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Bricasti reverb sound in the box?

VST, AU, etc. plug-in Virtual Effects discussion

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1661 posts since 7 Feb, 2007

Postby Tp3; Fri Jan 25, 2013 9:50 am

TheoM wrote::bang:

The notion of "options" works like a potion of distortions
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Postby Tp3; Fri Jan 25, 2013 9:53 am

TheoM wrote:Casey of Bricasti himself guided me to what he thinks is the best set of impulses, which remember, will be static and the reverb itself is obviously not going to be very editable but he says they sound great.. are you interested in those? i can go through my pm's and find the link

Not really the case with Reberberate's true stereo presets... (AFAIK)
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Postby TheoM; Fri Jan 25, 2013 7:55 pm

"Just call me shitload, cause I own a shitload of plugins!"
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683 posts since 7 Dec, 2008, from Global Cowboy

Postby digitalboytn; Fri Jan 25, 2013 9:32 pm

Galbanum wrote:Of course it is "possible"... Why does it matter if your "box" is in the shape of 19" rack space or a workstation computer?

The only thing that matters is sustained FLOPs of the system (which is a function of CPU and memory sub-systems speeds). If the commodity computer can process at least as many FLOPs as some illustrious black box, then (the digital aspect of) the process can be exactly the same. Math is math. Multiplication and addition don't care if they are inside your computer or inside your rack...

There never was an analog algo reverb AFAIK.... Artificial reverb has always been a digital process. The only thing that really matters is how good your algorithm is... Not what does the processing or what shape your box is.

One could argue that the analog components of such as system such as a AD and DA converters add something. That's a valid point, though likely/arguably a very minor one...

For the record the M7 IS a pretty damn good algorithm. For sake of argument, one could argue that none of the rest of us are smart enough to design such an algorithm for plug-in use. But the simple counter-argument to this logic, is simply: Casey could himself if he liked, make the M7 in plug-in form... It would run just fine, so long as the given computer can provide enough sustained FLOPs...

I like the way that Andrew's brain works...

Logical and straight foward...

He's super smart too :wink:
Sorry - I don't use auto-tune....
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Postby standalone; Sat Jan 26, 2013 1:24 am

Tp3 wrote:
TheoM wrote:Care to share said presets?

They're on Samplicity's site...

Yes they are included in the download along with the true stereo impulses, if I remember it well.
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Postby markanini; Sat Jan 26, 2013 9:30 am

What a nice find.

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