Reverb Recomendation

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Re: Reverb Recomendation

Postby RE301 » Mon Apr 25, 2016 4:47 pm

If looking for a hall as in for orchestral or sound design maybe the Tim Petherwick Tea Room could be interesting? Sounds fantastic & is a real
acoustic space..

Plus, as mentioned above there are the digital ones, but I don't know much about them though apparently the quality is excellent..
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Re: Reverb Recomendation

Postby xabilon » Mon Apr 25, 2016 6:18 pm

Be aware that Nebula is not true stereo, so for a realistic positionning you will probably need two instances, for right sources and left sources.
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Re: Reverb Recomendation

Postby mr harrison » Mon Apr 25, 2016 9:41 pm

ah ... i cant get enough of reverb threads - thanks for this one! ;)

great info about the different marvin gaye tracks too. obviously they are quite different in general not only the reverb. the "plate version" sounds more cleaned up and polished - not in a bad way tho!

i have a pretty serious reverb addiction (L*****n 480, 224xl, ams rmx 16, emt 246s, emt 140) but you can never have enough reverb!
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