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Reverberate 2 - Life to an IR Reverb & Delay Plugins
Old 22nd June 2016
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Reverberate 2 - Life to an IR

Anyone here use Reverberate 2? How to generate more life/movement to an IR and make it even closer to the sound of the hardware?

We have many options with Reverberate, but what would be the coolest? Use two IR simultaneously, apply modulation (chorus), Sim-TS, etc? We can also apply a mod delay after it (Pro Tools). In the midst of so many options I walk a little lost.

Another thing that left me a little confused was the topology, I always use reverbs mono in/stereo out, most files are stereo (hardware emulations), the best option would also leave the topology in mono in/stereo out, true Stereo or parallel?

Cheers!
Old 22nd June 2016
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True stereo is better unless, well, you don't want true stereo. That one is easy.

But no one can give you the correct answer here. It's all subject to taste. Personally I like a lot of IR's as they are, especially the newer FIR Bricasti stuff that he has made available. I don't do much with them, they sound good to me. But adding chorus can be a nice effect, as can delay.

You should experiment and decide what sounds good to you.

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Anyone here use Reverberate 2? How to generate more life/movement to an IR and make it even closer to the sound of the hardware?

We have many options with Reverberate, but what would be the coolest? Use two IR simultaneously, apply modulation (chorus), Sim-TS, etc? We can also apply a mod delay after it (Pro Tools). In the midst of so many options I walk a little lost.

Another thing that left me a little confused was the topology, I always use reverbs mono in/stereo out, most files are stereo (hardware emulations), the best option would also leave the topology in mono in/stereo out, true Stereo or parallel?

Cheers!
Old 23rd June 2016
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I kind of remember Lexicon reverbs had some modulation in them. Avid added that to the D-verb plugin in ProTools. I actually wish I could shut it off in D-verb, because it makes loooooong reverbs go out of tune. It didn't used to do that.
Old 4th July 2016
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Guys, thank you for all the comments!
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