Guitar soundscapes seem to have become a significant and noteworthy genre recently. And for those players, the Nemesis delay has become a household pedal.
Mike Hermans just creates such musical and tasteful demos. And this one, zooming in on the Nemesis Delay by Source Audio, is surely no exception to that rule.
Our good friend, Nathan Navarro, is one hell of a bass player – and one that is not afraid of punching in a few pedals to make things even more interesting.
These hands belong to bass wizard, Nathan Navarro, but he is using them for one thing only in this video. No bass playing this time – only tweaking knobs!
Source Audio’s Chief Scientist, Bob Chidlaw, talks in-depth about developing the True Spring reverb engine for the Ventris Reverb. Warning! It does get nerdy.
From afar it may look like just another expression or wah pedal, but rest assured that it is indeed much more than just that. It is virtually your central command center.
Audiofanzine, stopped by the Source Audio booth at the recent NAMM 2017 show for a demo of the new Ventris Reverb. First a brief introduction and then a lot of of sound examples follows.
Tone Report’s Andy tests the Soleman controller by Source Audio in conjunction with the Nemesis Delay, Vertigo Tremolo, Gemini Chorus, L.A. Lady Overdrive and of course the Neuro App.
The Source Audio pedals are just awesome. But that doesn’t mean they can’t get any better. How? Because Source Audio frequently offer new, free effect engines for download!
SOS legend, Paul White, trawled the floors at NAMM 2017 and one of the very cool gizmos he discovered was the new Ventris Reverb. Hear it and learn more about in their show report.