The IGS Springtime is a 4-channel analog studio reverb built using pairs of springs. One short and one long pair. Every channel has separate wet and dry volume knobs. Also each channel has a 3 band EQ for the wet signal. The Springtime fills your room with sound. It glues your mix and enriches the individual tracks. It adds lovely warm color to the midrange. Without EQ, it sounds perfect. With EQ, you can add more definition if you need it.
I saw this thing... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QG38EWa6hRM IGS Springtime - sounds pretty cool in the demonstration
Hi Earlevel, thank you for your message which is spot on and in line what I always stated. Cloning these products neither harms the market value of the originals nor the synth industry. On the contrary, it all creates customer awareness and this enlarges the market for everyone. Just look how passionate people are about synths which...
...tanks I looked at (for a home build) are unbalanced on RCA: https://shop.fender.com/en-GB/parts/amp-controls-electronics/4-spring-8-ohm-spring-reverb-unit---4ab3c1b/0064063049.html?rl=en_US The best spring reverb I've heard is the IGS Springtime...tube-driven, line level for studio use with balanced I/O on XLR; and close, the Orange TremLord 30 amp, which may be unbalanced and not as 'hi-fi' as the Springtime but well-suited to instruments.
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