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Earlier this year, we bought a vintage Lexicon Model 200 reverb that really shines on drums.
Normally we don't print hardware reverbs to our samples - dry sounds give you the most flexibility to create any reverb or space you desire. BUT. There is something really great about 1. Vintage hardware reverb and 2. Printing those spaces to the samples themselves, and loading them into your fave samplers.
So we ran the MS20, Linn LM1, a Siel MDP-40, Yamaha RX5, and a DD1 through the Model 200, and created a range of spaces with varying reverb lengths and pre-delays (which in turn adds a certain amount of rhythm to each hit).
The results are inspiring and fun, check em out.