AudioThing has included an editor menu to manipulate the reverb impulse response, paired with a bandwidth control, to manage and manipulate the spring emulation’s imparted characteristics. Springs boasts a broad selection of distinctive sound models, which include legendary vintage reverb emulations from the following hardware: RE-201, RV-1, SR-202W, HR-12, HVS-1, A-199, REV-25, RA-844, Audition, Echo Box, and GBS.
Accompanied by a Baxandell EQ emulation for dynamic control over the output signal, AudioThing amended the two-band classic unit to also include a third band for additional mid-frequency shaping and control. The original Baxandall EQ is an nontraditional shelving equalizer used mainly for attenuating the low and high frequencies in guitar amps. By offering a wide frequency amplitude (Q) curve for a gentle frequency roll-off, the Baxandall EQ results in more natural sound with minimal distortion—perfect for smooth attenuation of the spring reverbs.
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