Again, a big thanks to @Michael_Willis for these amazing reverbs. I have a few questions after reading the manuals:
Is “early send” dependent on “early level”? As in, if “early level” is set to 0 (as I would tend to do to enhance an acoustic recording in an real space), are any early reflections from the plugin mixed into the late reverb if the “early send” setting is greater than zero?
For the Room version of Dragonfly with no “modulation” dial, I assume you have to set both spin and wander to minimum values to achieve no modulation of any kind?
With default settings on loading up the Hall reverb, the amount of modulation is definitely off-putting for solo harpsichord stuff. Do you find that the default values work out-of-the-box for your virtual orchestration? Part of me wondering whether starting with modulation off or significantly reduced would give a better impression to first-time users? Just my two-cents…
From what I read, “cathedral” reverb is related to “hall” but I’m understanding cathedral to have slower attack/build-up with non-discrete early reflections. Is there an equivalent dial for “attack” in Dragonfly Hall? Would zero pre-delay have the same effect as non-discrete early-reflections or would I simply need to disable early reflections in this case? I suppose this would be a good (and rare) case for “early send” being independent of “early level”?
Thanks for any help with this!