U-he Twangström spring reverb VST public beta

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manisnotabird
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Post 06 Dec 2018

https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopi ... 1&t=515950

Played around a bit with it. Sounds pretty spring-y to me, better than Softube spring, IMO. Wish it had two filters just so I could high pass rumble out and do some creative low-pass stuff without making a combinator.

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Post 06 Dec 2018

Uhe's stuff looks so good while still being well laid out and accessible. Wish REs would take a gigantic leap in the visuals department.
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Post 06 Dec 2018

You can play with the springs :) And automate the shake and assign an LFO. Fun device.

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Post 06 Dec 2018

I’m not really one for VSTs but this looks pretty much like something I was looking for.
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Loque
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Post 06 Dec 2018

joeyluck wrote:
06 Dec 2018
You can play with the springs :) And automate the shake and assign an LFO. Fun device.
Ever tried this on RV7000?
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Exowildebeest
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Post 11 Jan 2019

It's for sale now in the Propshop:

https://shop.propellerheads.com/vst/twangstrom/

And on U-he's website:

https://u-he.com/products/twangstrom/

I'm very tempted...

Same price in the Propshop as on U-he's website btw. *cue gossip, rants and heated debate about Urs's relation with Propellerhead, the store % cut, the RE platform vs. VST and the coming inescapable death of universe through the mouth of the blind deamon sultan Azathoth*

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dioxide
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Post 11 Jan 2019

This would make a fantastic Rack Extension.

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Exowildebeest
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Post 11 Jan 2019

dioxide wrote:
11 Jan 2019
This would make a fantastic Rack Extension.
:lol:

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Zac
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Post 11 Jan 2019

Exowildebeest wrote:
11 Jan 2019
dioxide wrote:
11 Jan 2019
This would make a fantastic Rack Extension.
:lol:
:lol: :lol:
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Data_Shrine
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Post 11 Jan 2019

That's pretty cool. I never "got" the spring reverb thing, until I wound up with a Yamaha EM-80 vintage mixer. It has a real spring echo/reverb in it, it sounds pretty cool. If its on the floor and you drop some object nearby, you can hear the spring reverb reacting :lol:

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