Cruel Hoax Posted August 9, 2004 Share Posted August 9, 2004 So, my buddy and I were talking about the dismal qualities of Nuendo's Reverb A (harsh) and Reberb B (muddy). He says he remembers an article by Anderton a while back with a trick combining he two, filtering out the highs for 'Verb A, and the lows for 'Verb B, or some such technique, with Anderton saying it rivals any hardware 'verb he's used. Powerful words, from a reviewer I trust as motivated by ears, not advertiser concerns. After fruitless googling and searching musicplayer.com and eqmag.com, I'd like to politely ask if Craig could see his way clear to enlightening us a bit in the details of this technique. Me myself, when given a "cheap" verb to use, often use 2 or more instances of it, with the first acting as an early-reflection-generator, and subsequent instances acting as diffusors, then back-of-the-hall-erators. (Yep, them's tech-nickle terms! Yee-haw!) Many thanks for your consideration toward a new guy with a low post count. -Hoax Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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