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midi_transmission
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181 posts since 13 Feb, 2013

Postby midi_transmission; Mon Apr 16, 2018 11:19 am Is there a really good Alesis Midiverb 2 emulation as a plugin?

Does anyone know one?
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VariKusBrainZ
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7984 posts since 16 Dec, 2002

Postby VariKusBrainZ; Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:01 pm Re: Is there a really good Alesis Midiverb 2 emulation as a plugin?

One here, no idea if its good though.
I would just buy one as theyre cheap enough.

http://www.longsound.de/html/en_vstfx.html
Neon Breath
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2859 posts since 15 Sep, 2010
As an emulation plugin I have no idea, but as convolution reverb yes some IR's do exist.

http://seaweedfactory.blogspot.ca/p/sam ... on_Alex_IR
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Acid Mitch
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Midi verbs are so cheap why wouldn't you just get one?
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soulone82
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Acid Mitch wrote:Midi verbs are so cheap why wouldn't you just get one?


My thoughts exactly.
No_Use
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2308 posts since 13 Mar, 2004
Acid Mitch wrote:Midi verbs are so cheap why wouldn't you just get one?


Not the OP, but hardware vs plugin is also a convenience thing imo.
(multiple instances, total recall, faster than realtime render)
Heartfeltdawn
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Postby Heartfeltdawn; Thu Apr 19, 2018 6:28 am Re: Is there a really good Alesis Midiverb 2 emulation as a plugin?

Acid Mitch wrote:Midi verbs are so cheap why wouldn't you just get one?


Space is at a premium for me so these IRs are a good compromise. Got some splendid SPX90 IRs last year as well.
midi_transmission
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Postby midi_transmission; Fri Apr 20, 2018 12:42 am Re: Is there a really good Alesis Midiverb 2 emulation as a plugin?

No_Use wrote:
Acid Mitch wrote:Midi verbs are so cheap why wouldn't you just get one?


Not the OP, but hardware vs plugin is also a convenience thing imo.
(multiple instances, total recall, faster than realtime render)


yes this.

I will have a look at the IR, thanks! But I fear that the lack of modulation due to the IR will make a difference compared to the device. But let's see. :)
Winstontaneous
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Postby Winstontaneous; Fri Apr 20, 2018 11:15 am Re: Is there a really good Alesis Midiverb 2 emulation as a plugin?

It's not a 1:1 emulation, but I believe the "Flow" algorithm in Audiority Xenoverb is Alesis-based.
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valhallasound
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3426 posts since 14 Nov, 2006, from Pacific NW

Postby valhallasound; Fri Apr 20, 2018 12:30 pm Re: Is there a really good Alesis Midiverb 2 emulation as a plugin?

midi_transmission wrote:
No_Use wrote:
Acid Mitch wrote:Midi verbs are so cheap why wouldn't you just get one?


Not the OP, but hardware vs plugin is also a convenience thing imo.
(multiple instances, total recall, faster than realtime render)


yes this.

I will have a look at the IR, thanks! But I fear that the lack of modulation due to the IR will make a difference compared to the device. But let's see. :)


No modulation in the Midiverb II reverbs. There are some modulation effects in there, but as far as I remember, all of the Midiverb II reverbs are time invariant.
midi_transmission
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Postby midi_transmission; Fri Apr 20, 2018 1:38 pm Re: Is there a really good Alesis Midiverb 2 emulation as a plugin?

Wow, what a super useful reply, valhallasound. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge in forums (and for your great reverbs and hassle free copy protection too :) ).

That means that IR's should work indeed fine to emulate the MIDIverb 2, when I understood it right.
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Audiority
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724 posts since 15 Nov, 2005, from Italy
Winstontaneous wrote:It's not a 1:1 emulation, but I believe the "Flow" algorithm in Audiority Xenoverb is Alesis-based.


sort of ;)
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Julien Unison
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Postby Julien Unison; Mon Apr 30, 2018 8:47 am Re: Is there a really good Alesis Midiverb 2 emulation as a plugin?

Midiverb II Impulses Responses (famous My Bloody Valentine's Bloom and reverse presets included) :

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rockstar_not
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4886 posts since 10 Aug, 2004, from Colorado Springs
Sold my Midiverb (don't know if it was version 2 or not) 19 years ago to help fund the purchase of a nice acoustic guitar. Otherwise I would give it to you for the price of shipping. I can't for the life of me think of any of the verbs being necessarily 'must have', but certainly you must have a reason to ask about it.

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DrReacto
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95 posts since 21 Apr, 2016, from US
Midiverb II did have some interesting patches. I liked the fast flange on it and patch #25. Can't recall what it was but I used that patch alot. If somebody wants wants real retro "character", go back to Midiverb I, which isn't even rack mounted and was more of a "noise-verb".

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