Hey, it's Mick and Dan of That Pedal Show! The TPS guys have turned to the Ventris Dual Reverb several times when they're looking for some sweet reverberations. Check out some of our favorite episodes below. In the first episode they're talking speaker cab simulation. No doubt there are some differing opinions on playing electric guitar through headphones - some want no part of it, some view it as a useful alternative during those late night home recording sessions. But one thing is certain, if you're going to pop on the headphones, you'll want a good reverb to create a semblance of space. The guys lean heavily on the Ventris Dual Reverb's True Spring engine quite a bit throughout this video. Enjoy.
Another great video from Dan and Mick over at That Pedal Show - this one promises to "tickle your happy bone!" In this episode Dan and Mick compare and contrast recording guitars with big, loud amps vs. small, not-as-loud amps. In the words of Michael Landau (via Mick), "the microphone doesn't know what it's hearing... the mic has no idea what volume you're playing at." Lot's of helpful info in this video for aspiring audio engineers. We, of course, were very happy to see our Ventris Dual Reverb on the board providing some sweet Room reverb sounds. Listen up, class - school is in session...
Our friends Dan and Mick are back with another super-informative episode of That Pedal Show. This week they're talking speakers and speaker cabs. What's your preference: 4X12s, 2x12s, 1x12s? Of course there are no concrete answers, but it's always fun to hear D & M explore the options. We were very happy to see them using the Ventris Dual Reverb set to the Room engine for certain clips. Take it away, fellas...
The Ventris Dual Reverb makes another cameo appearance on That Pedal Show, our favorite music gear nerd-fest. This week Dan and Mick are doing some serious A/B testing between P90 and humbucker pickups. As always there are lots of interesting insights and tons of great sounding gear.
Ventris Dual Reverb: Mike Hermans
Mike Hermans checks out the Ventris in a full band context as well as an in-depth knob turning exploration.
Ventris Dual Reverb on SonicState.com
Nick and Gaz of SonicState experiment with the Neuro Desktop Editor and dual reverb possibilities for synth players.
Ventris Dual Reverb: Official Demo
Lyle Brewer plays some killer guitar in the official Source Audio demo of the Ventris Dual Reverb.