This exceptionally spacious Ventris Dual Reverb preset, created by @dickjonsify, features a parallel combination of the Hall L and EchoVerb engines. The clip below features the addition of a Kemper fuzz plug-in called the "Recti-Shaper," which plays very nicely with the Ventris.
Our old friend Simon Francis (FX guru and touring bassist for Ellie Goulding) created this filthy square-wave style bass fuzz by cascading the Grated Bass and Gated Fuzz III engines. It's a clear path to HUUUGE bass synth tones.
This excellent True Spring Reverb preset created by @brianmanker captures the sound of Keith Richards' rhythm track on the classic Rolling Stones track, "Gimme Shelter." The settings for the song's ghostly intro riff are a mixture a Short Spring Reverb engine with an Opto Tremolo effect.
Christopher Venter, the owner of Shoe Pedals (a killer pedal company out of Connecticut), created this Kevin Shields/shoegaze inspired preset for the Ventris Dual Reverb. The preset enters at around 2:44 in Chris' excellent recording - it's the BIG shoegazey guitar (you'll know it when you hear it). The riff includes two layered tracks, both with the "Slowfall Reverse" preset. The first track places the Ventris in front of a Shoe Pedals Jumper Overdrive in the signal, for a thick rhythm sound. The second features the Ventris in front of the Space Ritual Fuzz (also from Shoe Pedals) for a subtle "frying" sound. Christopher was a major contributor in the development of the Ventris Dual Reverb, his knowledge of pedals and reverb effects was invaluable. He's also a shoegaze aficionado.
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