[microsound-announce] microsound-announce Digest, Vol 59, Issue 5

bbob fluxmonk at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 15:07:53 EST 2010

if you're willing to build, the Neural Agonizer from Tellun is an amazing
spring reverb effect... the feedback options make it ideal if you're looking
for a stand-alone sound source:
http://tellun.com/motm/diy/tln156/TLN-156.html  It's a fairly involved
project, he sells a pcb board but you have to source the parts yourself.

PAiA also has a somewhat simpler DIY spring reverb...
https://www.paia.com/proddetail.asp?prod=6740K .  complete kit, but appears
to be out of stock at the moment.  there's a complete schematic on the site.


Date: Tue, 9 Feb 2010 14:21:53 +0000 (GMT)
> From: adam wimbush <ascsoms at yahoo.co.uk>
> To: microsound <microsound-announce at microsound.nexthop.net>
> Subject: [microsound-announce] Spring Reverb
> Message-ID: <811354.85157.qm at web28609.mail.ukl.yahoo.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
> Hello microsounders
> ?
> I?m embarking on a project to investigate ?reverb? as a stand alone sound
> source (after the initial sound as stopped). I was looking on ebay to
> purchase a new reverb effect unit to use specially for this project when I
> stumbled upon ?Spring Reverbs? and would very much like to learn more about
> this technique. I understand that this was a common way of creating reverb
> effects back in the day and have tried to find out how to make one, but info
> is sparse, hence this email.
> Does anyone out there know how or where I could obtain details for making
> such a device.
> Thanks in advance.
> ascsoms
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