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New and FREE Bricasti M7 impulse response library
Last post Mon, Jul 19 2010 by philco, 5 replies.
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Posted on Sun, Jul 18 2010 14:36
by Peter Roos
Joined on Tue, Jan 07 2003, The Netherlands, Posts 477

Samplicity has released a new and this time FREE library created with the highly acclaimed Bricasti M7 reverb unit.

This library is as complete, accurate and pristine as Samplicity's commercial libraries.

Read about it on:

http://www.samplicity.com/bricasti-m7-impulse-responses/

This page also contains the download links.

I hope you will enjoy them!

Cheers,

Peter

Peter Emanuel Roos
www.PeterRoos.com (music)
www.Samplicity.com (IR libs)
Posted on Sun, Jul 18 2010 21:36
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7305

Thanks for sharing, Emanuel.

 A questions - the funny stereo-flutter from the left input is part of the original algorithm? ... I'm talking about the phenomenon you hear when you listen to the left stereo-pair only (quite perceptible e.g. in "1 Halls 01 Large Hall Quad", "1 Halls 10 Concert Hall Quad" or "1 Halls 14 Clear Hall Quad" in 44.1/32bit). It's also obvious with the Plates - although it's sounding more like a stutter there.

Just wondering ... 

Kind regards, 
/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Sun, Jul 18 2010 23:34
by philco
Joined on Tue, Nov 24 2009, Posts 162

I wonder if it's the same library as Acousticas has been offering for the last year or so. They couldn't get permission to sell the responses but Bricasti had no problem with them giving them away. They work well in the convo rev.

Here they are if you want to compare........

http://rekkerd.org/acousticas-releases-bricasti-m7-irs/

As with all Acousticas IR's they sound fantastic.

Posted on Mon, Jul 19 2010 15:26
by Peter Roos
Joined on Tue, Jan 07 2003, The Netherlands, Posts 477

 Hi Dietz,

Thanks for your checks! I will surely look into it - weird that it has not been mentioned by others, nor in the first reviews, like

http://soaringmusic.com/smile/?p=792

I am now struggling with hosting problems, way too many downloads ;-) If I detect stuff that I don't like myself as well, I am prepared to either redo parts of the processing or even re-do recording sessions.

Philco:

I don't understand your reply. Have you actually read the page on the Samplicity site? This is a NEW library, not related to the one you mention. It is also a lot more complete, in True Stereo and with signal-to-noise ratios significantly better than from the one you mention, which has -40 dB SNRs on average. And if you find them sounding so fantastically, are you not afraid that you may degrade your mixes when you convolute with IRs with such SNR ratios? Please play them in an audio editor like SoundForge and see the dB level at the end of the tails.

Cheers,

Peter

Peter Emanuel Roos
www.PeterRoos.com (music)
www.Samplicity.com (IR libs)
Posted on Mon, Jul 19 2010 23:29
by philco
Joined on Tue, Nov 24 2009, Posts 162

Hi Peter, sorry I wasn't studying your post closely enough. This sounds like a very generous offer and I can't wait to try them.

Being a "pop/rock" guy I am not that interested in the larger verbs but very interested in smaller plates and chambers. Thanks for the heads up!!

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