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Source Audio Ventris Dual Reverb Guitar Effect Pedal

Ventris Dual Reverb Guitar Effect Pedal -Source Audio

40,958.00 38,910.00

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VENTRIS DUAL REVERB

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Create rich, spacious reverberations with the Ventris Dual Reverb. The Ventris features 14 meticulously crafted reverb engines built on two completely independent 56-bit signal processors, essentially housing a matching pair of high-powered, stereo reverb pedals in a single box. The pedal’s dual DSP architecture provides massive processing muscle, adjustable preset spillover time, and advanced dual reverb effects. Step into a vast realm of ambient space. ​

Two Reverb Pedals in a Single Housing.

The supremely intelligent Ventris Dual Reverb features two completely independent 56-bit reverb processors, essentially housing a matching pair of high-powered reverb pedals in a single box. The Ventris’s powerful dual processing architecture gives the pedal some serious advantages including massive processing muscle, adjustable preset spillover time, and the ability to create dual reverb effects.

  • Dual Reverb Effects: The power to combine two reverb engines truly expands the pedal’s ambient possibilities. Run dual reverb effects in a parallel or cascading signal path,  or split your reverbs and send a different effect to each of the pedal’s two Outputs.
  • Massive Processing Power: Dual processing eliminates bloated all-in-one reverb programs. Instead of being forced to allocate 5% of the processing power to something vital and complex like the True Spring reverb, we can now dedicate 100% of the processor, opening the door to a new frontier of realism and sonic exploration.
  • True Spillover: Seamless “spillover” from one preset to the next is an enormous advantage in live situations. Switch from one reverb preset to another without abruptly cutting off the trail of the previous effect. And, the dual reverb engines make it possible to program (with the Neuro Desktop Editor) the decay rate of the first reverb trail.

Reverb Engines

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Source Audio’s two man engineering team of Bob Chidlaw and Jesse Remignanti took extreme care in crafting the Ventris Reverb’s exceptionally spacious tones, covering all the bases from beautifully natural reverberations to haunting “unnatural” tones. The Ventris Dual Reverb includes 12 onboard reverb engines as well as an ever-expanding collection of reverb effects available via the Neuro Mobile App or Neuro Desktop Editor. Click the boxes below for details on each engine.

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The Neuro Editing Systems

Job one in the development of the Ventris Dual Reverb was to create an exceptionally realistic and easy-to-use reverb pedal. Out of the box, that’s exactly what it is – plug in, select from the twelve onboard reverb engines and create a new world of time and space. But there is much more here than meets the eye – the truly “Big Idea” behind our One Series pedals was to give musicians a second, far deeper, set of options and editing tools with which to craft the perfect tone. The Neuro Desktop Editor and Neuro Mobile App are free downloads for iOSAndroidMac, and Windows. They offer a collection of additional reverb engines as well as an expanded set of editing parameters. After editing your preset, burn it directly to the pedal and access it easily without reconnecting the Neuro App.

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Spring Reverb

Spring Reverb

     The True Spring engine is the perfect example of the Source Audio engineering team taking full advantage of the Ventris Dual Reverb’s immense processing might. True Spring flawlessly captures all the subtleties and idiosyncrasies of classic spring reverb equipped amplifiers, including the characteristic “drip” associated with the vintage effect. Spring reverb simulation was a major challenge, requiring a deep understanding of the physical characteristics of reverb springs, advanced experience in sound design, and exceptional processing power. Chief Scientist Bob Chidlaw drew upon all his knowledge and experience in the creation of the True Spring engine, from his days as head engineer at Kurzweil to the creation of Source Audio’s Soundblox 2 Dimension Reverb. The result is a supremely natural sounding reverb effect.

Ventris Dual Reverb: User Manual and Documentation

Ventris User Manual: Foreign Translations

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Pedal Features

  • Pedal Features

  • 14 Reverb Engines — Ventris features 12 onboard reverb engines accessible via the center selector wheel, plus an expanding collection of reverb engines available via the Neuro Desktop Editor and Mobile App.
  • 128 Presets — Save up to eight presets accessible via the onboard controls or save up to 128 presets recallable with MIDI program change (PC) messages.
  • Dual Reverb Processing — The Ventris Dual Reverb features two independent signal processors giving the pedal essential features like preset spillover and dual reverb effects.
  • True Spillover — Two individual signal processors make it possible to change from one preset to another without abruptly cutting off the reverb tail of the original preset (Note: Spillover is unavailable when creating simultaneous dual reverb effects (A+B on the toggle switch)).
  • Simultaneous Reverb Processing — Select the A + B toggle switch position and create dual reverb effects. Run two reverbs simultaneously in parallel, series, or left/right signal paths.
  • Selectable Footswitch — Choose from a variety of OPTION Footswitch assignments. Control options include preset scrolling, A to B or A plus B reverb toggling, reverb hold, runaway reverb, and tap tempo.
  • Hold (a.k.a. “Freeze”) Control — Use the OPTION switch to hold a small portion of the reverb tail in a continuous loop, essentially sustaining a note or chord until the footswitch is released. While the Hold function is engaged it is possible to play over the top of the loop with either a dry signal or the dry/wet signal from the second reverb processor.
  • Runaway Reverb — Similar to the Hold function, the Runaway Reverb uses the OPTION switch to loop a small portion of the reverb trail. But rather than maintaining a steady sustain, the loop is fed back into the reverb processor, creating a building self-oscillation effect.
  • A to B Reverb Toggling — Use the OPTION switch to toggle between any preset’s A and B reverb, or use it to toggle from a single reverb to reverb A + B.
  • Stereo Input and Output Jacks — Create dramatic stereo reverb effects or set up an external effects loop.
  • Analog Dry Through — For most of the reverb engines and signal routing options the dry signal remains an analog signal and does not pass through the signal processor at any stage while the pedal in engaged.
  • Deep Editing Functionality — Adjust additional parameters, save and share personal presets, and download bonus reverb engines with the Neuro Desktop Editor or Mobile App. (Check the Neuro tab for more details).
  • Complete MIDI Functionally — Receives MIDI program change (PC) or continuous controller (CC) via the 5-pin MIDI DIN Input (also includes a MIDI Thru jack), the USB port, or in conjunction with the Neuro Hub.
  • Universal Bypass — Select either buffered or true bypass.
  • Trails Mode — Rather than abruptly cutting off the reverb trails upon bypassing the effect, Trails Mode allows the Ventris Reverb’s trails to decay naturally.
  • Expression Control — Program simultaneous expression control to multiple knobs with independent depth and direction assignments for each. Compatible with all Source Audio expression pedals, the Hot Hand 3 Universal Wireless Effects Controller, and 3rd party 1/4” TRS (tip hot) expression pedals.
  • ​External Switching Capabilities — Choose from a variety of external control options with an external 1/4” TRS (tip hot) footswitch. Control options include preset scrolling, hold, runaway, tap tempo, and processor toggling.
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Neuro Editor Features

Neuro Editor Features

Connect the Ventris Dual Reverb to the Neuro Desktop Editor or the Neuro Mobile App and explore the power of effect downloading, customization, and sharing that comes with every Source Audio One Series pedal. The Neuro Desktop Editor is a free downloads for Windows and Mac computers. The Neuro Mobile App is a free download for iOS and Android mobile devices (download instructions below).

  • Free Effects Downloads — Access a growing library of additional effect engines. Edit those engines and burn them to any position on the effect selector or any of the pedal’s 128 presets.
  • Customize Effects — Make deep editing changes with the Neuro Editor’s huge collection of additional parameters.
  • Save and Share Customized Presets — Fine tune your reverb effect, then save it to your personal effects library and easily share it with the growing community of Neuro users.
  • Download Presets — Explore Source Audio’s ever-expanding, library of free effect presets.
  • Simple Connection — The Neuro Mobile App. connects with the Ventris Dual Reverb via the mobile device’s headphone jack and stereo Input 2 on the pedal. A Neuro App connector cable (1/8” to 1/4”) is included with the pedal. The Neuro Desktop Editor connects to your computer via the mini USB port on the top of the pedal.
  • Join the Neuro Community — Visit the Web tab on the Neuro Mobile App or the Neuro Collective page on the Source Audio website and download from the ever expanding library of Ventris Reverb presets created by other Neuro Community members.
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MIDI Features

MIDI Features

Using the MIDI IN jack (5-pin DIN) or a USB connection, the Ventris can be controlled by generic MIDI Continuous Controller (CC) and Program Change (PC) messages. Many of the Ventris’s parameters (even those that are not assigned to a control knob) are directly accessible via MIDI continuous controller messages.

  • Preset Saving / Program Change (PC) Messages — Save up to 128 effect presets recallable with MIDI PC messages.
  • MIDI Continuous Controller (CC) Messages — Control individual parameters or specific pedal functions with MIDI CC messages. Accepts multiple CC messages simultaneously (the number of possible simultaneous CC messages varies depending on the message complexity)
  • 5-Pin MIDI DIN Ports — Send MIDI program change (PC), continuous controller (CC), and clock messages to the Ventris via its MIDI IN jack. Pass MIDI messages on to other pedals with the MIDI THRU jack.
  • USB Port — Send MIDI program change, continuous controller, and clock messages to Ventris via its USB port.
  • Neuro Hub — Connect the Ventris to the Neuro Hub and send receive MIDI messages via the pedal’s 1/8” Control Input.
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Specifications

Specifications

  • Includes 9v DC power supply (400mA / Negative Tip)
  • Includes 1/8” to 1/4” cable for Neuro Mobile App connection.
  • Power Consumption — 280mA
  • Brushed anodized aluminum housing.
  • Dimensions: L: 4.5 in./11.4cm x W: 4.5 in./11.4cm x H: 2 in./5.1cm (including knobs)
  • Weight: 1 lb./0.45 kg.
  • Maximum Input Level: +6.54 dBV = 8.76 dBu = 2.12 V RMS = 6.0 V p-p
  • Full Scale Output Level: +6.54 dBV = 8.76 dBu = 2.12 V RMS = 6.0 V p-p
  • Input Impedance: 1 MegaOhm (1 MΩ)
  • Output Impedance: 600 Ohm (600 Ω)
  • 110 dB DNR Audio Path
  • 24-bit Audio Conversion
  • 56-bit Digital Data Path
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Ventris Dual Reverb Demo Videos

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Ventris Dual Reverb: Official Demo
Lyle Brewer plays some killer guitar in the official Source Audio demo of the Ventris Dual Reverb.

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Andy Demos the Ventris Dual Reverb
Andy at Reverb.com demonstrates the classic tones of the Ventris’ TRUE SPRING engine as well as non-traditional sounds like OFFSPRING.

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Pete Thorn Demos the Ventris Dual Reverb
The always magnificent, Pete Thorn pulls beautiful atmospheric sounds and epic lead tones from the Ventris.

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Ventris Dual Reverb: Chords of Orion
Our friend Bill Vencil (a.k.a “Chords of Orion”) created an outstanding ambient guitar video with the Ventris.

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Ventris Dual Reverb: Premier Guitar
John Bohlinger at PG finds beautiful sounds upon plugging his Strat into the Premier Gear Award winning Ventris Reverb.

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Ventris Dual Reverb: EytschPi42
Our old friend Henning Pauly is not intimidated by technology, watch him go deep into the tone and function of Ventris.​

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Ventris Dual Reverb: Mike Hermans
Mike Hermans checks out the Ventris in a full band context as well as an in-depth knob turning exploration.

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Ventris Dual Reverb on SonicState.com
Nick and Gaz of SonicState experiment with the Neuro Desktop Editor and dual reverb possibilities for synth players.

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Ventris Dual Reverb Tutorial Demos
Don’t like reading instructions? Check out our Ventris Dual Reverb tutorials. It’s an easy way to find hidden features in the Ventris.

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The Blind Test: Is It Fender or Ventris?
Ryan over at 60 Cycle Hum offers a blind taste test between a Fender spring tank and the Ventris Outboard Spring engine.

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Tone Junkie TV Tears Into the Ventris
Our friend Nate Sousa plays some beautiful guitar for this comprehensive look at each Ventris Dual Reverb engine.

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Ventris Dual Reverb with Bass
Nathan Navarro plays a beautiful bass solo through the Ventris Dual Reverb’s Hall L engine for ultra-wide stereo spread.

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Using the Neuro App with the Ventris
An in-depth tutorial on using the Neuro Mobile App to create presets with the Ventris Dual Reverb.

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Music Is Win Features the Ventris
Tyler Larson, the man behind Music Is Win plugs his 7-String John Petrucci Signature into the Ventris Dual Reverb.

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HolyOneMusic Finds Dual Reverb Bliss
The folks at HolyOneMusic found a divine tone by combining the Ventris Dual Reverb’s E-Dome and Shimmer engines.

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5 Tips On Combining Reverb & Delay
Guitarist Rhett Shull shares pointers on combining sounds from the Ventris Dual Reverb and Nemesis Delay.

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Ambient Guitar with Ventris & Nemesis
Chords of Orion performs the song, Trodden Path then deconstructs the effects that comprise the tone.

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Ventris Dual Reverb and Synthesizer
Nick Batt the Editor at Sonic State, demos the Ventris with the Arturia Mini Brute 2 synthesizer.

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Feature Length Ventris Reverb Demo
This 2 hour  Ventris Dual Reverb demo video from Wire Dream Disasters leaves no tone unturned. ​

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Dan & Mick of That Pedal Show
The guys used the Ventris Dual Reverb to create sonic space in several episodes of  the always educational That Pedal Show.

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Chicago Music Exchange: Ventris
Shelby over at Chicago Music Exchange goes all the way around the effect selector dial in this top notch demo.

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Schnobel Tone: Ventris Dual Reverb
Basically Schnobel Tone is Roman Belonozhko. Roman is an excellent guitarist and this is an excellent video.

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Creating Dual Reverb Presets with Ventris
A step-by-step tutorial on how to create a dual reverb preset with the Ventris. Do it with or without the Neuro Editor.

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Sweetwater with Daniel Fisher
Our friend Daniel Fisher is a master of combining synthesizer with effects pedals. Check out his Ventris with synth videos.

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Guitarist Magazine: Ventris Dual Reverb 
The ultimate knob turning video from the talented folks at Guitarist Magazine from over in the UK.

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Ventris Dual Reverb: E-Dome Engine
Focusing on the E-Dome engine, the Ventris’s largest most ambient room reverb effect.

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Ventris Dual Reverb: Hall L Engine
Shining the spotlight on the Hall L engine. Hall L rediscovers the large and lush sounds of high-powered, 80s rack effects.

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Ventris Dual Reverb: Lo-Fi Engine
Lo-Fi embraces destructive elements like distortion, oversaturation, and pitch fluctuation for a marvelously “unpretty” sound.

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Ventris Dual Reverb: Outboard Spring
The Outboard Spring engine was inspired by extremely “drippy” sounds of vintage spring reverb tanks like the Fender 6G15. ​​

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Ventris Dual Reverb: Room Engine
A close-up look at the Ventris Dual Reverb’s Room engine. Room captures the ambient reverberations of a real acoustic space.

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Ventris Dual Reverb: JHS Vlog
Josh Scott – the mastermind behind JHS pedals – looks at some Extraordinary Reverbs in a JHS pedals Vlog.

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Paul Davids Talks Shimmer Reverb
When is enough enough when it comes to your favorite effects? Case in point: Shimmer Reverb.

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Toys in the Studio: Ventris Dual Reverb
Mauerfall Kollektiv tests the ambient possibilities on the more exploratory side of the Ventris Dual Reverb dial.

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Nathan Builds Bass Pedalboard
Nathan Navarro builds an epic bass pedalboard, then performs with it. Sweet Ventris sounds at 2:11!

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Discussing DSP Engineering
Source Audio’s Chief Scientist Bob Chidlaw talks about creating guitar and bass effects pedals with DSP (Digital Signal Processing)
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What Is Spring Reverb???
Bob Chidlaw (Source Audio’s Chief Tech) discusses spring reverb and how to replicate it in the digital world.

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Do_Noise Does the Ventris
Sonic adventurer, Do_Noise explores the Ventris Dual Reverb and its ability to mix together two reverb effects.
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