I looked for a few minutes to try to see where to post this – I can’t put it under “effect” modules, because I am not posting a module.
Anyhow…I noticed there are only two reverb modules in the library. When working with them found that I couldn’t quite dial in what I was looking for and had to go outside of Audulus for certain reverb effects. This is fine; however, when working on with a rack type module I was wanting to insert reverb not at the end, but earlier in the chain. Then I found I was wanting something else: a mixer module that could work like a send effect in a console. This way I could route reverb to a, say 8>2 mixer, but apply reverb (or whatever effect) in a specific amount, to particular signals going in to the mixer. This would reduced having to run 3 or 4 of the same effect, but also allow more control over wet/dry values.
But I want to say, I am not writing this to build anything yet. The thing is I was on the Audiobus forum and I saw a video on reverb and I thought it was very well done and started to open up my thinking a bit. At some point it would be fun to work on some reverb. I tried to look under the hood of the stock Audulus reverb but it is just based off of a node…and the spring reverb looks like it is delays.
Here is the video: