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Karin H
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Reverb

Post by Karin H » Tue Feb 28, 2017 5:59 am

I'm recording folkmusic and specially violin and accordion.
I have problem with finding à reverb that makes booth violin and accordeon to sounds good.
Can you give me some suggestion on wich reverb I can use?
Karin

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Re: Reverb

Post by mtingle » Tue Feb 28, 2017 6:30 am

The new Fabfilter pro-R is excellent and a fraction of the price of the desktop version. Available in the Auria store, well worth the investment.

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Re: Reverb

Post by Gary » Tue Feb 28, 2017 9:48 am

Pro R is awesome. Also check out Altispace Convolution.

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Re: Reverb

Post by pitzipado » Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:27 pm

Karin H wrote:I'm recording folkmusic and specially violin and accordion.
I have problem with finding à reverb that makes booth violin and accordeon to sounds good.
Can you give me some suggestion on wich reverb I can use?
Karin
Hello- I would add an enthusiastic endorsement for pro R You can dial up very nice
subtle rich ambience for live monitoring at low latency(I'm on an air2). I record primarily
voice and acoustic instruments often in a dead room the fabfilter reverb gives the
sounds a zesty enhancement I find helpful for performance. Enough core processor
left to run pro Q2 and a bit of channel strip compression I am enjoying this new
plugin. Another great deal within the great deal that is Auria :D

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Re: Reverb

Post by Karin H » Tue Feb 28, 2017 1:18 pm

Thank you for answers.
Have now bought and used Pro R.
Just wath I was looking for, a wonderful reverb!!!

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