Sample Modeling French Horn - Dogs Of War

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Adzic
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Re: Sample Modeling French Horn - Dogs Of War

Post by Adzic » Wed 3 Oct 2018 14:05

sherlock wrote:
Wed 3 Oct 2018 13:41
I notice you're using a church for the ER and then a hall for the tail. Does it make sense to use a larger space for the ER as well to get more depth placement?
I guess it would depend on what type of sound you're looking to emulate, or what libraries you want them to fit with. I don't think there is a "one fits all" type of reverb setup for sample modeling. If you're looking to make them fit with a big orchestra in a spacious space (Harry Potter 1-3 style), or to accompany Eastwest type of Libraries, it would make sense to use a big hall or church ER, but if you're looking to get an intimate and closer sound (e.g Harry Potter 7, or fit in with Cinematic Studio Strings or the like), it'd make more sense to use a scoring studio type of ER.

Only my two cents about it, Sample Modeling are a bitch (that I can't help but obsessing over as well).

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Re: Sample Modeling French Horn - Dogs Of War

Post by sherlock » Wed 3 Oct 2018 23:55

Thanks for responding Adzic. I was basing my question on the reverb settings screenshots posted by Headshot on page one of this thread, but your answer fits.

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Re: Sample Modeling French Horn - Dogs Of War

Post by DeuxCoups » Thu 11 Oct 2018 11:27

I've been noodling with the Wave Runner horns, using the same piece. It's a quick & dirty performance again, but interesting to compare:

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Re: Sample Modeling French Horn - Dogs Of War

Post by HyperFist » Mon 26 Nov 2018 12:38

DeuxCoups wrote:
Fri 28 Sep 2018 06:34
Still waiting... :)
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Re: Sample Modeling French Horn - Dogs Of War

Post by Headshot » Mon 26 Nov 2018 13:31

Glad to see you here Schiborr.

(I do several things at the same time...so it will take as long as necessary)

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Re: Sample Modeling French Horn - Dogs Of War

Post by HyperFist » Mon 26 Nov 2018 14:12

Headshot wrote:
Mon 26 Nov 2018 13:31
Glad to see you here Schiborr.
Not him, sorry. Poor choice of avatar and username, I guess. :(

And I'm just kidding with the gif, I know you've already answered the guy a few times.

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Re: Sample Modeling French Horn - Dogs Of War

Post by Headshot » Mon 26 Nov 2018 14:18

No problem !

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Re: Sample Modeling French Horn - Dogs Of War

Post by Ivan » Sun 29 Dec 2019 22:33

Looking at the reverb settings picture from the first page: Looks like the first one is emulating early reflections. Having it at 90% is to have some of the original signal go through (especially transients). The next one emulates a long reverb decay, and is at 25% to keep most of t he ER, and add just a bit of room.
That's how it looks to me.

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