DXD reverb

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DXD reverb

Postby gonzalo1004es » Wed Jun 05, 2013 10:22

Hi everybody!

I´m looking for a reverb which can work up to DXD, which one would you recommend? I only know Ircam Verb and Aphro, any preference between them?

Thanks!
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Re: DXD reverb

Postby klaukholm » Wed Jun 05, 2013 17:46

Get a Bricasti and run it in analogue mode
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Re: DXD reverb

Postby Graemme » Thu Jun 06, 2013 00:47

klaukholm wrote:Get a Bricasti and run it in analogue mode


Exactly...unless you want to see your available DSP reduced very quickly.

Otherwise, of the two you mentioned, the Flux IRCAM sounds really good and I have also used it on a 2nd machine as an analogue aux send/return. Good-sounding DSP requires lots of processing horsepower.
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Re: DXD reverb

Postby gonzalo1004es » Fri Jun 07, 2013 09:04

Thanks,

yes, the Bricasti solution can be very consuming, not to mention that it is too expensive for me now. Thanks for your opinion, Graemme, I´m glad to hear that you like Ircam!

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Re: DXD reverb

Postby Paulo M » Wed Jun 12, 2013 13:20

Altiverb XL is another option as it goes beyond 96 Khz, so I presume it can handle DXD fs as well, although I never tried it. It cost around 800 euros.
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