Joined: 20 Feb 2017 Posts: 1046 Location: Lorrez-Le-Bocage - France
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:50 pm Post subject:
Very good news to see you back, Charles. Always a pleasure to follow your ideas and tutorials.
Thank you. _________________ Kronos 2 73, Yamaha Montage 7, Behringer Deepmind 12, Moog Grandmother, Behringer Neutron, Studiologic Sledge 2
Joined: 06 Feb 2010 Posts: 930 Location: California
Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2020 11:14 pm Post subject:
I'm not sure you can answer but, as there's no such reverb in the Kronos, I wonder how to simulate a Spring Reverb, by using the existing algorythms ?
It would be very useful when playing guitar sounds.
Excellent question and one that I have thought of before. I’m not sure off-hand what exactly makes a spring reverb physically different, but we can guess that there is some regular sympathetic vibration from the spring that is related to it’s length and number of coils.
If I were to guess how to mimic that sympathetic resonance, I would say routing one of the reverb algorithms through STR-1 (set to a fixed pitch with slop) or a short mod delay should do the trick.
Again though, that is a guess. I would need to see what a spring reverb looks like through a spectrum analyzer... I was planning on sitting down and really figuring it out once I got to the reverb section of the effects list. _________________ paypal.me/CharlesFerraro
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