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Re: AITB EAR Halls and Plates

Postby SWANG » Mon Dec 14, 2015 5:27 am

^yeah, i high and low pass reverbs almost everytime i use them. love that classic sound!
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Re: AITB EAR Halls and Plates

Postby RE301 » Tue Dec 15, 2015 2:06 pm

Are the plates from a digital unit or actually a physical plate?

Just curious - which in the EAR series are actual physical reverbs / chambers / spaces?
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Re: AITB EAR Halls and Plates

Postby evaderod » Tue Dec 15, 2015 11:25 pm

RE301 wrote:Are the plates from a digital unit or actually a physical plate?

Just curious - which in the EAR series are actual physical reverbs / chambers / spaces?


All EAR line are from a Digital unit .

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Re: AITB EAR Halls and Plates

Postby Mysterygrimms » Wed Dec 16, 2015 11:40 pm

basaristudios@gmail.com wrote:Holy Smokes! I installed now, i own many high End Reverb Plugins, some as much as 20-30 times the prices of EAR. You know, its one of those times when you switch a plugin on and after the first bar you say ,,yea, that was it''. So far tried it on Snares and Drums, i have no words. FLOCK! I do not own any other Nebula Reverbs, only these but damn it. Add to that VEPRO that i just bought and i can open as many instances i want.


You were able to buy the E.A.R. bundle? I wonder if it's still 47.98 euro. Thats the price it was back in 2013, should of bought the E.A.R. complete back then. Also, I highly recommend you get VNXT's reverbs. All of them. No words for how good his libraries are. Thanks for your post though. ;)
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Re: AITB EAR Halls and Plates

Postby leegmoore » Thu Dec 17, 2015 12:06 am

I got all excited when I saw this thread thinking the AITB store was back up and running. I guess not :(

I do classical voice, singer/songwriter, classical piano, and ambient george winston-y piano. The right reverb is so critical. I use to spend hours and hours much time tweaking reverb buses with convolution, bricasti IR's, EQ, chorus, stereo spreaders, ect always somewhere between very dissatisfied to vaguely dissatisfied. L*****n PCM tamed my reverb OCD by offering great reverb sounds much easier.

Anyone compared AITB EAR Halls and Plates to L*****n PCM?
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Re: AITB EAR Halls and Plates

Postby basaristudios@gmail.com » Thu Dec 17, 2015 3:43 am

I had the EAR from before, i do not know the price now.
I want the VNXT too...AITB Store will be up soon i think.
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Re: AITB EAR Halls and Plates

Postby RE301 » Thu Dec 17, 2015 11:10 am

evaderod wrote:
RE301 wrote:Are the plates from a digital unit or actually a physical plate?

Just curious - which in the EAR series are actual physical reverbs / chambers / spaces?


All EAR line are from a Digital unit .

Regards


Thnx!
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Re: AITB EAR Halls and Plates

Postby Mordus » Thu Dec 17, 2015 5:14 pm

leegmoore wrote:Anyone compared AITB EAR Halls and Plates to L*****n PCM?

L****** PCM sounds like a plastic toy compared to EAR.
Completely different worlds. Light years away from any other reverberation plugin.
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Re: AITB EAR Halls and Plates

Postby Vando » Thu Dec 17, 2015 5:34 pm

Have you checked Tim Petherick's Tea Room?
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Re: AITB EAR Halls and Plates

Postby Mordus » Thu Dec 17, 2015 6:45 pm

Vando wrote:Have you checked Tim Petherick's Tea Room?

sure! ... a great sounding reverb too.
A very natural sense of space. I suppose it could work very good in a classical recording/setup. At least it does in acoustic jazz...

Good point ;)
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