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Lower bandwidth...on Valhalla Vintage verb

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sergiofrias
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225 posts since 22 May, 2009, from Portugal,Azores (faial island)

Postby sergiofrias; Thu Jan 24, 2013 12:46 pm Lower bandwidth...on Valhalla Vintage verb

Hello Sean,thank you for another great reverb,would it be possible to incorporate a optional sampling rate of 20 khz? being the bandwidth at + - 8.2 Khz,(as you know)that was the bandwidth of the original L.224 ,i measured your plugin and the bandwidth was at 11.2 Khz(doesn't give the exact color :wink:).

thank you !

Sérgio Frias
...want to know how to program great synth sounds,check my video tutorials: http://www.youtube.com/user/sergiofrias25
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Postby Sequent; Thu Jan 24, 2013 12:59 pm

What one could do is have multiple bandwidth selections to match the various bandwidths on different kinds of vintage gear. So, you could have maybe two or three to choose from. I'm not sure whether that's a practical idea in the real world though... e.g. I'm not a programmer.
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valhallasound
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2828 posts since 14 Nov, 2006, from Pacific NW

Postby valhallasound; Thu Jan 24, 2013 6:16 pm

sergiofrias wrote:Hello Sean,thank you for another great reverb,would it be possible to incorporate a optional sampling rate of 20 khz? being the bandwidth at + - 8.2 Khz,(as you know)that was the bandwidth of the original L.224 ,i measured your plugin and the bandwidth was at 11.2 Khz(doesn't give the exact color :wink:).

thank you !

Sérgio Frias


Adding a new parameter = redesigning the GUI. Huge amount of work. Involves redesigning every reverb mode to accommodate the new filter. Not gonna do it.

Adding a new reverb mode with a brickwall filter set at 8.2 kHz = not a big deal.

There are 8 reverb modes in VintageVerb, and 16 slots to put reverb modes into. So a Concert Hall with an 8.2 kHz brickwall filter, some internal nonlinearity, and modulation that has more "noise" and less "pitch," would be a good future candidate for expansion. I'll think about it.

Sean Costello
sergiofrias
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225 posts since 22 May, 2009, from Portugal,Azores (faial island)

Postby sergiofrias; Sat Jan 26, 2013 2:03 pm

valhallasound wrote:
sergiofrias wrote:Hello Sean,thank you for another great reverb,would it be possible to incorporate a optional sampling rate of 20 khz? being the bandwidth at + - 8.2 Khz,(as you know)that was the bandwidth of the original L.224 ,i measured your plugin and the bandwidth was at 11.2 Khz(doesn't give the exact color :wink:).

thank you !

Sérgio Frias


Adding a new parameter = redesigning the GUI. Huge amount of work. Involves redesigning every reverb mode to accommodate the new filter. Not gonna do it.

Adding a new reverb mode with a brickwall filter set at 8.2 kHz = not a big deal.

There are 8 reverb modes in VintageVerb, and 16 slots to put reverb modes into. So a Concert Hall with an 8.2 kHz brickwall filter, some internal nonlinearity, and modulation that has more "noise" and less "pitch," would be a good future candidate for expansion. I'll think about it.

Sean Costello


thank you Sean, can't wait for those future expansions :)
...want to know how to program great synth sounds,check my video tutorials: http://www.youtube.com/user/sergiofrias25

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