APEq Collection

The APEq Collection is our new, revamped collection of Nebula presets - based on an EQ that played a major part in music recording history in the USA during the 60's and 70's.

After years of experience with that wonderful EQ and having developed a very successful and widely loved emulation of it, the "APE Channel", we have decided to create a successor to this famous library that draws from the same great tone, but takes it to a new level of sonic richness.

True to our motto, "Making good things better", we kept the best elements of the APE Channel and added many new and improved features. This final library now includes a number of improvements, including 3 different versions of the EQ:

The first is sampled using more transparent converters, while the second is sampled using a slightly more colored A/D converter and a different EQ module of the same brand. The 3rd version has been sampled as part of an analog chain, so its sound is based not only on the EQ, but on a preamp as well (same manufacturer, legendary 2520 op-amps). Last but not least, we listened to our customer’s requests and added a new set of "Combo" presets.

Whatever version you prefer, you now have more sonic options, and what we think is the closest thing to real hardware money can buy. With these final results, AITB has raised the bar for Nebula EQ libraries once again!

Library Details

57 presets. 9 main EQ programs with variations, 8 combos and 4 a bonus of preamp programs


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System Requirements

PC: Nebula2, Nebula3 or Nebula3PRO/Server with installed commercial license - 32/64 Bit
Mac: Nebula3PRO/Server with installed commercial license - 32/64 Bit

User Reviews

"I've checked for several days Your APEQ and have to say that quality wise I was floored by this release.
It's by far m favourite API eq recreation in digital world ever!"
- Michał Lipiński // Lipiński Studio (Poland)

"On the APEq Collection I particularly like the fact that I can switch peak/shelf on the same program.
That's to me a big plus when compared to libraries from other programmers."
- Jérôme Keller (Swiss)

"I liked the original APE Channel library, but this is really kicking up the quality quite a bit. [...] I am loving it!" - Rich Prewett (United States)