Test of Waves IR Reverb plugin - Bluesy Ballad

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  1. scottl

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    Wow! That has to be one of my favorite clips I've heard from you! I think off the cuff bathrobe clips suit you well Bro!:AOK
     
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    Very lovely seductive blues tone Scott. I could see hearing something like this at a fancy uptown blues bar on a Saturday night in NY or LA. You got it going on with this take. Top notch take as usual.:)
     
  4. Bassomatic

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    Scott-

    Sounds just great and toneful as usual. Just the right amount of 'verb (on the git, at least - drums are pretty wet). Wondering if you ever played around with the SIR convolution freeware - I've gotten a lot of mileage out of it over the years.

    If so, how does it satnd up to the snazzy Waves version?
     
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    Oh yes, another georgeous take! and Yep I agree the verb on that was the business.

    57 for what ever reason always sounds great to my ears on cuts.

    I really dig this laid back open spacey playing approach. Beautifully developed ideas. monsta
     
  6. CarlosEduardo

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    Amigo mio, I´m speechless about your tone and calmly intense playing in this clip. Everyday, our bed time pray always include a plead for a new CD... blessed inside with Scott Lerner music.




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    This is really good I think what Carlos just said "Calmly Intense" is spot on and the sound is you and the playing is your sound (if that makes any sense) ......love it
     
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    Very tasty soulful playing Scott!

    Reverbs! They're are so many of them that ! get option anxiety...lol

    This one sounds great!

    Chuck
     
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    Loved it Scott !
     
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    Beauteous & Soulful ...
     
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    Love it though I'm not hearing much reverb at all. It'd be interested to alternate it in and out but really, the playing speaks for itself, reverb or not.
     
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    GREAT sounding, natural 'verb......and just the right amount.

    Of course, the playing doesn't suck much, either!

    - jim
     
  13. Tomo

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    Scott,

    I am enjoying listen your playing. Very tasty, natural sounding reverb.

    I want to buy your cd. When you are gonna make one?

    Tomo
     
  14. Ed DeGenaro

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    What was the question? Ah, yes the verb..I dunno. I was to busy digging the playing.
     
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    Makes one listen...and do it well...because there is a flowing line of golden notes to follow!
    Now that was something!!
    Niels
     
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    Sounds killer Scott!
     
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    You're really feeling it on this one. Very very nice. I need to hang in this section more often.
     
  18. Bassomatic

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    He's using an appropriate amount, imo. If he took it away, it would immediately be noticeable.
     
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    Thank you sir.
     
  20. scottl

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    Thanks again guys! Now to try the Royer.....
     

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