Tone Details

Tone Name Ghost Reverb
Created with Helix LT
Author sealdealer
Shoegaze, Ambient
This is based on the Ghost algorithm in the Empress Reverb (listen to an example here: It's basically a modulated reverb followed by a sweeping resonant filter (the Sweep Echo delay set to 0 milliseconds) and a compressor. It adds a sound that is a little like whistling wind and is a big, weird reverb. It's not exact, but it's in the ballpark. The key parameters for changing sounds are in the Sweep Echo, specifically the Feedback, Mix, and Resonance, so you can play with those a little to experiment. The other parameters are on the Double Tank Reverb itself: the decay, rate, and modulation all change the sound in interesting ways. I tried a few different filters and the Sweep Echo on sine seems to work best, though the exponential wave form also produced interesting sounds.
Date 6/1/23
Downloads 671
Helix LT

Ghost Reverb

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