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Hey folks.. just wanted to share some creations with you..
and since my nsm soundcloud account is full to the brim and i am too much of a cheapskate to go premium, i continue with the history eraser button:
when i am fed up with making space music i sometimes do this:
or i go and make some elektrobass music:
Have an awesome evening! I know you will!
Hi guys, since we are nerds, lets get into nerd stuff
i'm trying hard to separate a reverb effect generated by a "chenille chorus ensemble" from its source,
but it can be the RV7000 or even a delay
i of course started to create a parallel stem, but the source is always there
like you scream on a mountain and you only hear your echo and not the screaming, i want this remaining sound
i know some gears and other software are doing that, was certain it was piece of cake with Reason but i spent almost a week trying,
any brohelp would be amazing and will get a free hug
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High quality real time reverb audio effect.
This app is the first in the AUFX series, a collection of simple and powerful audio effect apps.
• High quality 32-bit DSP engine.
• A multitude of parameters to tweak to get a wide range of sounds.
• Process hardware input/output
• Process other apps through Audiobus (input/filter/output slots supported).
• Ready for the future inter-app audio standard.
• Save and load user presets.
• Comes with several bundled presets.
• Fully MIDI controllable, including Virtual MIDI.
• Background Audio.
• Record the result directly in app.
• Email recordings or export to AudioShare audio document manager app.
• Access user presets and recordings through iTunes File Sharing.
For the most part I'm someone very much satisfied with software and digital solutions for effects, but there are a couple exceptions with hardware I want to eventually acquire, and both are quite expensive and/or rare. One is a Roland Space Echo tape delay unit, the other is a vintage spring reverb, specifically a Fisher SpaceXpander K10, a tube-driven unit which King Tubby made famous. It produces a long, spacey, almost water-drop sounding delay to percussion hits that is understandably hard to emulate with digital effects. I've also gathered this is something of an ironically unintended sound of early reverb units.
Here's a spacexpander in action:
Anyway, in the meantime...I seem to be hitting on a couple alternatives:
1. A company called Accutronics makes fairly inexpensive replacement tanks for guitar amps with spring reverb units. They have 3+ springs and single RCA jacks in and out. Has anyone every messed with these or built their own? I'm wondering if I can route one in and out with my audio interface alone (and back into my DAW). Or, as I am assuming, is some sort of amplifier/power source needed in-between or a custom unit to control the parameters or the signal? (If I keep typing speculative questions about electronics I'll just spew more ignorance...halp!)
2. I find a good VST in the meantime - looking here and elsewhere turned up kind of dry (pun intended) - dead links, unsatisfactory plugins or reaktor patches I can't use.
3. I use an cheap vintage 60s or 70s mixer with a built-in spring reverb. I've seen a couple on craigslist and ebay, might be the easiest solution as they are powered and have 1/4 jacks. Another more roundabout solution is finding a stereo component called a "reverberation amplifier" from the 60s or 70s, a Sansui RA-500 being an example.
Welcome to any suggestions and insights!
let's have a thread talking about different vocal fx.
How does one get that 'shiny' and 'silvery' sound that phil collins' voice had on "in the air tonight".
I know the male member of the knife often achieves that sound.
I'm especially goin for the sound of the voice in this track:
at 1:37, 'beyond the mental shell'
Also, I was wondering what kind of fx panda bear is using in 'rosie oh'