No problem, there are 3 separate reverbs going, 2 are stereo. One of 4 mono channels is a Bugbrand Spring Tanker influenced by various CV from the Lorre-Mill Double Knot and is effecting one of the 2 Hordijk Blippoo boxes. The stereo output of the Lorre-Mill is sent on some pieces to a Jomox T-Resonator (9v AC model, sometimes in reverb mode), and other times through a TC Electronics Hall of Fame in stereo. There is also a Bug Brand PT Delay on one Blippoo leg which is influenced by CV from either of the 2 Blippoo or the Double Knot (it can occasionally sound like reverb as well depending on what the various CV is sending). I’m doing live patching and twiddling, so things change rapidly throughout each piece and are not easily tracked mentally. All of the effects are pre-mixer and then mixed and summed to 2 channels and sent to a digital recorder. There is no post-production effect or compression added on any of the tracks in that series.
The other things that influence the quality, timing and timbre of the reverbs are the 2 BugBrand Cross Over Filters. I only use the one treble band output on each, but they are both influenced by CV from both Blippoo boxes in various orders that change rapidly (sometimes by CV from the Double Knot). There’s a lot of mixing going on with the magic fingers of CV and depending on the settings of the reverbs and the output in terms of band from the voices and filters, it kind of makes a “moving around the cave while playing live” kind of sound to me.
I hope this description isn’t too messy!