Effectively, yes. Particularly at larger distances and exaggerated "Time Delta" values. And the two additional modes in the next update can exaggerate this even more.jbraner wrote: ↑Tue Mar 19, 2019 1:40 amThis has probably been covered earlier in the thread - but it's a lot to search through.
I'm finding that a bass guitar sounds good running through Precedence only (no other reverb). Can I think of this like "ER only" or some kind of "ambience"?
I'm using an angle of 0 and distance around 10 and it just adds a little "place" to the sound.
Bass sounds where one does not typically use lots of reverb (at least in contemporary music styles) is a great option to try such things, yes sir.
Precedence will also tend to keep bass frequencies mostly in phase unless you use extreme distance, angle, or width. The width/spaciousness effect here will mostly change the harmonics of the signal, which can be quite nice while still keeping the bass sitting well in the mix.
Be sure to click on the "Variation Randomize" dice icon on the right a few times to try different variations of this general technique to find one that gives the exact balance of width you are looking for on your particular content. There are at least 2^3072 to choose from. If you try them all you get a prize.