Neunaber Wet+Echo mode!

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  1. Blix

    Blix Supporting Member

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    Neunaber delivers yet again!
    New update just now, with a reverb/delay mode, which sounds great!

    Download it here

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    Just a few chords run through it, no time for recording something proper.. :)

     
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    Sounds nice. Neunaber needs a pedal with more knobs on it or an app to control the parameters like the h9.
     
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    Will this work on the version 1 pedals?


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  5. Blix

    Blix Supporting Member

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    My Stereo Wet is version 1 :)
     
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    Takknemlig her Blix. The algorithm I favored most is scatter (which was formerly max scatter.) Brian had told me something new was coming I might like. This must be it.

    Personally, I have zero interest in percussiveness. That just mucks up the works AFAIC. But I do seek something more delay oriented (it being more present than verb.) Though quite subtle... nonetheless more ethereal. On the line between delay and verb is such a fertile realm. The biggest hurtle has always been the attack transients.
     
  7. Blix

    Blix Supporting Member

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    I see you, kinda like the "diffusion" parameter in the Lexicon PCMs.
    I really dislike dark delays, but some bright delays can be too percussive indeed and mess things up. Soft, yet bright is good. :)
     
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    Beautiful, thanks.

    Time to get the Wet back on the board.
     
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    Sounds effing beautiful.

    Did they update the Infinity Hold too? Always hoping for modulation depth/speed control on that mode.
     
  11. gibs5000

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    This sounds awesome, sounds like the dispatch has one competition now
     
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    Oh God. That Stereo Slate 2 was a great purchase and it keeps getting better. Holy crap I LOVE this sound!

    Scatter Echo is amazing too. I can’t believe I only use a OD and the Slate now.
     
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    If Neunaber made a H9 like pedal, I'd easily spend 600$+ for one.
     
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    What you do mean? It sort of is a H9 - but the sounds are free. ItÂ’s programmable and can store 8 presets.
     
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    reverb+delay really nice!!
     
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    I know. I saw the headline and I was like damn it... Time to find a Stereo Wet.
     
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    They already make their version of the H9, it's any Neunaber Stereo V2 pedal and their ExP controller.

    Oops... what he said ;)
     
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    Maybe he meant it would be nice to have more algorithms.

    The H9 has 45, including delay, mod, reverb, pitch. Neunaber is not there (yet) but I'm not sure they're trying to get there at all. The philosophy is quite different, more straight to the point, analog-like, no-nonsense interface. The algo count is growing though but not as fast as Eventide's (the two companies are not the same size either).
     
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    Yeah it's the simplicity I love.

    With a expression pedal controlling the mix this pedal alone can cover like 90% of my reverb/delay use really.
     

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