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A Second Reverb

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72versions72versions Auckland NZPosts: 25
edited November 2018 in Deluge Software Suggestions

Since 2.0 we have "30 - 50% or more improvement to CPU efficiency (i.e. more voices)."
Could we now have a second reverb?

  • one for tracks/master e.g. plate/small room
  • one for drums/samples e.g. large hall/chamber
Post edited by 72versions on

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  • 3
    amiga909amiga909 Central EuropePosts: 912

    always in for more fx.

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    mbangmbang Gothenburg, SwedenPosts: 60

    Yes more fx. The reverb is useful as is but since deluge is such a closed ecosystem it makes sense to improve the effects further. More reverbs and more delay options would be my #1.

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    sonicressonicres United KingdomPosts: 2

    absolutely essential I would say!

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    sonicressonicres United KingdomPosts: 2

    ,,,indeed, I was rather surprised at the limited FX structure - hopefully this will be developed soon?

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    jonesy101jonesy101 lodonPosts: 12

    Or just implement a render/bounce stem facility. That way Sythstrom can forget about FX upgrades forever as we can export our ideas to DAW for limitless FX options

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    NorisNoris AustriaPosts: 32

    Yeah, for my kind of music a second reverb is essential, too (at least a short one for drums and a big one for other stuff).

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    darenagerdarenager Between a rack and a hardware placePosts: 166

    +1 For more reverb and delay options.

  • 1
    poldensteinpoldenstein italyPosts: 39

    +1 more fx

  • 1
    monoseqmonoseq SwedenPosts: 7

    Maybe a nice shimmer?

  • 1
    FASTFAST CaliforniaPosts: 44

    The reverb needs a pre-delay.

  • 0
    udelugeudeluge germanyPosts: 41

    A convolution reverb that can use Impluse Responses (IR) would be nice.

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  • 0
    PhonicPhonic USAPosts: 11

    Does anybody know if there any way to make the reverb sound less metallic thru signal processing?

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    PhonicPhonic USAPosts: 11

    Dampening helps a fair bit

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    A second reverb in the effect chain is such a waste of resources. A reverb is the most expensive effect you can have. Better make the one reverb more versatile and better sounding.

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    rczrcz NYPosts: 63
    edited June 2019

    Personally I would love to see a convolution method replace what we have.

    Check out this open source one.
    http://www.nongnu.org/freeverb3/

    Just add a bunch of good impulses to the standard deluge library and it will easily blow away what we have. Maybe add per track input filters though.

    Not sure how cheaply you can really make them performance wise but why not shoot high?

    For real though the internal Fx are not the deluge's strong suit. Best results usually include recording with external fx.

    Post edited by rcz on
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    krunchrkrunchr Mainz, GermanyPosts: 70

    @Klaustrophil said:
    A second reverb in the effect chain is such a waste of resources. A reverb is the most expensive effect you can have. Better make the one reverb more versatile and better sounding.

    Exactly my opinion

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    manysoundsmanysounds The GunksPosts: 18

    Impulse verb would be excellent as a second option.
    Potentially processor expensive. Limiting a straight I/O file would help. -no stretching or anything

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    udelugeudeluge germanyPosts: 41

    @manysounds said:
    Impulse verb would be excellent as a second option.
    Potentially processor expensive. Limiting a straight I/O file would help. -no stretching or anything

    Or as first and only one!

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    magneticummagneticum Posts: 11
    edited July 2019

    Yes, pls. add a second reverb, I need it for mixing. Small reverb for drums and bass and Long one for synths. Also please add EQing for reverbs (and also as asked a width parameter for synth tracks).

    Post edited by magneticum on
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    andersschroderandersschroder copenhagenPosts: 8

    A per clip reverb. Just like how delay works.

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    OdoSendaidokaiOdoSendaidokai BerlinPosts: 226

    @magneticum said:
    Yes, pls. add a second reverb, I need it for mixing. Small reverb for drums and bass and Long one for synths. Also please add EQing for reverbs (and also as asked a width parameter for synth tracks).

    EQing would be great to get rid of the "metallic" ends.

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    WillWill Middle of NowHere, CanadaPosts: 148

    Totally agree - FX is a key area which could stand to be addressed.
    ...and if there were a quick, simple way to sync the delay time to BPM - that would be really helpful IMHO

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    rudolphrapidrudolphrapid Posts: 109
    edited February 20

    @Will said:
    ...and if there were a quick, simple way to sync the delay time to BPM - that would be really helpful IMHO

    If you set Sync on Delay the Rate is scaled to BPM changes, I think...

    Post edited by rudolphrapid on
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