Saturday, November 16, 2013 12:12:18 PM
@MrOrange, I was a professional road musician for 7 years (playing six nights a week, 50 weeks a year), from 1989 to 1996. After that I started doing studio work and taught at a local music school. Now I have a home studio and do administration and moderation for Guitar Player Magazine and my own forums; The Stringnetwork. If you ever feel like getting into home recording, stop by and introduce yourself. I learned a lot of my chops from some of the pro studio owners at Guitar Player.
I wish i could say i was! but alas no, i'm the owner of a bass and i`m having a go at playing it. The upside of it is that i`m learning to listen to music all over again, which is actually suprisingly cool. I love music, and now my ears are slowly getting better.
Saturday, November 16, 2013 8:27:51 AM
@MrOrange, "Ambient Church" and other "Cathedral" VSTs are usually simple reverbs with an EQ boost to certain frequencies. With a large enough "room", you can hear a slight delay, but the decay is so strong that it is evident that it is a reverb and not a delay. With a delay, the bounced sound is stronger and clearer.
Are you a musician, MrOrange? If you are and do home recording, I have some amazing links to free VSTs that are better than some paid ones I've used. And by free I mean "actually free" not "torrent".
i'll take your word for it, though i am curious as to what effects the filter "ambient church" in logitec studio uses. i`m dying to say i hear delay.. and i hear a pitch drop. But, since you said nope, and since i don`t have anthing to back up my suspicion.. i`m just going to post this lovely video were she talks about the song and flashes those gorgous, slightly crosseyed eyes