Source Audio’s brilliant Neuro app has been updated to take on Ventris for creating some extreme, insane and not least beautiful and mesmerizing reverb sounds. So get ready to buckle up and dive in.
When you want to create larger-than-life soundscapes and only have a guitar, you need some pedals! And if the goal is epic sonic atmospheres, Source Audio’s Nemesis Delay and Ventris Reverb are the perfect vehicles.
Source Audio set out to create the most versatile and flexible reverb pedal imaginable. With Ventris, this mission has been accomplished, and the dual-engine reverb revolution has just begun! Watch as Pete Thorn joins the movement.
Pete Thorn can make any pedal sound amazing. The Nemesis Delay by Source Audio can make any guitarist or bassist sound amazing. OK, maybe not entirely true in either case. But almost! Then imagine Pete Thorn plus the Nemesis Delay…
Nathan Navarro does it again. He simply dials in a sound that inspires him and then just goes with the flow and plays something amazing. This time, Source Audio’s new Ventris Dual Reverb is the source for inspiration.
ToneJunkie TV kicks in the Source Audio Ventris Dual Reverb for a thorough just-jammin’ demo of lush, subtle, larger-than-life and everything in between reverb effects. It’s a first look at this amazing pedal. We bet it won’t be the last!
Nathan Navarro is a very skilled bass player, who masters a wide range of different bass techniques and musical playing styles. He is also adventurous by nature and not afraid of experimenting with pedals!
Looks boring? Like a plug-in in a DAW? Perhaps, but all those knobs represents effect parameters in the Source Audio Neuro app. Just imagine the sounds you could create!
“I’ve wanted the Nemesis for a long time! I must say, it didn’t disappoint. It is a an amazingly versatile, dense, and powerful pedal that comes in a small, easy-to-use and affordable package!”
Guitar soundscapes seem to have become a significant and noteworthy genre recently. And for those players, the Nemesis delay has become a household pedal.