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Author Topic: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?  (Read 7721 times)

Robert Lofgren

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Re: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?
« Reply #100 on: September 17, 2019, 01:33:49 am »

I knew that Iíd asked the devs this x32 reverb Q before and it was in the late-2016  8)

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Actually the one that comes close to the VSS3 structure is the EMT, with different parameters though, that is called DVR2 in Reverb4000/6000.

Most of the other reverbs are based on a Lexicon style structure.

VSS style reverbs with lots of early reflections are currently not available on the X32 due to memory bandwidth limitations when using four of them.
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Re: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?
« Reply #101 on: September 17, 2019, 05:05:26 am »

The problem might be down to both horsepower and the dsp engine they are using.  I believe the Heritage uses three dsp systems to deal with different aspects of the console system.  FPGA is great for mixing engines as itís fast, but I believe this is much more difficult for programming reverbs and effects.  Depending on what the X32 has inside, there maybe limitations to what level of fx complexity may be programmed.
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Re: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?
« Reply #102 on: September 18, 2019, 06:04:13 am »

Actually an M3000 and D2 sims would be awesome. There needs to be a simpler, more basic delay in the X32. I don't want stereo, ping ponging, phasing, chorusing delays. Just a simple delay with tap. Mono output, 15-20% feedback, adjustable hi and lo cuts. Thats it.

Actually what I'd love to have is an old fashioned analog bucket-brigade delay.

The current delay does all that, and can be easily set to mono. I use the assignables for tap, feedback and factor. I don't need a d2. A decent reverb however would be nice.
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Re: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?
« Reply #103 on: September 18, 2019, 11:15:27 am »

The current delay does all that, and can be easily set to mono. I use the assignables for tap, feedback and factor. I don't need a d2. A decent reverb however would be nice.
Iíve had best luck with the Quantec Ďmodelí highly modified.
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Re: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?
« Reply #104 on: September 18, 2019, 12:09:33 pm »

The current delay does all that, and can be easily set to mono. I use the assignables for tap, feedback and factor. I don't need a d2. A decent reverb however would be nice.

I know it "can" and I have, certainly. But the built in delay's starting presets are too crazy for a basic mono slap. And if I haven't set it up before the gig, I don't want to fiddle with it while the band is playing. It's too much to tweak on the fly.

On a standalone D2 you just dial up "Straight 2290 Delay" and there you go.
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Re: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?
« Reply #105 on: September 18, 2019, 12:17:31 pm »

Why donít you create your own fx preset in the fx library?

I know it "can" and I have, certainly. But the built in delay's starting presets are too crazy for a basic mono slap. And if I haven't set it up before the gig, I don't want to fiddle with it while the band is playing. It's too much to tweak on the fly.

On a standalone D2 you just dial up "Straight 2290 Delay" and there you go.
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Re: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?
« Reply #106 on: September 18, 2019, 12:41:07 pm »

Why donít you create your own fx preset in the fx library?

Thats just too easy. I want behringer to code an entire new delay unit for me.
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Re: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?
« Reply #107 on: September 18, 2019, 01:19:38 pm »

Thats just too easy. I want behringer to code an entire new delay unit for me.

Rolls my eyes!
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Re: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?
« Reply #108 on: September 18, 2019, 03:23:52 pm »

Thats just too easy. I want behringer to code an entire new delay unit for me.


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Re: Possible X32 firmware rumored. Your suggestions?
« Reply #109 on: September 19, 2019, 12:35:37 am »

I know it "can" and I have, certainly. But the built in delay's starting presets are too crazy for a basic mono slap. And if I haven't set it up before the gig, I don't want to fiddle with it while the band is playing. It's too much to tweak on the fly.

On a standalone D2 you just dial up "Straight 2290 Delay" and there you go.
ĎToo much to tweak on the fly?í
Really? I reassemble FX all the time while the show is going on..
You can set up a preset.
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