Frisbi wrote:Yorgos Arabatzis wrote:@frisbi
That’s what i’m telling you..Try it for yourself with the Air Reverb on the sends...No way to get a true Stereo like that only on insert for this too..My way though works on sends with both..
What do you mean with true stereo?
You mean a reverb that keeps the stereo image of the source?
I am not sure about what I say, but all reverbs i used (hw and sw) spread the stereo image somehow.
I am not sure I ever used a Reverb that keeps the same stereo image of the source, I think that working with depth and space, it has to change it in some way.
What do you think about that?
First let me say that i love ambisonic Sound so i love to be precise when i place sounds in a space.That’s why i created my Preciser project (https://preciser.bandcamp.com) and i’m a big fan of Telefon Tel Aviv (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQ2qEah8Fns)
The example i gave you let’s me use a Reverb as a send like is supposed to be (as if i loaded it as an insert).Just test it for yourself.Make a copy of a snare in 2 different pads,hard pan them L-R respectively and load 2 different reverbs into each as an insert.You can clearly hear and seperate the 2 snares with the different reverbs on them at the precise extreme sides (Left-Right) of the Stereo field. (No center bleeding)
This example is the expected behavior of a Stereo Reverb.If you try to do the same with the Reverb as sends you’ll hear them bleeding on the center so in order to achieve the same results you have to do it like i explained.
People don’t want always to insert Reverbs individually to their sounds so the ability to free up some CPU resources by using sends the right way it’s always welcomed