Next Silver plugin is Reverb?

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Igor
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Next Silver plugin is Reverb?

Post by Igor » Tue Sep 30, 2008 9:01 am

May be it's time to? It would be great. :D

Puranon
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Post by Puranon » Sat Oct 18, 2008 5:00 pm

If its not an emulation of a Lexicon, don't bother. There are enough Reverb plugs out there already.

MarcTale
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Post by MarcTale » Fri Dec 19, 2008 4:24 am

I never found a native PlugIn that´s really good.
So a Reverb would be perfect!

ostiknostis
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Post by ostiknostis » Tue Dec 23, 2008 1:23 pm

If you're using windows, I recommend giving "TILA" a try. It's a freeware reverb by a finnish coder that received a lot of praise and hype as soon as the first alpha versions were released..

Alas, I'm a mac user so I have to sit that one out.. But I want to endorse it nonetheless (Finnish DSP FTW!) :)

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Post by jjsr » Sun Dec 28, 2008 9:17 pm

after hearing decimort i would like an eq/filter thingy
or how abous a good tape/saturation effect to even some transient-rich material out?
greetz ***jjsr***

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Post by s-tek » Fri Jan 02, 2009 11:35 pm

jjsr wrote:or how abous a good tape/saturation effect to even some transient-rich material out?
YES! i wont it :lol:
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Post by savojr » Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:31 pm

ostiknostis wrote:If you're using windows, I recommend giving "TILA" a try. It's a freeware reverb by a finnish coder that received a lot of praise and hype as soon as the first alpha versions were released..

Alas, I'm a mac user so I have to sit that one out.. But I want to endorse it nonetheless (Finnish DSP FTW!) :)
Thanks for the tip! I didn't knew about it and i am from finland. Tried it and liked it. =)

I dont see that finnish DSP is anything uncommon. My creations are made with Jeskola BUZZ and it comes from FIN too.

And it was one of the first software "studios" at the end of the previous millennium.
Before that there was rebirth and audiosim but not too many realtime softsynths. Oh, and Seersystems Reality.

But i remember very well that time when there was couple softs to produce "analog like" samples offline.. . .

=)

Couple links.
http://a.33e.biz/ofiles/Buzzstuff/tilluscream.jpg (One of my trax and its "machine window" You can see BUZZ's own native plugin Oomeg agressor in the left side, which is its TB303 clone. Not as good as D16 or Audiorealism though.).
http://a.33e.biz/ofiles/Buzzstuff/nurinnarin.png (another).
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http://www.buzzmachines.com/

Jeskola BUZZ Official page.
http://www.jeskola.net/

BUZZ is free and works also as VST host.

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