Neunaber Audio Blog
There’s been a lot of controversy about effects that use summed stereo inputs vs. independent inputs. Obviously, nobody wants their stereo signal unintentionally collapsed to mono. So, effects with independent stereo inputs are clearly better, right? How has this gone unnoticed for decades and is only now exposed as a cost-cutting measure to cheat unsuspecting consumers?
Except, that’s not what’s happening here — not even close.
We are very excited to announce the release of our second program pack for the Wet Reverberator Plug-in. Designed by renowned sound designer Drew Schlesinger, the Drew Schlesinger Factory Pack features 50 beautifully crafted programs for the Wet Reverberator Plug-in...Continue reading
Every building, hallway and room has its own acoustic signature. When a sound bounces off the walls and surfaces of a space it creates a myriad of tiny echoes that combine to create natural reverberation, or simply “reverb.”. As musicians,...Continue reading