Again thanks, purchased on your recommendation and your guitar samples. The description of the TankVerb made me think its odd and very different, but your samples shows that they are useful, and great sounding. Thanks for the link and effort.
Really old-school. Like almost out of tune, noisy Strat (yes, a real 1979 one), run through an old tube amp (untweaked, just fired it up), and recorded through 3 quickly set-up ribbon mics, dry-no verb. So excuse the messiness, but it truly makes the prests shine!!
I had an email from Niklas telling me that the Win 32 bit installer was acting up... I try to install Phonocamptica but I got the same problem than other users and I'm on 64 bit Win 7. Do you guys find a way to install it ? The downloads seems complete,I downloaded it 2 times without success...
As for the unit sampled for those interested it's a mix of M2000 & M4000 (Phonocamptica).
The AITB crew is mad busy,so I too, will be patient and will not be on their a$$.Any advice installation trick is welcome
EDIT : I forget to mention that AITB was working on it and everything should be fixed this weekend.Patience...
This (Phonocamptica) is a great library. It sounds big , lush and expensive. However, some presets comes with too long tail. Is there a way to shorten tails in mast page or can presets be defined with lengths such as 1.0 sec, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5 etc.?
I am looking forward to the update of the FULL version, as some (a few) presets in the current version are a bit noisy even with input level way down, and output level compensated. I know the dev team are working hard on this, and I am really looking forward for the final release. Great work!
you can change the length on the kern-page, like every reverb-program inside Nebula!
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you can also find this info in the manual (Page 07).
It is not excactly noise, it is the interpolation of the reverb-tails, which also have high-frequency content in the later part of the tails, you can tweak this more with the FREQD and FADE parameter to match your source-material.