Tim's Nebula Library production method is to capture vintage and rare analog equipment whilst paying careful attention to sampling technique. So far, this has resulted in some of the most punchy "Nebulized" examples on the market.
Platinum Producers Series: At first glance, Gene Lennon might appear an unlikely developer of digital products. He continues to use a large format Neve console and a room full of classic analog outboard gear in his New York area production studio. But Gene's digital roots go deep. In 1979 (before the CD was launched), he was Head Engineer at the first all digital mutli-track studio in NY, using the areas first full digital system, a 32-track recorder, mixdown and editing system built by the 3M corporation. Even prior to that he was involved in experimental 2-track digital recordings featured in what wast the foremost national hi-fi periodical at the time, Audio Magazine. He went on to beta test for the pre-release of Sound Tools, the predecessor to Pro Tools, and has worked with several other digital developers over the years. Gene has fully embraced Nebula, first as a user and later as a developer. He is currently focused on high-end reverb systems, but with a large selection of classic hardware to choose from, his intentions are to extend his offerings in the near future.