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Taylor Collins

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Midas Pro Series Reverbs
« on: February 17, 2013, 01:48:05 am »

Used an Midas Pro 6 the other day for the first time and loved the desk, but had one issue.  I couldn't get anything good out of the reverbs.  I was using the desk to mix in ears and everything I tried just seemed to change the effects but not improve them.  Tried the "hall" "plate" and "ambience" units as I was told they were supposed to be the new and improved GenII effects.

Has anyone else had similar problems?  Any tips to help out? 
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Re: Midas Pro Series Reverbs
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2013, 01:13:59 pm »

Used an Midas Pro 6 the other day for the first time and loved the desk, but had one issue.  I couldn't get anything good out of the reverbs.  I was using the desk to mix in ears and everything I tried just seemed to change the effects but not improve them.  Tried the "hall" "plate" and "ambience" units as I was told they were supposed to be the new and improved GenII effects.

Has anyone else had similar problems?  Any tips to help out?

Currently using the hall verb on vocals, and plate verb on drums. They sound very, very good with a little tweaking. Just use the "sample" button to hear what the verb sounds like and play until you're happy. Out of the gate, they're a little "short" for my liking, but with a little work, they sound very nice.


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Re: Midas Pro Series Reverbs
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2013, 12:40:12 am »

Mixed FOH tonight on a Pro3 and enjoyed the reverbs a lot more.  The monitor guy had the same complaints I did though... Something about them just doesn't seem to translate well to in ear monitors when the the artist likes the vocal "swimming" in verb. 
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Re: Midas Pro Series Reverbs
« Reply #3 on: February 19, 2013, 01:05:40 pm »

I actually use an external verb with mine...
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Re: Midas Pro Series Reverbs
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