THNDRVERB [T2ON algorithmic reverb].. back to space!

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turn2on
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Post 10 Jul 2023

THNDRVERB Algorithmic Reverb

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https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/rack ... go-reverb/

THNDRVERB is a flexible algorithmic reverb processor for your personal needs for room shapes with various reverberation types. This is your new Reverb-companion effect for Reason Rack.

The main section of this device is the ALGOVERB section. It includes 25 categorized reverberation modes from classical rooms and halls to various places and well-known hardware reverberation algorithms. It includes Rooms, Halls, Plates and Places. All ALGOVERB reverberation modes are algorithmic reverberations, no one IR impulse is used.

ALGOVERB can be used in Main Only mode (when all other sections is disabled), or in Parallel and Feedback modes with the next sections: Main & Feedback Tone, FeedVerb, FeedShift and Magnet 8- Head Tap Delay.

The TONE section helps to improve your signal for the Main and Feedback routing with Low/Mid/High settings like Mid EQ, LP & BP filters, control of reverb time scale at Low frequencies, progressive loss of high frequencies at the reverb tail.

FEEDVERB section is an additional Reverberation section for Parallel or Feedback signal processing. It is based on 7 algorithmic reverberation types with High frequency Tone loss at FeedVerb tails, Mid band EQ and Pitch-Modulation of the reverb for a richer sound.
FEEDBACK Warning! If you listen the Oscillation of the Feedback, quickly turn the Feedback level down. Always be accurate with Feedback level control.

The FEEDSHIFT section works like a Feedback Pitch & Formant Shifting. It includes Linked or individual L/R channels, pitch shift control by semitones, Formant shift with keytracking control, frequency quality and latency control of the shift changes, and FREEZE Loop (freeze the current spectrum).

The MAGNET section is a 8-Head Tap Delay with feedback, time and 1-8 Head level control, that helps to create your own rhythms and textures.
The LIMITER section includes limiting signal recovery time control with Drive maximizer up to 60 dB, to compensate for any device section levels or adding some drive.




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Despondo
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Post 10 Jul 2023

What a beast! Can't wait to try this one out.

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Quarmat
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Post 10 Jul 2023

Impressive demo tracks :O
This is very tempting

rorystorm
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Post 11 Jul 2023

this is really nice, sounds best as a send.
my only criticism is that the signal flow and the magnets chart on the reverse are really, really hard to read. Especially the magnets heads range section.
But aside from that, really looking forward to getting to know it better.

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Post 12 Jul 2023

For anyone designing RE’s, that back panel is a Masterclass in what kind of connectivity RE’s should have. We’ve come a long way from simple ports that only had maybe a couple CV inputs and basic audio I/O.

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Post 12 Jul 2023

It's really nice, in fact I've just bought it !
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turn2on
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Post 12 Jul 2023

Hi, Thanks to all for rate this RE and any toughts. This is interesting to listen.
About rear panel Magneto Heads, this is more design part of device, than really needed info. Table show how much heads range you have (for 1 head is only one = 1/1, for 6 heads 1/1, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6). So, it's like an info banner in design, not for real needs to read.

Also, about scheme of FX modes (Only Main = Lago, Parallel and Feedback).. its also part of design. Hard to place better in limited size of panel.
Better to open manual, that have text info for better understanding (how Feedback Level affect in Feedback mode, or Parallel mode).

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Post 12 Jul 2023

Good to know!
Really enjoying the advertising.

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Post 15 Jul 2023

Downloading now. Can't wait to try it :)
https://futuregrapher.bandcamp.com/

Reason 12, Ableton Live 10 Suite, Roland Cloud, Arturia V9, Korg Legacy 3, Soundtoys 5, Waves Mercury, Sonic Charge Bundle, N.I.: Massive, Reaktor 6, FM8. + a lot of Hardware. Windows 7/10.

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turn2on
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Post 30 Aug 2023

ThndrVerb 1.1.0 Update:

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- FEEDVERB DIFFUSIOIN: Amount of blurring or smoothing of reflections
- FEEDVERB EDIT SWITCH: Switch EDIT modes on the panel between Mod (Diffusion & PMD knobs) or Tone (Tone & Frequency knobs)

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Post 21 Sep 2023

ThndrVerb 1.1.1 Update:


- Fixed AUDIO I/O connection routing: If the incoming signal is monophonic, in previous versions the outputs of the device was routed automatically as a monophonic output. The processed signal in this case was monophonic by default.
Now, if you connect mono device, the processed signal is automatically routed to the stereo L/R outputs. Reverberation processing is now performed in stereo spreading mode.
- DEVICE ROUTING ICONS changed: The icons have been changed, and now they show the signal spreading mode.

https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/rack ... go-reverb/

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Post 30 Nov 2023

ThndrVerb 1.1.2 Update:

- Bugfix: Clicks when switching between Algoverb Algorithms, Feedverb Modes, changes of Algoverb or Feedverb Decay values.
- Bugfix: Tone Mid band Level & Frequency knobs ignore some parameter changes.

https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/rack ... go-reverb/

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