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#474331 09/26/02 07:21 PM
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HI all,

I do a fair amount of drum tracking for albums and movie soundtracks at my home studio. I track directly into PT HD using Dakings, API...i ususually send the producer a stereo mix of my tracks until they approve it, then i send out all the seperate tracks.
I'm looking for a great reverb, wich , i'll will dedicate mainly for drums...any recommandations...i've tried all the plug-ins for Mix and HD ( Reverb one, TC-Megaverbs, Lexiveb, D-verb, Realverb ..) but not too impressed so far.
Oddly, I find the older hardware unit still sounding better than most of these plug-ins ( Rev-7, SPX-990, PCM-70 )....Anyways...any recommandations ?? Thanks.

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I think you kind of answered your own question. If the hardware boxes sound better than the plugz, use the hardware.


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If you've got Reverb One, you should give it another shot. I go to this every time for drums. I start with a plate or a hall depending on need, but it takes some significant tweaking to get what I like in the end.


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