Filtering Reverb



  • Hey Gang,

    I think Im probably over-looking/thinking this but how do I manage to have a Reverb Filter that only applies to the reverb itself and not the audio samples?

    Still getting the hang of all this. The help is greatly appreciated!



  • @itsmochajones You need to use the routing matrix in your FX chain to set the reverb up on a send bus style routing (then you can add whatever fx to that routing that you want)... There's a few posts about it on here. Its not massively straightforward. I can try and post something later if I find time...



  • @DanH Thanks for the quick reply. I will take a look at the routing matrix and see if I can get it worked out!



  • @itsmochajones set the routing of the main container to 4 voices and link them in stereo. put a routing matrix before the reverb which sends the signal 1.2 to 3.4. put the routing of the reverb on 3.4 as well as an eq on 3.4. personally I put a routing matrix after which rereads 3.4 to 1.2 I don't know if you understood ^^ it's still very simple



  • @yall nice one. Also hold 'shift' when routing the cables in the matrix! Here's what one of mine looks like





  • Thanks for the replies! I think I've got it.



  • Hey Team,

    I thought I had it but I guess not.

    Heres what Ive Got.

    MAIN CONTAINER 1 (Guitar Samples)
    *Sampler 1 (Neck Mic)
    *Sampler 2 (Bridge Mic)
    *Sampler 3 (L Room Mic)
    *Sampler 4 (R Room Mic)

    MAIN CONTAINER 2 (FX)
    *FX Container 1 (Image)
    *FX Container 2 (Color)
    *FX Container 3 (Air)
    *FX Container 4 (Space)

    MAIN CONTAINER 3
    *Sampler (Fret Noises)
    *FX Container 5 (Random FX)

    I cant seem to simply get MAIN CONTAINER 1 to send through MAIN CONTAINER 2 (including all FX) and then back through original outputs.

    Am I really THAT slow? I know I havent worked with Patchbays or anything much but holy shit lol...

    HISE Question 1.jpg



  • @DanH @yall sorry, forgot to tag you guys



  • @itsmochajones why have you got different containers for every effect?

    My project runs like this:

    Container 1 - Synths / Samplers and some fx in the fx section
    Container 2 - More fx

    Container 1 is INSIDE Container 2.

    Otherwise if you have free standing containers they just all sum to the main output (as far as I know).

    Build one container and put everything in that (including other containers)

    You can right-click and copy a container (or any module) and place it back wherever you want btw - so you won’t have to rebuild everything. Just move them where they need to go.



  • @DanH It made sense to me to put my FX in groups. Each container was an FX "type" and then multiple FX within that container to control the parameters of that FX "type". I just thought it would make it easier overall to control simple parameters of multiple effects.

    For example, the "Image" FX Container would have say an EQ, Shaper, Stereo/Width, etc. I use the container controls to allow users to be able to by-pass the specific effect chain as a whole or adjust the intensity/amount of the effect that is applied.



  • @itsmochajones Well that should work fine as long as you set the containers up properly (within one container!)

    I think powering a container on and off will kill all voices however, which might not make for a nice user experience. Worth checking that one first.



  • @DanH Ok Cool, I will try this now. Thanks!



  • @DanH Ive tried it with the multiple FX containers and cant quite get it to work the way Im thinking. I can get it to work the way you explained (Container 1 INSIDE of Container 2). The only issue there is I cant control multiple effect parameters with 1 knob on the UI.

    Is there a way I can call for 1 knob to control multiple FX parameters? This would probably be the easiest solution if so...



  • @itsmochajones Yep you can do that, plenty of threads on the forum, start here:

    https://forum.hise.audio/topic/1036/lord-of-the-knobs/11?_=1621539303573



  • @itsmochajones said in Filtering Reverb:

    @DanH Ive tried it with the multiple FX containers and cant quite get it to work the way Im thinking. I can get it to work the way you explained (Container 1 INSIDE of Container 2). The only issue there is I cant control multiple effect parameters with 1 knob on the UI.

    Is there a way I can call for 1 knob to control multiple FX parameters? This would probably be the easiest solution if so...

    I think you are looking for some way to bus the sounds from a container to an effects (stack) which currently you cant do in HISE - tho it is an outstanding change request.....



  • @Lindon Yes, exactly. I will figure a work-around some how and manage! Thanks!


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