MATRIXSYNTH: State Variable Spring Reverb Demo

Thursday, June 22, 2017

State Variable Spring Reverb Demo

Published on Jun 22, 2017 djthomaswhite

"This is a demo of my SVR-101 State Variable Spring Reverb. It is a combination of the Paia Hot Springs Reverb, Crag Anderton (EPFM) Super Tone Control analog filter and a simple DC Mixer from Catgirl Synth (CGS). It is a mono effects device that can be used as:

- Spring Reverb alone
- State Variable Filter alone
- Or combinations of both with the filter being switchable to the main output or the reverb output only, allowing you to EQ and shape the tone of the reverb that is mixed with the dry signal at the output.

I've had these projects since the late 90's but never really used them. I decided to take my knowledge of building DIY projects from the last 20 years to remix the boards into something I would use today. I hope you enjoy the concept and maybe some of the sounds. I am really pleased with the outcome of this enDIYvor."

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