Reverb (sort of).

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Reverb (sort of).

Postby jizzmaster2000 » Wed Jan 30, 2013 9:38 am

Just thought I'd share, trying to make reverb with the delay.
I found an unusual sound effect that sounded allright on a snare.
If you set both delay and predelay the same (if you push the encoder you can adjust more precise ) anywhere between about 18 to 35 and feedback for both @ about 200 ish.
Then send just a little of the snare to it, bring to the boil and wa la.
Try different settings yourself but I found it sounds better both delay times the same.
Please tell if you have any other ideas.
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Re: Reverb (sort of).

Postby acemonvw » Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:23 pm

Thanks for the suggestion!

Someone else posted this reverb setting below, and I emailed the info to myself (so I can't remember the original source unfortunately). I found it to be very useful, but would love to check out your setting when I get home!

Information:

"My reverb-"little delay" configuration with good results for me is:

PrDl:50
Time: 160
Feed: 100

Second Page

Sprd:255
PdFb:145
Rate:0
Depth:0

Env to part---->127."
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Re: Reverb (sort of).

Postby jizzmaster2000 » Thu Jan 31, 2013 8:55 am

Cool, I'll give that a go too.
Any idea how to do chorus? There is a mention of it in the manual but no explanation.
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