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    Reverb? Reverb? Reverb?

    Just for starters, for PC we have....
    Rverb (Waves)
    Hyperism
    Sblive (Card)
    Timeworks
    TC Works
    Gstudio\'s verb
    ETC., ETC.,

    1. NONE OF THE ABOVE ARE GREAT, BUT WHICH IS THE BEST?
    2. ANY REALLY SUPER EFFECTS CARD FOR PC COMING DOWN THE PIKE?

    John GRant http://www.mp3.com/stations/bach_wtc_1_part1 http://www.mp3.com/stations/wtc2

    [This message has been edited by john g (edited 02-22-2002).]

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    Re: Reverb? Reverb? Reverb?

    If you\'re budget strapped then go for Silverspike\'s reverb. Its a brilliant piece of software design that offers outstanding results for just $39. I find I\'m using it more than my pcm90!!.

    I\'ve always quite liked waves rennaissance reverb and the cakewalk soundstage too.

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    Re: Reverb? Reverb? Reverb?

    Waves Renaissance verb is a fantastic verb for PC. Its got great depth and warmth. Much better then the TC verb IMHO.

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    Re: Reverb? Reverb? Reverb?

    I agree with you about Rverb v.s. TCverb: Rverb\'s a lot better.

    I used to think Rverb was the best soft verb going. But I\'m starting to like Sblive verb better than the lot, which may only show that I\'m getting desparate.

    Verb is the single most important effect, IMO. It can make or break a good solo piano cut.

    You\'d think someone would dedicate a pc card to verb. Many folks like me would pay for something really good.

    jg


    [This message has been edited by john g (edited 02-22-2002).]

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    Re: Reverb? Reverb? Reverb?

    Are there still problems with UAD?

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    Re: Reverb? Reverb? Reverb?

    Does anybody can explain me why hardware reverb devices are usually considered as better than software one? Is there a reason for this?

    Martin

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    Re: Reverb? Reverb? Reverb?

    Waves and Soundstage. I also like Accustic Mirror.

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    Re: Reverb? Reverb? Reverb?

    Hi John,

    You should be able to use UAD with CuBase. I know many folks use it with Logic. Remember though that generally you need to record the performance in MIDI then record the audio into your sequencer and then use the UAD for effects during mixing.

    Steve http://www.mp3.com/stevechandler
    aka Ettienne http://www.mp3.com/ettienne

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    Re: Reverb? Reverb? Reverb?

    So I guess UAD would work with Wavelab, as well. I guess the problem is that when you pay for a card you expect realtime effects.

    Still, have you used the UAD verb? If so, how does it compare with the others (soft and hard).

    J.G.

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    Re: Reverb? Reverb? Reverb?

    I don\'t have the UAD. Still considering that or the Powercore. The UAD has lousy drivers right now so I am at least waiting for that to be fixed. About the expecting realtime efx bit. I am sure it can be done somehow, so you hear it while you play something through a UAD plugin, but I don\'t know. You get realtime efx in the same way that all VST/DX plugins are realtime (as long as your host/DSP can handle it of course).

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