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Looking for a special reverb plug in

Postby Natural Dissolve » Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:09 am

I'm looking for a reverb plug in that let's you place the sound in the stereo spectrum. I think it's so you can make it sound cool on headphones. Anyone have any idea what it might be called or who makes it?
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Re: Looking for a special reverb plug in

Postby Guest » Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:15 am

Natural Dissolve wrote:I'm looking for a reverb plug in that let's you place the sound in the stereo spectrum. I think it's so you can make it sound cool on headphones. Anyone have any idea what it might be called or who makes it?

There are many ways to place the sound in the stereo field. Do you know about the Haas effect etc?
Reverb gives depth to a sound.

What are you after exactly? Post some examples for us to listen to.
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Re: Looking for a special reverb plug in

Postby Natural Dissolve » Sat Feb 23, 2013 9:54 am

Sorry I should be more clear:

There is a plug in that I can't remember the name of.

It models a room and gives you a 3D model of the room. You can move the sound around the room with a little sphere. I just can't remember the name or the company that makes it.
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Re: Looking for a special reverb plug in

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Re: Looking for a special reverb plug in

Postby Natural Dissolve » Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:31 pm

Thank you. I think the waves one is the one I was thinking of. They all look good though. Have you, or anyone else tried any of these?
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Re: Looking for a special reverb plug in

Postby alexis » Sun Feb 24, 2013 10:27 pm

Natural Dissolve wrote:Sorry I should be more clear:

There is a plug in that I can't remember the name of.

It models a room and gives you a 3D model of the room. You can move the sound around the room with a little sphere. I just can't remember the name or the company that makes it.

I gotta ask ... does this little sphere help you only move it around the room left <--> right, or does it move it closer and farther away too?
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Re: Looking for a special reverb plug in

Postby Natural Dissolve » Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:16 pm

I think the point is so that you can move it to any point in the room on head phones. Left/right up down forwards backwards
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Re: Looking for a special reverb plug in

Postby Sam Inglis » Fri Mar 08, 2013 12:40 pm

If you can stretch to it, the Flux IRCAM Tools Spat is pretty amazing (and not just on headphones).
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Re: Looking for a special reverb plug in

Postby Martin Walker » Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:55 pm

Hi Natural Dissolve!

I've only just noticed that although you mentioned 'Waves' the product being linked to above is from 'Wave Arts', in which case I actually reviewed it for SOS way back in August 2006:

http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/aug06/a ... rsuite.htm

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It can be very effective, particularly with beyond the speakers, near/far, and doppler moving effects that can make you queazy, and there's a 30-day fully functional demo, so it's well worth a try in my opinion.


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