Re: Dragonfly Room Reverb - Testers needed
Posted: Tue Jun 04, 2019 3:35 pm
Please try Beta release 1.9.9.
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Michael Willis wrote:Please try Beta release 1.9.9.
artofmusic wrote:Would be kind of cool if we could model the reverb's space in 3d similar to ambiverb. Would be nice for film composers.
glowrak guy wrote:So atm I have two daws, 6 DragonFly reverbs, effecting a hardware synth
and a software synth, and firefox running to post the results. Sounds great,
working fine, low cpu numbers...
glowrak guy wrote:I'm no reverb expert, but someone who is would be in hawwwgggg heavennnnnn
with fries and extra sauce
Michael Willis wrote:I just published a draft of the Dragonfly Room Reverb manual:
https://michaelwillis.github.io/dragonf ... anual.html
As always, feedback is welcome.
milo wrote:Is it just that they implement different reverb algorithms? Is one better than the other for specific tasks for some technical reason, or is the difference purely subjective?
milo wrote:Thanks for all of your work on this. I have been using the old Dragonfly Reverb plugin for a while now and it sounds great!
Michael Willis wrote:Also some people have chained both of them in one reverb bus, first the room and then the hall. I should have known somebody would try such shenanigans, but I didn't even think of it ... if you want to try it, I would suggest only including early reflection in the first one... of course that's probably subjective too
JamesPeters wrote:James "some people" Peters.