BigSky Reverberator gives you twelve studio-class, musically inspirational reverb machines. In the ’90s, more diffusion blocks were added to reverbs to ‘smooth out’ the sound. A side effect of this was the tendency of the reverbs to have a slowly building envelope that ‘bloomed’, resulting in big ambient reverbs that sit nicely with the dry signal even at high Mix levels. The Bloom reverb features a ‘bloom generating’ section that feeds into a traditional reverb ‘tank’, and adds a unique Feedback parameter that expands the possibilities exponentially.
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All sounds recorded direct using a Damage Control tube preamp. No additional effects were used. Sounds performed by Strymon’s marketing guy Ethan Tufts (http://youtube.com/stateshirt) and Strymon’s DSP engineer Pete Celi. Thanks for listening! 🙂