[PD] Skilled Pd reverb person wanted
padawan12 at obiwannabe.co.uk
Thu May 8 11:41:42 CEST 2008
It's really not bad at all imho. The colour matches fairly
well with the Freeverb. I think freeverb is oversampled more (haven't
seen the source but my ears say it has clearer top and air)
The density is the difference, it's similar, but not as tight
as the freeverb. Actually prefer your pureverb, I like looser
reverbs for musical applications. What's missing imho is a predelay
for ERs and a simple 2nd order damping lowpass - generally the
problem with the freeverb alg is it's always too lively and close -
sometimes you want a dark and spacious effect.
On Thu, 8 May 2008 18:01:08 +0900
"hard off" <hard.off at gmail.com> wrote:
> now with stereo.
> bad news: to my ears it doesn't sound anywhere near the same
> as the pd freeverb~ implementation. i just compared them, and it's chalk
> and cheese.
> BUT, as a reverb it does sound pretty good.
> my guess is that the pd implementation is probably a bit weird compared to
> the original freeverb.
Use the source
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