This is a mojo set sampling of a vintage RLand Vocoder. This is just the hardware sonic footprint without any effect. Use with a plugin to add a little analog flavour espacially on instruments requiring a bit of mid range help. ( WHAT IS A MOJO SET? A common complaint facing Nebula users is the GUI and the workflow which may require a number of steps that an algorithmic plugin simply avoids. For example, to get more than one band of equalisation in most cases you need multiple instances of the plugin and the bands don’t always interact like the hardware would. But the sound is stellar. You also have a limited level of dynamic levels with eqs in a lot of cases.
A common complaint of accurate algorithmic plugin emulations is that they possess the correct curves of an eq but lack the warmth, depth and 3 D qualities that the hardware does. In other words the mojo. They have fully interacting bands and often an accurate GUI that people are familiar with.
The Mojo series are samplings to give you the tone of the hardware that allows for a hybrid approach . Simply put, with Eqs and compressors you can use your favourite emulation plugin to control the action and curves and just use my presets to add the much needed clarity, 3D quality, dynamics, warmth etc. It is my attempt to allow you to use your favourite plugin but to add the mojo that plugins lack.