Blue 1102


This eq is Insprired upon the module originally found in the 8*68 console, It has the characteristics of a 1*73 with added Frequency’s in the High band and a added  High-Q mid range. The character is broad, making it a great general mixing eq, Classic curves and huge tone, The sound of a classic!

As in all samplings we used a proper designed (Raw State) power supply, this affects the sound of the unit, giving a better sense of space and detail. These modules originally have no line input when used by themselves, Sampling this unit was achieved by a modifying the unit that enabled us to create a proper Line input. I’ve Insured minimal ringing on samples to achieve Ultimate punch and clarity!


  • High shelf 10, 12, 16khz
  • Mid band ,350, 700,1600, 2700, 3200, 4800, 7200 hz
  • Low Shelf 35, 60, 110, 220 hz
  • Combined Filters High pass- 45, 70, 160 and 360hz. Lowpass- 18, 14, 10,  8 and 6khz

Line/pre 10 kernals.

  • Sample rates 44.1, 48 ,88.2 and 96khz
  • Dynamically sampled
  • Clean versions for lower cpu
  • N4 and N3 JPN skins


In use

You can find this eq under B02 in the nebula menu

Add a pre/line to the the channel you wish to eq, This gives the classic transformer tone in the high mids. Next add eq a clean or distortion kernal instances to the channel after the Pre/line, try to a add a distortion kernal instance at the end of the chain. The eq has been sampled in a way that we’ve bypassed the rise in the mids found in the pre/line instance, this means you can keeps adding instances without the worry of this build up in the high mids.


Pre/line> Low Clean>High shelf7k

Pre/line>Filter>Low shelf Clean>Mid clean> High 7K

Pre/line>Filter 4k

1102 eq low shelf



mid band 1102 High shelf 1102 eq





Please insure you have the latest vesion of nebula installed.

Nebula Setups Users

must be saved into \Thumbnails\Skins\’ sub-folder of the Nebula
Setups common folder.

Windows 7 c:\Users\{username}\AppData\Roaming\Zabukowski\Nebula Setups\
Windows XP c:\Documents and Settings\{username}\Application Data\
Mac OS X /users/{username}/library/Application Support/Zabukowski/Nebula Setups