In this video, Marcus takes an in depth look at the Graphical User Interface of Nimbus, and talks about the general parameters found on the main screen.
Learn how to harness the power of keyboard shortcuts to blaze through presets, and the intelligent search options in Nimbus.
In this video, Marcus demonstrates how to use the Filters within Nimbus to contour and shape the sound of your reverb.
Learn how to use the built in tail suppression capabilities in Nimbus to apply ducking to your reverb.
Marcus demonstrates the different parameters available in the warp tab of Nimbus, what they do, and how to adjust them to add some character to your reverb sound.
In this video, Marcus goes through the remaining tabs of Nimbus including attack, tail, early, and the new tempo-sync options for pre-delay, and reverb delay.
Exponential Audio, makers of the highly acclaimed PhoenixVerb, have done it again, with NIMBUS, their next generation world-class DAW Reverb plug-in. Follow along with studio guru Marcus Huyskens and learn all of its features as well as how to use it on your tracks!
Marcus covers it all, including the new GUI, Search Option & Keyboard Shortcuts, using the Filters, Tail Suppression, Warp functions and much more.
See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you want to get the most out of NIMBUS, look no further, check out “Exponential Audio NIMBUS Explained” today!
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