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Old 20th September 2012
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Reverb in Reaktor

I've been struggling with this for a month now. I tried using a bunch of diffuser delay lines with primes as the millisecond input and then different multiplications of the delay times. It doesn't even sound like a blurry delay. The plan is to find a way to make a really blurry delay cloud and then doing something with that, maybe filtering it into different areas of the frequency field. Any experience points or ideas would be appreciated. Love the sound of for instance the Eos plate reverb algorithm.

Thanks, love, hksbloa.
Old 20th September 2012
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🎧 5 years
Not good at reverb, so I will suggest the obvious:

Take other guys reverbs apart. The one that comes with Reaktor is quite good (I think), probably a bit more complex than what you are looking for.

Other than that I think there should be a diffusor ???
Basically you modulate delay lines?

You see I really don´t have a clue, just couldn´t resist posting...
Old 20th September 2012
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🎧 15 years
yeah that would seem like the logical thing to do (look at the other reverbs, see how they've done it). i just bought Reaktor this summer so I wouldn't know.
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