superspace reverb

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  1. Tyrsonswood

    Tyrsonswood HH's curmudgeon

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    Nothing wrong with "endless" reverb... it's actually quite hard to find when that's what you need.
     
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    Îòâåò: superspace reverb

    How right connect reverb with 2 outputs in DSP? I have E-mu 0404PCI and stereo AS, Surrounder+ mode is 2.0 Surround mix.

    Variants:
    1.
    FXBusX.0 - Superspace.in1 - xrouting.FX1_sL
    FXBusX.1 - Superspace.in2 - xrouting.FX1_sR

    2.
    FXBusX.0 - Superspace.in1 - xrouting.FX1_nw
    FXBusX.1 - Superspace.in2 - xrouting.FX1_ne

    3.
    Surrounder+.fL - Superspace.in1 - epilog.out0
    Surrounder+.fR - Superspace.in2 - epilog.out1

    4. Other variant, write this, pls.
     
  3. stylus02

    stylus02 New Member

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    this reverb is stereo. i dont know if it can be used to reproduce 5.1 or whatever correctly. you should find a setup, what your (and your ears) like. :)
    btw: the rear speakers should have a damped sound. you can use the lowpass- filter in the reverb to simulate this.
     
    Last edited: Apr 6, 2012

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