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John Baylies

> Can anyone from Eventide comment if any piece of that Swept Combs algo was ported into the H9 under another name?

AFAIK, Swept Reverb made it into ModEchoVerb, but I don’t think Swept Combs made it into any other H9 algorithms, unless it’s in Glorious Flange Canyon.

ModEchoVerb is based on a popular reverb structure from the Eventide H8000 that brought about such presets as ‘Echo Space of God’ and ‘Glorious Flange Canyon.’ It feeds the output of an infinite reverb into an infinite feedback delay and slathers on an extra helping of modulation. The modulation choices are H3000-type swept verb, flanging, or chorusing. ModEchoVerb is incredibly versatile and can be used as a standalone reverb, delay, chorus/flanger, or any combination of the three. [INF] and [FREEZE] are available on the [DECAY] knob. During [FREEZE] the signal is rerouted to allow for parallel modulation/delay over the frozen section. Have fun.