Tim Petherick reverbs update 06/03/14 The great spring!

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Tim Petherick reverbs update 06/03/14 The great spring!

Post by Tim Petherick » Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:50 am

THE GREAT SPRING!

One preset monster,

This is essentially a mono to stereo spring unit, with a long decay. Fits into the mix nicely. This would be more at home for general mixing, different from my other two springs in that the spring sound is less obvious. On precussion the springiness becomes more apparent.

I recommend buying all sample rates you use to retain it's accuracy. Four sample rates available. These are 44.1 , 48,88.2 and 96khz.

For purchase and sound samples please visit-

http://www.timpetherick.co.uk/downloads ... eat-spring

I'd like to thank Richie for providing superb sound samples

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This is a vintage Spring unit from the late 60′s by the famous American corporation. It has your typical 2 spring pong/boing sound. Great for that 60′s reggae/ska sound! All of the lovely imperfections of this unit have been sampled! Superb transients like CAl , focus comp , silk eq



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!! Also you get presets for regular line and line phase coherent using a special processing method.The Humbucker and single coil are Quite good fun for getting a more textured sound in the mix. Single coil has a very resonant peak , of course originally I wanted to get a more blending sound for guitars going direct in. So ,

Guitar>reverb>amp>cab etc

For mastering the you could use the phase coherent preset to maintain the original sonic's of the dry track .

Features

Dark and bright settings in the following

Line , Phase coherent line , single coil and humbucker presets

44.1 ,48 ,88.2 , 96 sample rates available

Convertors used ; Mytek and lucid audio.


Update;
I've made two demo presets . They are Non dynamic versions and not near the complexity of the full version of the full library but it will give you the idea of what type of spring this is. You can hear difference between the overall frequency response between Single coil and studio line but not the dynamic differences of the full version.


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http://www.timpetherick.co.uk/solid-spring-reverb/
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Re: New Release! Solid Spring Reverb by Tim Petherick

Post by ericus » Mon Aug 19, 2013 6:24 am

Hey Tim,

The audio example points to the cal and reverb file...is this the same file as in the Focus Comp thread?

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Re: New Release! Solid Spring Reverb by Tim Petherick

Post by Tim Petherick » Mon Aug 19, 2013 6:35 am

yes it is

Will make some more examples soon....
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Re: New Release! Solid Spring Reverb by Tim Petherick

Post by david1103 » Mon Aug 19, 2013 9:58 pm

This reverb sounds amazing on mono synth sounds that don't have a very pronounced attack!

Too much attack and too much typical spring boing, otherwise rich 3d (mono) sound that enhances rather than smothers.

Perfect :D

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Re: New Release! Solid Spring Reverb by Tim Petherick

Post by Tim Petherick » Tue Aug 20, 2013 7:12 pm

Demo now uploaded

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Re: New Release! Solid Spring Reverb by Tim Petherick

Post by scooter » Sat Aug 31, 2013 7:04 pm

Anyway to get this without the pickups sampled?
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Re: New Release! Solid Spring Reverb by Tim Petherick

Post by Tim Petherick » Thu Sep 05, 2013 2:06 pm

scooter wrote:Anyway to get this without the pickups sampled?
I should mention that this pack was aimed at guitarists.


However Studio impedance line is included in the pack anyway.

Also phase coherent preset is a studio line impedance but with special processing added. I think this is possibly one of the first phase coherent reverbs, I've not seen one anywhere else.....

For the instrument line I wanted to get a more accurate reactive load than just using something like a transformer/buffer.

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Re: Solid Spring Reverb £4 per sample rate this weekend sav

Post by Tim Petherick » Sat Oct 12, 2013 6:08 am

Get Solid spring for only £4 per sample rate this weekend and save £3!

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Re: Solid Spring Reverb £4 per sample rate this weekend sav

Post by Tim Petherick » Sun Oct 13, 2013 9:39 pm

I'm currently moving all files to a different host as my bandwidth has been used up by so many downloads... :?

Everything will be back to normal by tomorrow but if you want get solid spring at the discount price you have only 3 hours left to make your purchase.

EDIT;sale now over

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Marsh verb

Post by Tim Petherick » Sat Dec 14, 2013 10:56 pm

Next up......

The rare marsh verb from 1968,Yes m******l made spring units in the 60's! But not many...

The spring has a unique sound , Its surprising how different springs can sound! It's very different from the solid spring verb. Anyway this is very very rare, we phoned m******l about it and They had not much info on it.This was fully refurb prior to sampling by Neil Perry and I believe this one has been used on many famous albums because famous clients who ever tried it in the workshop borrowed it and used it on various sessions.
The presets are fairly low CPU so you can use a lower buffer for a slightly quicker response through a lower program rate.
The spring has a quick initial decay but fully diminishes around 6sec

Go here for demo and purchase.
http://www.timpetherick.co.uk/the-rare-marsh-spring/

The demo is still usefull , so please try.

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YO NEBULA COMMUNITY!!!!!

Post by richie43 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 8:47 pm

I can't believe people are not checking this out!! Hey everyone, did you notice that there is a free demo? The demo alone is very usable, so you have nothing to lose and many things to gain by grabbing it. In my opinion, Tim has proven to this community that he is an extremely creative and forward-thinking developer of some very very high quality preset libraries. His EQ's and compressors are stunning, but these is something special about his latest reverbs. This new spring library is no exception, it is very cool. It is not a cavernous reverb, this is not a giant plate. This is a fairly subtle spring that is warm, deep, and full of rich character. It is obviously very at home on guitar tracks, but I have been using it on vocals (solo and group/busses) and I am surprised at how awesome that is sounding. It adds just a bit of presence and "finishing sauce" to my vocal tracks.
Like I said, at least go get the demo. Thanks Tim!!
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Re: Tim Petherick spring reverbs update 14/12/13 marsh sprin

Post by scooter » Thu Dec 19, 2013 3:49 am

I actually bought Tim's SSP Spring library the night before last. I've been looking for a replacement to Softubes SpringVerb and this was it! It's been super hard to find a authentic spring reverb in the modeling plugs, since they all sound like they have a plate or a hall attached to them (SpringAge, Waves, etc.). Tim's are perfect. I bought the Marshall spring as well. It's a bit subtle for my taste, but still authentic.
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Re: Tim Petherick spring reverbs update 14/12/13 marsh sprin

Post by Tim Petherick » Tue Dec 24, 2013 8:09 pm

Thanks for your feedback guys,

The reverbs are very different and I agree that marsh verb is subtle and doesn't seem to sound obviously like a spring. Where as solid spring is very much your typical boing sound. I will say that marsh has a nice warmth and a fast initial decay but tails to 6 sec , this i find is useful for keeping space in the mix.

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Re: Tim Petherick spring reverbs update 14/12/13 marsh sprin

Post by richie43 » Wed Dec 25, 2013 10:20 am

The more I use the Marsh library, the more I love it. Maybe subtle, but not a placebo. Just set up an instance in a send buss, get it sounding "subtle", then mute the buss and compare to the "wet" buss. Not subtle anymore! Great job on this Tim, I sure hope that more people figure out how cool this is and add it to their Nebula tool-kit!!
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Re: Tim Petherick spring reverbs update 14/12/13 marsh sprin

Post by richie43 » Wed Dec 25, 2013 10:20 am

The more I use the Marsh library, the more I love it. Maybe subtle, but not a placebo. Just set up an instance in a send buss, get it sounding "subtle", then mute the buss and compare to the "wet" buss. Not subtle anymore! Great job on this Tim, I sure hope that more people figure out how cool this is and add it to their Nebula tool-kit!!
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