reverb enquiry - cpu light, ms control, MSP/VST?


    Feb 15 2007 | 8:58 pm
    Hello all,
    This question is about the best reverb (pref MSP object) for a job... im a bit stuck after inital dearches and tinkering.
    Im wanting to employ a number of reverb processes as part of a subpatch. The reverb in this case is not trying to emulate room characteristics, rather add body to some very small/short sounds (impulses in the range of 3-10ms) - provide a decay and extend thier body/duration as such.
    For this im wanting to have control over a couple of parameters: a LPF rolling off at around 500 Hz (which conceivably I could do externally so not essential), and decay time, which I need to specify in milliseconds, for decays like 200-500 ms. Ideally as well id like to be able to control/reduce obvious "first reflection" characteristics
    Im hoping to use something that is cpu cheap, as there are a few of these processes going on at once.
    Now on the maxobjects page i found and had a look at monoverb~ altiverb~ freeverb~ and nw.gverb~
    Of these the only one to control decay time in ms was nw.gverb~ but this didnt really offer the right sound, with too much early reflection.
    NOW
    Im wondering if i should give up on max/MSP in this case and just try to find a free VST? Id rather stick to max only processes, but i feel ive exhaused my avenues.
    If anyone can help in pointing out some other options MSP or VST, it would be fantastic!
    Many many thanks in advance
    Eliot

    • Feb 15 2007 | 9:16 pm
      Quote: Eliot Palmer wrote on Thu, 15 February 2007 21:58 ---------------------------------------------------- > Hello all, > > This question is about the best reverb (pref MSP object) for a job... im a bit stuck after inital dearches and tinkering. you must have missed this one, then: http://www.maxobjects.com/?request=reverb
      I like gigaverb~ - I believe it does what you want.
    • Feb 15 2007 | 9:23 pm
    • Feb 16 2007 | 12:37 am
      In the reverb patches I've made (using either my own or tap.verb~), I've included some degree of random offset to the parameters applied to the left & right channels in order to decorrelate the channels for better stereo separation. A difference of +/- 1% seems to be enough if applied separately to all the parameters in each channel.
      On Feb 15, 2007, at 3:59 PM, Gary Lee Nelson wrote: >
      > I actually > used two of them in a stereo system to get better separation. I was > probably doing something work but one unit seemed to produce little > channel > differentiation even though it was send stereo out.
      ---- Steven M. Miller
      Home SFIFEM Atrium Sound Space OVOS
    • Feb 16 2007 | 4:38 am
      Thanks all
      must have missed gigaverb~ in my search
      will give it a try - much more appealing than building one myself right now...
      cheers
    • Feb 17 2007 | 9:24 am
      actually im finding gigaverb to have serious stablity issues. everytime i close a patcher window with it inside (ie the help file) it crashes max
      dont know if anyone else has experienced this? running 4.6 so perhaps its an update problem?
    • Feb 17 2007 | 12:18 pm
      I used gigaverb~ over several months on a recent project with no problems. I even used it in a live piece with many rehearsals before the performance. No problems on an Intel laptop with 4.6
      On 2/17/07 4:24 AM, "Eliot Palmer" wrote:
      > > actually im finding gigaverb to have serious stablity issues. everytime i > close a patcher window with it inside (ie the help file) it crashes max > > dont know if anyone else has experienced this? running 4.6 so perhaps its an > update problem?
      Cheers Gary Lee Nelson Oberlin College www.timara.oberlin.edu/GaryLeeNelson
    • Feb 17 2007 | 3:22 pm
      Hello
      I also used gigaverb~ in concert and I confirm that it is stable, even with hudge released time. gigaverb~ is nicely versatile too. You could have a look also at the DX light reverb from Anwida. It's a free Vst, with very nice sound quality not too Cpu eater but also...not UB at the moment (and maybe too basic for you)
      Best
      Eryck
    • Feb 18 2007 | 12:05 pm
      thanks again
      had copied over the wrong build of giga - reloaded and now working strongly
      was unclear on the UB version? thought they were just for the intel macs? but the UB is what is needed for the previous generation as well? running a dual 2.0 G5 and ther UB version fixed up the issue
      think ive been asleep (and not on my max projects) since the whole intel thing (seems a while now)
      Eliot
    • Feb 18 2007 | 11:37 pm
      i have made some of my reverbs from this (old) "newverb" patch, its original aready sounds nice. just dont exspect to make a good sounding reverb on the max layer which does not need any cpu.
    • Mar 13 2007 | 10:39 pm
      I also use the Anwida DX light Reverb VST, it more than suits my needs, but lately I'll hell bent to rid my system of VSTs and use only MAX patches. I tried gverb, and I even created a stereo version of it. It sounds great, but different than the Anwida reverb. I'm just used to the Anwida sound for now and can't seem to replace it. My search continues....
      I tried messing with gigaverb, but I just can't get the thing to work. The wet level is very, every low. I tried adding a fader control and a multiplier, etc, etc..just can't get it to work. Does anyone have a modified version for live use you can send me or share below? I'm trying to create a cleaned up version that doesn't have all the stuff for processing sample files. And I just need adc and dac, no sophisticated i/o object to select different inputs and outputs. I've been deleting all of that.
      Also, has anyone tried out the reverb example in the Max Examples folder? Any luck?
      I'm still working through some of the examples on the maxobjects database. If you know of any jewels, let me know. I don't mind processor intsensive patches either.
      Kris
      Quote: Eryck Abecassis wrote on Sat, 17 February 2007 08:22 ---------------------------------------------------- > Hello > > I also used gigaverb~ in concert and I confirm > that it is stable, even with hudge released time. > gigaverb~ is nicely versatile too. > You could have a look also at the DX light reverb from > Anwida. It's a free Vst, with very nice sound quality > not too Cpu eater > but also...not UB at the moment > (and maybe too basic for you) > > Best > > Eryck > > > ----------------------------------------------------
    • Mar 15 2007 | 10:22 pm
      BTW, Nathan Wolek had mentioned to me off line that the MAX nafr~ object was a really good reverb patch, located in the MAX/MSP Examples folder under Effects, Reverb, and Lib. This was after I had been strugglig with gigaverb, gverb, and others in search of a replacement for my Anwida VST. I was hoping to find a reverb patch made purely from MAX internals, and yafr is it! It is a beautiful reverb, and cleverly written, from my neophyte perspective.
      I was complaining that it was mono to stereo, and so I created a true stereo version, copied below. I added some faders to control left and right dry/wet mix as well. I could probably just use on set for those, but I wanted to leave the capability there for now.
      Kris
    • Mar 16 2007 | 12:06 am
      On Mar 15, 2007, at 3:22 PM, Krispen Hartung wrote: > BTW, Nathan Wolek had mentioned to me off line that the MAX nafr~ > object was a really good reverb patch, located in the MAX/MSP > Examples folder under Effects, Reverb, and Lib. This was after I > had been strugglig with gigaverb, gverb, and others in search of a > replacement for my Anwida VST. I was hoping to find a reverb patch > made purely from MAX internals, and yafr is it! It is a beautiful > reverb, and cleverly written, from my neophyte perspective.
      Thanks! You may want to try yafr2. It sounds much smoother, which may be desirable.
      -Randy
    • Mar 16 2007 | 2:36 am
      yafr2 ? I'll search for it. Cool. I just realized I had a typo above...called "yafr" "nafr". Ooops.
      K-
      Quote: randall jones wrote on Thu, 15 March 2007 18:06 ---------------------------------------------------- > > On Mar 15, 2007, at 3:22 PM, Krispen Hartung wrote: > > BTW, Nathan Wolek had mentioned to me off line that the MAX nafr~ > > object was a really good reverb patch, located in the MAX/MSP > > Examples folder under Effects, Reverb, and Lib. This was after I > > had been strugglig with gigaverb, gverb, and others in search of a > > replacement for my Anwida VST. I was hoping to find a reverb patch > > made purely from MAX internals, and yafr is it! It is a beautiful > > reverb, and cleverly written, from my neophyte perspective. > > Thanks! You may want to try yafr2. It sounds much smoother, which > may be desirable. > > -Randy > > > ----------------------------------------------------
    • Mar 16 2007 | 2:48 am
      Krispen Hartung skrev: > yafr2 ? I'll search for it. Cool. I just realized I had a typo above...called "yafr" "nafr". Ooops. > > K- > > Quote: randall jones wrote on Thu, 15 March 2007 18:06 > ---------------------------------------------------- > >> ... >> Thanks! You may want to try yafr2. It sounds much smoother, which >> may be desirable. >> >> -Randy >> I just searched for it - it didn't show up locally, on maxobjects.com or on google. Randall, are you sure you didn't make yafr2 yourself? :)
      Andreas.
    • Mar 16 2007 | 6:25 am
      On Mar 15, 2007, at 7:48 PM, Andreas Wetterberg wrote:
      > I just searched for it - it didn't show up locally, on > maxobjects.com or on google. Randall, are you sure you didn't make > yafr2 yourself? :)
      I'm sure I did make it myself, but I thought it had made it into the examples. Enjoy.
    • Mar 16 2007 | 12:05 pm
      On Mar 16, 2007, at 2:25 AM, Randy Jones wrote: > I thought it had made it into the examples. Enjoy.
      I had it here. The goodness that makes [yafr2] good is much like the goodness in [gverb~]. You kids designing reverbs at home, remember to tap the network in multiple spots and combine the output.
      ----- Nathan Wolek nw@nathanwolek.com http://www.nathanwolek.com
    • Mar 16 2007 | 2:10 pm
      Thanks, Randall! Can you provide a brief summary of the changes from yafr to yafr2? Did you add any new objects or change the wiring? I will load this up and check it out. I'm already impressed with the first version. It think it sounds wonderful. I added overall dry and wet mix sliders.
      Kris
    • Mar 16 2007 | 7:08 pm
      Hi,
      I made yafr because there weren't any reverbs in the examples. It's a kind of ancient reverb topology that sounds, as one list member put it, something like rain on a tin roof. Not dense but I find it nice for delicate stuff.
      Yafr2 is completely different beast. Based on the great 1997 J Dattorro article on effects in JAES It's a fairly detailed topology of a reverb design "in the style of Greisinger," who was working for Lexicon at the time. I added the modulation of the allpass times with filtered noise, which sounds better to me than periodic modulation.
      More modern approaches to reverbs are out there including FDNs, waveguide meshes and the ever-popular convolution.
      all the best, Randy
      On Mar 16, 2007, at 7:10 AM, Krispen Hartung wrote:
      > > Thanks, Randall! Can you provide a brief summary of the changes > from yafr to yafr2? Did you add any new objects or change the > wiring? I will load this up and check it out. I'm already impressed > with the first version. It think it sounds wonderful. I added > overall dry and wet mix sliders. > > Kris > > -- > Krispen Hartung > Creative Performance & Composition > Guitar / 6-String Mandolin / Laptop > www.krispenhartung.com > info@krispenhartung.com
    • Mar 16 2007 | 8:26 pm
      On Mar 16, 2007, at 3:08 PM, Randy Jones wrote: > Based on the great 1997 J Dattorro article on effects in JAES It's > a fairly detailed topology of a reverb design "in the style of > Greisinger," who was working for Lexicon at the time.
      This is exactly the same source as [gverb~].
      ------------------- Nathan Wolek, PhD --- nwolek@stetson.edu Assistant Professor of Music Technology Stetson University - DeLand, FL http://www.nathanwolek.com
    • Mar 17 2007 | 9:04 pm
      Yes,try to study the Griesinger/Blesser Algo. It`s the most efficient Algo more than Schroeder/Moorer.
      I made to Reverbs with both Algo`s and Schroeder/Moorer is much more CPU intensive (when you want to reach a good Density) as Griesinger/Blesser.But the Schroeder/Moorer Algo is more flexible. good luck am
    • Mar 17 2007 | 9:44 pm
      And a combination of tapout~ multiple arguments (16+) with matrix~ can give you a quite decent sounding early reflection model.
      Peter McCulloch
      P.S. I've finally posted my matrix~ objects to my website. You can get them at: www.petermcculloch.com in the projects section
    • Aug 07 2007 | 9:12 pm
      Any ideas on how I would go about turning this into a large hall reverb, vs. plate? The reverb time (bottom number box) seems to max out too soon for my taste, but I can't quite figure out what I need to add or tweak to change this.
      Kris
      Quote: randall jones wrote on Fri, 16 March 2007 00:25 ---------------------------------------------------- > > On Mar 15, 2007, at 7:48 PM, Andreas Wetterberg wrote: > > > I just searched for it - it didn't show up locally, on > > maxobjects.com or on google. Randall, are you sure you didn't make > > yafr2 yourself? :) > > I'm sure I did make it myself, but I thought it had made it into the > examples. 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    • Aug 08 2007 | 3:35 am
      > Any ideas on how I would go about turning > this into a large hall reverb, vs. plate? > The reverb time (bottom number box) seems > to max out too soon for my taste, but I can't > quite figure out what I need to add or tweak > to change this.
      this is why reverb models always should contain a feedback loop, as one gent above suggested.
      a feedback volume of 1.0 will give you infinite reverb time when neccesary.
      -110 110 IIO IIO iio iio ,,, ,,, ... ... _ _
    • Aug 08 2007 | 8:00 am
      Roman Thilenius skrev: >> Any ideas on how I would go about turning >> this into a large hall reverb, vs. plate? >> The reverb time (bottom number box) seems >> to max out too soon for my taste, but I can't >> quite figure out what I need to add or tweak >> to change this. >> > this is why reverb models always should contain a feedback > loop, as one gent above suggested. > > a feedback volume of 1.0 will give you infinite reverb time > when neccesary. - my personal approach is: Performance patches should always be one large feedback loop so as to compensate for effects that don't have one themselves. Andreas.
    • Aug 08 2007 | 9:17 am
      Any ideas on how I would go about turning this into a large hall reverb, vs. plate? The reverb time (bottom number box) seems to max out too soon for my taste, but I can't quite figure out what I need to add or tweak to change this.
      What you see in the AES Papers//Dattorro is only the half truth. He discribe a very small Plate Algo for experimental use. And this Algo is for embedded use, all the sample values are not very usefull.They have different Allpass Filters(Nodes). Plate,Hall,Rooms etc... are different Algos and much bigger as the the Dattorro one.The important instance for the Sound are the output taps. greetz...am
    • Aug 09 2007 | 11:02 pm
      Tweaking the values of the output tabs definitely produces some interesting results...though, it's like adding delay to a plate reverb still (no surprise). I've been messsing with the allpass arguments as well, going back to the origial yafr reverb design, but no radical changes, just subtle changes in output. I'm going to make some more radical mods to the patch later tonight.
      Kris
    • Aug 11 2007 | 4:49 pm
      With my limited knowledge of this patch and its inner workings, this is about the best I could do in getting it to sound like a larger room reverb. I borrowed a few elements from yafr, but I don't quite understand yet why I can get yafr to have a large decay, but not this reverb patch. I'm still comparing the two and tweaking values.
      In contrast, I still like the sound of the yafr reverb, below.
      Kris
    • Aug 12 2007 | 10:32 am
      In your first example is no recirculation feedback thats the reason. greetz... am.
    • Aug 12 2007 | 5:07 pm
      So the tapout circulating back through the all pass filters at the top (as is the case now) doesn't cut it?
      Can you modify the the code so that I can see how you would do it? I know Stefan suggested this too, but I didn't see it applied to the actual patcher. Thanks.
      Kirs
    • Aug 13 2007 | 9:25 am
      it`s very simple.
      put a *~object in the tank and scale it to 0-0.99 that`s it. greetz...am
    • Apr 19 2009 | 6:59 pm
      Hi all
      I am quite interested in making a version of the Griesinger/lexicon reverb
      I realise there are versions of this further up the thread but I'd like to know the theory and ideally reference a document that details how this reverb is made step by step.
      Unfortunately I only have access to Roads' CMT which doesn't go in to Griesinger's reverb model
      Does anybody know if there is a version of this online?
      There is a diagram here but it doesn't tell me enough
    • Apr 22 2009 | 12:40 pm
      bump
    • May 03 2009 | 11:54 pm
      @mikes
      I got interested in the Griesinger reverb notes on dsp-wiki and had a go at reverse engineering the yafr2 so I could understand it and have a go at implementing the diagram. This is what I came up with.
      comparison.maxpat
      crxverb.maxpat
      yafr2_notes.maxpat
    • Oct 15 2009 | 10:10 am
      Anybody have something else?
      It seems every reverb is a modified version of the same patch.
      Anybody have something simpler, maybe more granular based. Or hybrid reverb+phaser+pitchshifter or something
      Cheers!
    • Mar 28 2017 | 5:54 pm
      Hi,
      I thought I would bump this thread since last entry was 2009. Anyone have a reverb they like with stereo input and stereo output?
      thanks, Nick