    Dec 1, 2009

    This is my first post but I'm always reading to this forum.. I just purchased a Software called Nebula, a relatively unknown plugin for PC that uses a technology similar to the Impulse response convolution but a lot more complex.. the reverbs sampled are superb, the EQ are really tasty, preamps shines. There is a lot more but give it a try there is a free version, but beware, the quality of the commercial version is a lot better. It's only 30 bucks..

    I hope that this contribution helps to those guys who are in a budget like I am..

  2. pmolsonmus

    pmolsonmus Well-Known Member

    Jun 23, 2003
    I'm very wary of a first-time poster (that allegedly spends a lot of time on this forum) suddenly posting a link for a "new" software he just discovered and purchased.

    I'm smelling a canned meat product! Especially with a subject title like the op has created.

    Also because there is apparently a 2 yr old discussion

    And this

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  3. siconova

    siconova Active Member

    Dec 1, 2009

    Not my intention pmolsonmus! Don't take it in that way.. It is just the first time I don't spend money in a 'miraclous' plugin without dissapointment and I wanted to share with others audio enthusiast .. in any case, try the free version, it is also a good tool and haves a lot of preset..

    Just peace and love,
  4. JoeH

    JoeH Well-Known Member

    Jun 22, 2004
    Philadelphia, PA/ Greenville, DE
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    This is (at least) the second post saying the same thing by you.

    I can understand enthusiasm and the desire to share a great product. We do it all the time here, esp if the gear/software has solved a particular problem for you or created something useful to share. Otherwise, it's just a veiled product plug.

    We GET IT; it's a good product and you like it. We GET IT.

    Enough already.

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