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Source Audio Ventris Dual Reverb

Two-channel Reverb Pedal
Published June 2018
By Paul White

Source Audio Ventris Dual Reverb

With two separate studio-quality reverb engines, this pedal isn’t only for guitar...

Compared with most reverb pedals, Source Audio ask a lot of money for their new Ventris Dual Reverb — but the price is more than fair, given that this is actually a serious, genuinely studio-quality reverb that has somehow been crammed into a pedal format. In fact, when you discover that the pedal actually houses two separate reverb processors, you might even come to the conclusion that Source Audio are selling it too cheaply! And that’s before you consider that, as well as the plentiful control via the front panel, there’s deeper geekery available courtesy of free MacOS and Windows editing software, as well as an imminent smartphone/tablet control app...

Overview

There’s a choice of 12 onboard reverb algorithms, which Source Audio call ‘Engines’. These are accessed via a rotary switch, and run on two independent 56-bit signal processors. Currently, this can be expanded to 14 Engines using the...

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Published June 2018