BA 12

$5.25

Released on May 20, 2013.





OwnHammer Nebula libraries were developed and released from 2011 to 2013 for the commercial Nebula 3 plugin, version 1.3.504. At the time of release, this library was tested extensively by a multi-faceted beta group, verified unanimously by the user community following public availability, and proven to operate with 100% functionality within its design specification. Due to the age of this content, it is now considered END-OF-LIFE and provided UNSUPPORTED by OwnHammer. Any ability or inability for the files to operate correctly is PURELY a function of (1) proper installation, configuration, and operation on the part of the user and (2) the Nebula version being used having backwards-compatibility for libraries generated with this version of the program compiler.

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The "BA-12" library contains Acustica Audio Nebula preamp/console style gain stage coloration programs based on the BAE 312a preamp.

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





Drive Configuration:

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 (5):
  • Instrument
    Instrument level and impedance signal fed to the Direct Inject input.

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

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

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





  • Compatible Platform: Nebula by Acustica Audio
  • Nebula Version Required: Nebula 2 & 3 (commercial version ONLY) v1.3.504 and above
  • File Inclusions: 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







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