Eventide H8000fw opinions?
niall.munnelly at gmail.com
Tue Sep 20 16:12:45 CEST 2022
*This is completely unlike the world of filters and oscillators,
whereeverything you need for the absolute best result is
Vadim! Known to old BeOS users as Dr. Sync, and the engineer responsible
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Nice find; thanks!
On Tue, Sep 20, 2022 at 2:42 PM Tony Hardie-Bick <tony at entity.net> wrote:
> There is quite a lot of genuine secret sauce (along the lines of: don't
> interpolate the pitch shifting air-motion properly, drop an odd number
> of samples randomly selected from the buffer) in the best reverb algos.
> This is completely unlike the world of filters and oscillators, where
> everything you need for the absolute best result is quite
> well-documented, e.g.
> You can find similarly confident-sounding documents about reverb, but
> that won't necessarily get you that weird shimmering effect that some
> particular Eventide unit had ;)
> That's my impression, at least, having not done a deep dive into the
> On 20/09/2022 09:56, Joost Schuttelaar wrote:
> > On 20 Sep 2022, at 04:35, James Coplin <james at ticalun.net> wrote:
> >> As far as the Axe-FX III is concerned, it's brilliant, I have one, and
> it's not going anywhere thanks to a really great guy on this list ;)
> Everyone should get one and I'm sure Chicago Tony shares this opinion with
> > I was under the impression that a modern FX like the Axe-FX III does
> everything the H8000 can do, and more? Modern beefy chips, et al.
> > Or are there still some secret sauce algorithms out there, that are not
> covered? It can’t be about patents anymore (like the physical modelling,
> autotune & FM stuff in the past)...
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