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Bricasti M7 reverb

JMJ33101

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Hi! Do any of you know where to get a free vst of the Bricasti M7? I tried Ableton Suite and I really loved the Boston Hall. I’m not sure if was the bricasti but I remember using it in Ableton. And also, do any of you know of a good concert hall reverb? Thanks
 
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JMJ33101

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The site says that it can’t be used for commercial purposes. So I can’t post a video on YouTube that has this reverb? Or similarly on SoundCloud?
 

FriFlo

Senior Member
There is one thing you should think about regarding Bricasti IRs: There are complicated algorithms within this machine, that tries to simulate how a real room reverberates a dry source. If you capture an IR form the unit, you do not capture, what the hardware unit actually does to an input signal dependent on time and frequency.
Convolution reverbs are much more useful with IRs recorded in real rooms. Combine these with good algorithmic reverbs and you get the best of both worlds. Using Bricasti IRs seems like a good idea, but actually isn't.
 

Saxer

Senior Member
There is one thing you should think about regarding Bricasti IRs: There are complicated algorithms within this machine, that tries to simulate how a real room reverberates a dry source. If you capture an IR form the unit, you do not capture, what the hardware unit actually does to an input signal dependent on time and frequency.
Convolution reverbs are much more useful with IRs recorded in real rooms. Combine these with good algorithmic reverbs and you get the best of both worlds. Using Bricasti IRs seems like a good idea, but actually isn't.
Liquidsonic tries to mimic that behavior too... I don't have a real M7 so I don't know how close they get.
https://www.liquidsonics.com/software/seventh-heaven-professional/

Anyway, if JMJ knows the M7 sound from the Ableton Suite it wouldn't have been the real thing too.
 

Jdiggity1

Stroking The Frog
The site says that it can’t be used for commercial purposes. So I can’t post a video on YouTube that has this reverb? Or similarly on SoundCloud?
This is referring to the impulse response files themselves. ie. You can use them to create reverb in commercial products, but you can not sell the impulse responses or include them in a commercial product. Which is why they are available for free, and not a purchasable product.
 
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JMJ33101

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This is referring to the impulse response files themselves. ie. You can use them to create reverb in commercial products, but you can not sell the impulse responses or include them in a commercial product. Which is why they are available for free, and not a purchasable product.
So I can use these reverbs in a SoundCloud track correct? I didn’t read thoroughly the article lol
 

fnicknich

New Member
So I can use these reverbs in a SoundCloud track correct? I didn’t read thoroughly the article lol
Hey, JMJ.

Yes, you do. Mind you that these samples are donationware, though. You may consider a donation if you find them to be useful in any commercial product you may be working on.

I also back devonmyles' suggestion to check out Best Service's Hall of Fame 3 free convolver. There are some good IRs there too.
 

Lee Blaske

Senior Member
There is one thing you should think about regarding Bricasti IRs: There are complicated algorithms within this machine, that tries to simulate how a real room reverberates a dry source. If you capture an IR form the unit, you do not capture, what the hardware unit actually does to an input signal dependent on time and frequency.
Convolution reverbs are much more useful with IRs recorded in real rooms. Combine these with good algorithmic reverbs and you get the best of both worlds. Using Bricasti IRs seems like a good idea, but actually isn't.
I'd agree with this. I've got the two Liquidsonics plug-ins. They're okay, but I'm not thrilled with them. If you want that algorithmic reverb sound, get a really good algorithmic reverb plug-in (I like Galbanum B2, FabFilter Pro-R and TC Electronics VSS3). Some IR verbs that have the capacity to chorus tails get closer (like Altiverb).
 
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