Valhalla Supermassive - Free!

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MarkTarlton
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Post 19 May 2020

https://valhalladsp.com/shop/reverb/val ... DFxzXjgnU0

"ValhallaSupermassive is designed to blow your mind and your music to new levels of consciousness and experience! Luscious clouds of reverb, otherworldly delays, swelling waves of feedback unlike any you’ve heard before."

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Loque
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Post 19 May 2020

Thanks for the headsup. I am curious to its sound. Lot of ppl are praising Valhalla, but i am not yet convinced...
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Post 19 May 2020

niiiiiiiice! Thank you!

EdGrip
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Post 19 May 2020

I was ready to buy a new Valhalla plugin today and Sean has ROBBED me of the opportunity! Such a dick.

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MrFigg
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Post 19 May 2020

Thankyou very much for posting. Just downloaded it. Putting my guitar through it right now and it's great :).
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Post 19 May 2020

Wow...nice gui :roll:

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bxbrkrz
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Post 19 May 2020

Very nice!
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BRIGGS
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Post 19 May 2020

bxbrkrz wrote:
19 May 2020
Very nice!
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Post 19 May 2020

Sweet, thanks!
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Post 19 May 2020

BRIGGS wrote:
19 May 2020
bxbrkrz wrote:
19 May 2020
Very nice!
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Post 19 May 2020

BRIGGS wrote:
19 May 2020
bxbrkrz wrote:
19 May 2020
Very nice!
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Post 19 May 2020

bxbrkrz wrote:
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BRIGGS wrote:
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Post 19 May 2020

thanks :thumbs_up:
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dvdrtldg
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Post 19 May 2020

Nice freebie! I've been playing with it for an hour or so and it seems to be a little less than the sum of its parts, but maybe I need to explore further

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hurricane
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Post 20 May 2020

Been playing with it all night. I can't believe this is free. This is a freaking DREAM for ambient music. On piano it is just GORGEOUS. Also sounds pretty amazing on supersaws.

Man, it's been a good year for free VSTs.
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VIVIsect
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Post 20 May 2020

I'm a huge fan of ValhallaDSP stuff. UberMod has been my go-to for ambient stuff for years. Played around with Supermassive a bit and I'm in love with it. Might end up replacing UberMod! Seriously crazy that it's free.

And if you don't already have it, grab FreqEcho. It's also free and great.

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TheDragonborg
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Post 20 May 2020

Thanks for the heads-up... while the GUI design of Valhalla are extremely basic visually I really respect them for that... nothing as silly as those hyper 3D-modled GUIs with way to much going on or pointless animations (I don't mean scopes or other visualizers).

I wonder how this compares to XenoVerb (currently my favorite reverb plugin).

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Post 20 May 2020

Just in case anyone hasn't found them, the blog posts that accompany the release of Supermassive can be found here:
https://valhalladsp.com/blog/

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Post 20 May 2020

Tend the flame

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Post 20 May 2020

The tail modulation can get wonky, but putting a PhoenixVerb after with a Plate and blend them in, wow! This combo eats every reverb for lunch :lol: (That is if you want BIGGER than life reverbs). Synapse DR-1 is really nice but it sounded like Fiat 500 vs a Ferrari Testarossa when I blew in some big analog brassy stuff.
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Loque
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Post 20 May 2020

The main unique effect sounds really nice and AFAIU it is by shortening the delay samples. This should also be possible with Fritz, since it can also shorten or increase the length of the delay/grain buffer. Nevertheless, one of the better freebies in the last time, at least something unique sounding to add to the fx library :-D
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Post 20 May 2020

Definitely read the blog posts to get some more understanding of what is happening and what the controls do. Use it in series with other delays and reverbs.

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Post 20 May 2020

Supermassive (feat. Moog Subharmonicon)

https://m.soundcloud.com/seancostello/s ... nicon-no-1

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adfielding
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Post 20 May 2020

I think it's awesome. I think it's really cool to see Valhalla leaning so heavily into unreal/impossible delay/reverb territory with this. While it's not going to be a go-to for delay & reverb, I think as a super spacey creative effect it's got a lot of potential... and that's not even when you consider how it sounds when you combine it with Valhalla Delay or DR-1, damn.

One of these days I really ought to check out Valhalla Room & Plate because I've been super impressed with everything I've tried by them so far.

edit: it's also incredibly refreshing to see a company not relying on sales or discounts as a marketing strategy.

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Post 20 May 2020

adfielding wrote:
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edit: it's also incredibly refreshing to see a company not relying on sales or discounts as a marketing strategy.
Yeah, I'm a big fan of that too.

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