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<p style=”text-align: left;”>SP2016 can be very flexible but when I first used it I found a small learning curve, patience, and a careful ear were required to dial in the algorithm to get what I wanted. Everyone’s tastes are different, but my general intuitions are that as as Position goes up Diffusion goes slightly down, and as Decay goes up Position needs to go up as well. Don’t be afraid to crank the low and high filters to more extreme values for frequency and gain than you’d think you need to, especially for larger decays – they can keep the signal from getting too muddy or sibilant, and the high filter in particular is important for dialing in that top end (often referred to as “air” or “brilliance” by producers). The algorithm can be strong, I find getting a natural setting requires a pre-delay of at least 15-20 ms. I really like the stereo room algorithm, but if you’re in mono vintage plate and vintage stereo can sound warm and sweet.</p>

Thank you very much for the explanations and assistance! I will give the SP2016 reverb another chance and experiment a bit.

Yes, exactly, I mean the possibility to dial in both early and late reflections independently. Sorry, maybe something went wrong in the translation into English. I would also find it good if you could directly and separately influence the early reflections in algorithms like Hall and Dualverb.

I can’t exactly describe why I like the ModEchoVerb best so far. I find the early reflections very nice and how they change with the size of the room. But here too, a detailed setting option would be advantageous. At least that you can adjust the volume of the early reflections.

I have also thought about using a pre-delay. However, you also „waste“ an algorithm with that.