recomendations for stable, ableton freindly reverb

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recomendations for stable, ableton freindly reverb

Post by flippo » Mon Oct 04, 2010 4:53 am

Hi folks,

just doing a bit of re-designing of my live PA setup, simplifying and streamlining it a bit. I'm looking into changing my reverb setup.

I don't mind ableton's native reverb but it does have a certain sound to it that gets old after a while, so I'm after another reverb plug that plays nice on ableton.

I don't mind 'forking out' a fair chunk of CPU for reverb so if it's a little bit of a hog that's ok - there will only be one instance of it running. I need access to all (or most) parameters to change them via remote/dummy clips, and it needs to be able to cope with live tweaking without crashing. I liked Aether but you're only able to tweak reverb models via remote control, you can't jump to new algorithms without diving in with the mouse.

This is running on a windows 7 machine btw.


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Re: recomendations for stable, ableton freindly reverb

Post by subunit23 » Mon Oct 04, 2010 11:25 am


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