This is a late 60’s vintage spring unit manufactured by a famous American corporation. It has your typical 2 spring pong/boing sound and is great for that 60′s reggae/ska sound!
During the sampling process, I came up with a way to get a more accurate reactant for single coil and humbucker pickup guitar/instruments… using real guitar pickups as part of the capture! This will give a slight tonal shift between different types
Whats changed in v2
- All variations controllable in one preset. Impedance selection (Studio direct, single coil, humbucker) and tone control.
- Wet/dry control
- lower cpu, lower file size and higher quality
- Effect of the reverb is louder than before, less dry
- N4/N3 JPN skins
- All sample rates in one pack
Use <KNOBCONTROL> 2 </KNOBCONTROL> for correct knob movement. This can be applied in Nebula setups or direct to nebula xml.
Click here to get all category names for my presets; you’ll need these to see full names in Nebula
As with all reverbs, I recommend using a higher dsp buffer in nebula (4096-8192) to lower cpu. It’s best to create a dedicated nebula instance for this. This can be achieved through a nebula setup or copying your Nebula dll and xml, renaming to a name of your choice then saving a new nebula dsp buffer value.
Make sure you match given sample rates to your project sample rate to avoid any src.