Pacific Design

$5.50

Released on May 20, 2013.

Acustica Audio Nebula "preamp"/"console" style gain stage coloration programs based on the A Designs Pacifica stereo preamp.       

Measurement data was acquired via Prism Orpheus conversion, Vovox cables, Avedis Audio adapters, Rothwell attenuators, and the Creative Audio Labs MW1 Studio Tool.

Platform & Format Inclusions:

Acustica Audio Nebula

  • Version Required: Nebula 2 & 3 (commercial version ONLY) v1.3.504 and above
  • File Format: Program & Vector file pairs (.n2p, .n2v)
  • Sample Rate: 96 kHz (Nebula can re-sample internally to other rates)
  • 10 Kernel harmonic depth
  • GDRIVE+DRIVE gain structure control

Drive Programming:

Each program has a dual gain control, one for adjusting input/output levels (and subsequently where in the dynamic convolution set the audio will pass through), and one for increasing or decreasing harmonic saturation at the assigned level.

Programs:

Instrument
Instrument level and impedance signal fed the the Direct Inject input.

Instrument Cranked
Instrument level and impedance signal fed the the Direct Inject input, with a 10 dB static attenuator placed on the output and the gain raised to compensate.

Instrument Pad
Instrument level and impedance signal fed the the Direct Inject input, with the built in Pad activated and the gain raised to compensate.

Mic
Microphone level and impedance signal fed the the microphone input.

Mic Cranked
Microphone level and impedance signal fed the the microphone input, with a 10 dB static attenuator placed on the output and the gain raised to compensate.

Mic Pad
Microphone level and impedance signal fed the the microphone input, with the built in Pad activated and the gain raised to compensate.

Additional Resources:

PDF Manual


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