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Re: Reverb 480 - signaltonoize

Postby rhythminmind » Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:30 pm

bottom1 wrote:So... would you suggest adding an instance of Reverb prior to your Reverb, to address pre-delay. For example, setup a reverb with a totally dry setting and adjust the pre-delay (ms) prior to hitting yours... If soo... how should we tweak the MAST settings (would this cause any probs to the tails)... Obviously we could print the FX's and nudge it, and automate the verb...

Can the Drive button be configured to in increments of 10 ms up to say maybe 120 ms?

Just wondering... I've purchase your Libraries, but haven't had a chance to check them out... If this has been addressed, please disregard my post.


The programs will have the pre-delay of the captured preset.
If you want to add more pre-delay I would use a simple sample delay infront of the verb. Most hosts come stock with one. Or a track offset. Stacking 2 verbs could change the sound a lot & get muddy. If you know what your doing it could be done for sure, but might be a resource hog.
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Re: Reverb 480 - signaltonoize

Postby rhythminmind » Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:36 pm

FYI - NuGen lineup is a great free utility for this.
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Re: Reverb 480 - signaltonoize

Postby rhythminmind » Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:39 pm

I'm a bit curious & feel a bit obligated for better or worse to speak whats on my mind for a moment.
FYI - My thoughts are strictly intended & focussed on music/audio improvement.
Now I love the 480L & it has it's place with many things. I otherwise wouldn't of sampled it. It's a very VERY valuable great sounding tool.
I'm a no BS type of guy. I use the best tools I have available for whatever the task is at hand. I've noticed a slanted popularity towards the 480 over the 6K/3K programs.
The 480 is an iconic device. Many people have mental associations do to the hype it has received over the many years & don't really question or in this case listen.
I'm very fortunate to be able to use the the best hardware verbs on a daily bases. I have had the chance to get know what these guys can add to a signal/performance.
Technology has improved drastically over the 20 year or so gap between say the 480 & the 6000. If I had to only pick one it would be the 6000 hands downs. The 480 is really great on select sources but the 6000 is an all around workhorse x10.
All in all I would just like to recommend that you use your ears when deciding on a tool.
Ok sorry for the distraction, on with the show :)
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Re: Reverb 480 - signaltonoize

Postby SWAN » Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:20 am

rhythminmind wrote:I'm a bit curious & feel a bit obligated for better or worse to speak whats on my mind for a moment.
FYI - My thoughts are strictly intended & focussed on music/audio improvement.
Now I love the 480L & it has it's place with many things. I otherwise wouldn't of sampled it. It's a very VERY valuable great sounding tool.
I'm a no BS type of guy. I use the best tools I have available for whatever the task is at hand. I've noticed a slanted popularity towards the 480 over the 6K/3K programs.
The 480 is an iconic device. Many people have mental associations do to the hype it has received over the many years & don't really question or in this case listen.
I'm very fortunate to be able to use the the best hardware verbs on a daily bases. I have had the chance to get know what these guys can add to a signal/performance.
Technology has improved drastically over the 20 year or so gap between say the 480 & the 6000. If I had to only pick one it would be the 6000 hands downs. The 480 is really great on select sources but the 6000 is an all around workhorse x10.
All in all I would just like to recommend that you use your ears when deciding on a tool.
Ok sorry for the distraction, on with the show :)


haha - I like the honesty!

But perhaps it is worth emphasising the quality of the 6000 against the status of the 480...

But I will be getting a bit of both... 8-)
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Re: Reverb 480 - signaltonoize

Postby burnsound » Thu Jun 10, 2010 1:19 am

rhythminmind wrote:I'm a bit curious & feel a bit obligated for better or worse to speak whats on my mind for a moment.
FYI - My thoughts are strictly intended & focussed on music/audio improvement.
Now I love the 480L & it has it's place with many things. I otherwise wouldn't of sampled it. It's a very VERY valuable great sounding tool.
I'm a no BS type of guy. I use the best tools I have available for whatever the task is at hand. I've noticed a slanted popularity towards the 480 over the 6K/3K programs.
The 480 is an iconic device. Many people have mental associations do to the hype it has received over the many years & don't really question or in this case listen.
I'm very fortunate to be able to use the the best hardware verbs on a daily bases. I have had the chance to get know what these guys can add to a signal/performance.
Technology has improved drastically over the 20 year or so gap between say the 480 & the 6000. If I had to only pick one it would be the 6000 hands downs. The 480 is really great on select sources but the 6000 is an all around workhorse x10.
All in all I would just like to recommend that you use your ears when deciding on a tool.
Ok sorry for the distraction, on with the show :)


Sorry dude- I just don't dig on the TC verbs, never have. The Lex mix better for my uses- orchestral sample libraries.

For rock stuff I used to like the Klark Teknik Dn780.
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Re: Reverb 480 - signaltonoize

Postby rhythminmind » Thu Jun 10, 2010 1:27 am

I've been curious about the Klark Teknik. I have one of there older 4 channel compressors. Great box. My goto drumbuss comp before the overstayers.
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Re: Reverb 480 - signaltonoize

Postby bottom1 » Thu Jun 10, 2010 2:38 am

I guess it really depends on the type of music the person is producing or typically mix (in my case it's Rap and R&B)... I'm more into Rooms and Plates... but I'm a delay freak...

As for your reply to my earlier post, when I stated using a verb instance in front of your... the first verb would've had a 100% dry setting where only the pre-delay would've been adjusted...

Regardless, thanks for your contribution... I'm going to mess around with them tonight...

If you sampled the Briscati... I'm sure your sales would be crazy...
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Re: Reverb 480 - signaltonoize

Postby rhythminmind » Thu Jun 10, 2010 3:01 am

The M7 when it hits nebula will most likely be free.
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Re: Reverb 480 - signaltonoize

Postby cdsoundmaster » Thu Jun 10, 2010 5:17 am

The arrangement for the Bricasti is already in place. It will be free, and it is already arranged with Casey.
rhythminmind wrote:The M7 when it hits nebula will most likely be free.
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Re: Reverb 480 - signaltonoize

Postby himhui » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:29 am

The plate of 480 is pretty cool but I like the hall of K6 much more

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