VB Plate reverb released!

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Re: VB Plate reverb released!

Post by Vdosh » Fri Aug 24, 2018 10:19 pm

abuzaynab wrote:
Fri Aug 24, 2018 12:50 am
Hi guys, i did a couple of videos with Tim's VB Plate, hopefully you can get an idea of it's sound:

YouTube

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Thank you very much, this Tim's VB Plate has a glorious sound
It's because of gracious contributors like you that I will finally buy N4 and all TimP products, thanks again !
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Re: VB Plate reverb released!

Post by ryancost » Fri Aug 24, 2018 11:33 pm

Tim if I'm working at 48 would you recommend using the 96 sample rate? Or is the effect of any SRC negative enough to use a different plate?

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Re: VB Plate reverb released!

Post by Tim Petherick » Fri Aug 24, 2018 11:38 pm

when using my libraries-

If you can use the sample rates given to match, same with any of my libraries.

If you use src, especially down sampling-

1. you risk truncating preringing, giving a 1.5ms pre echo bug. Basically the preringing can get long from a steep src, it is then truncated by 1.5ms offset. if you are up sampling this might not be so much of a problem as it's possible the filter may not affect the higher sample rate.
2. You can get interpolation errors, usually because of a flip in phase(not a issue with reverbs as much but much more of a issue with eq)
3. The amount of ringing is much higher (debatable-steep cut off filters can cause lots of ringing, In some cases it's possible this modulates into the audible band with certain listening equipment or when Inter modulation occurs, subtle but may audibly changing time domain responce)
4 .Longer loading times.( src conversion time)
5.It can sometimes negatively affect phase.
6. sometimes reverbs cannot src properly in nebula. Not sure why this happens



I designed a conversion filter that outweighs other src filters IMO. The ringing is tiny, after many years of experience this is what I went for.

Tim

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Re: VB Plate reverb released!

Post by abuzaynab » Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:56 pm

Vdosh wrote:
Fri Aug 24, 2018 10:19 pm
abuzaynab wrote:
Fri Aug 24, 2018 12:50 am
Hi guys, i did a couple of videos with Tim's VB Plate, hopefully you can get an idea of it's sound:

YouTube

YouTube
Thank you very much, this Tim's VB Plate has a glorious sound
It's because of gracious contributors like you that I will finally buy N4 and all TimP products, thanks again !
No problem! My pleasure!

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