Making Crash DSP Reverb (reverb + feedback)

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Making Crash DSP Reverb (reverb + feedback)

Post by KoCha » Mon Aug 26, 2002 1:09 pm

When mixing at 12h... i have make beautifuly crash my snare with my "2024 Virtulazier DSP Pro"... <BR>I have sweeped up the snare on the eq on the input of my aux send. I have put the aux return of the reverb in to the aux send, but not too loud &#40;it's make an infinite loop so too loud it's crash with the noise of my connection&#41;. After that when i send the snare in the reverb it's make Thunder!!! not like the king... but that's sound great! <BR> <BR>I don't know if it work with all over reverb dsp/plugin... <BR> <BR>and i have just try this one time so... <BR> <BR>Jah Bless, <BR><A HREF="http://www.kocha.fr.st" TARGET="_top">KoCha</A>
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Making Crash DSP Reverb (reverb + feedback)

Post by KoCha » Tue Aug 27, 2002 6:44 am

I have try this an other time, and i have found that : <BR>It's important to modif the middle eq in the reverb loop. <BR>And make the loop close at the same time you send the snare in the reverb. <BR>Don't let the loop close too long... &#40;it's sound crapy&#41;. <BR> <BR>I think the freq you boost in the loop is amplified every time the sound pass thru the reverb. After some ms, the freq sature... <BR> <BR>Jah Bless, <BR><A HREF="http://www.kocha.fr.st" TARGET="_top">KoCha</A>
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Making Crash DSP Reverb (reverb + feedback)

Post by interruptor » Tue Aug 27, 2002 12:19 pm

yeah.. this technique is well known. check the paragraph "Reverb effect with a feedback loop" on the <A HREF="http://www.interruptor.ch/dub_fx.shtml">effects page</A> where yaniko described the exact same thing. it also works great to boost the mid/high frequencies in the feedback loop of a tape delay. <BR> <BR>respect <BR>the interruptor

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Making Crash DSP Reverb (reverb + feedback)

Post by KoCha » Tue Aug 27, 2002 4:06 pm

Lol,... it's exactelly that i have write.... &#40;i have just forgot to say that is hard to control ;-&#41; <BR> <BR>So i go get the time to read the entire page NOW! <BR> <BR>Jah Bless, <BR><A HREF="http://www.kocha.fr.st" TARGET="_top">KoCha</A>
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Making Crash DSP Reverb (reverb + feedback)

Post by KoCha » Tue Sep 03, 2002 2:48 pm

Just to say... It's work Too with a spring reverb! so i think with all reverb. <BR> <BR><A HREF="http://www.kocha.fr.st" TARGET="_top">KoCha</A>
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