Favorite Reverb Plugin?

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  1. anvier

    anvier Ultrasonic

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    Softube Tsar-1
    excellent and clean spaces
     
  2. LALALA

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    -Relab 480 and VSR24 (and waiting for P4N).
    -VSS.
     
  3. JohnEncore

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    Depends on what you want: effect or room-simulation. In my productions I need convincing rooms and I prefer the Lexicon PCM and/or Altiverb.
     
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  4. Iggy

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    It's weird that we get hung up on that one particular sound and can't deal with anything that deviates from it. It's weirder that, with all the choices out there, we can't find the one decent sound that works. I'm still hung up on the fact that Lexicon PCM doesn't work ... because it's Lexicon! How could it not work? But somehow, it doesn't, not for me.
     
  5. serdarolguner

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    this is me check out ! My favourite Rvb Altiverb
     
  6. Philby

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    Valhalla verbs, except for orchestral stuff then Phoenixverb and other from exponential audio. I have found Altiverb very nice but it doesn't get out of the way like Phoenixverb.
     
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  7. PouyaDH

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    Valhalla is pretty wet. a good sounding wet not the generic wet. pretty good for use on electronic music (Padz, Padz & Padz). ArtsAcoustic for orchestral compositions and REDline (MY love) for everything else.
     
  8. muaB

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    all has been said but still its fun to talk about reverbs!

    fx/room: glace verb!!! (sadly only 32 bit vst)

    simulation/fx: any impule resonse loading reverb thing, valhalla(is also very flexible and can make super nixe soundscapes plus thick shit)
    generic/allround: ableton reverb ;) softube (sounds very smooth and silky)
    something very special: hardware/dsp based reverbs/spring tanks
    something too special: actual real rooms you use for reverbation

    maybe its worth mentioning that using predelay makes more realistic spaces.
    early reflections come first- giving you the sense for the room, then after the predelay the reverb kicks in.
    50 to 120 ms is good.
    for fx you dont really need predelay.
    also distorting the reverb can be cool!

    also why is this tread still a thing?
    haha i love reverbs
     
  9. vector99

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    i use eareverb 2
     
  10. filtersweep

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    redline reverb... valhalla vintage verb ( room and plate are excellent also) .. uvi relayer
    there's tonnes actually.. i also love eventide (esp. black hole)...
    ps. forgort to mention: T-Verb... beautiful...
     
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  11. Fudsey Plange

    Fudsey Plange Audiosexual

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    So, after three and a half years and nearly four hundred replies later, I'm still not telling you what MY favourite reverb is.

    :metal:
     
  12. thepie

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    For Pop/Urban vss3 is flipping awesome on drums, replaced my Lex's. However Lex is still king on Vocals. For classical.orchestral B2 is amazing. Really want to try the Relab stuff.
     
  13. muaB

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    you sick individual, why do you torture us like that?
     
  14. kike1

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    What about Eventide?
     
  15. Zenarcist

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    I'll let you know in 2020 ... watch this space :winker:
     
  16. thepie

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    StereoRoom and Blackhole are both awesome plugins.
     
  17. xbitz

    xbitz Rock Star

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    just mention, "Moveable source reverb emulators" like the
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    one are also quite useful, create one virtual space (using multiple instances with same preset) for different sources and play with the early ref. positions result is > more faithful localization and more defined depth

    ps. convolution reverbs are also support this simply involve different impulse responses taken at different positions within the room, the distance is often mentioned in the preset name (for example, 1 m away, 3 maway and so forth) worth to try it
     
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  18. Euphonic

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    I never use just one reverb I always use 2 or more commonly 3. Altiverb, tcworks and Verbsuite... I have a ton of them but these work for me
     
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    This is exactly what I've done lately to create the illusion of depth. It's pretty convincing, and really opened up my mixes providing more detail and clarity as well (which was an unexpected surprise). I also adjusted tail volume thinking if the source is closer to you, you hear less of that in relation to the dry. I use the idea of 1ms = ~1 foot when making adjustments. For a rock band mix, I decided to use three different zones (room, room closer, room closest) and varied the predelay by ~2ms in each zone. Then just send the tracks to their appropriate "spaces". Using the same room in each three instances "glues" things together really well. I see in some online tutorials that others create this depth by using different reverbs altogether and delays. I wanted a sense of cohesiveness so I used the same room. It's surprising what happened to the sound given that the only differences were the 2ms difference between the zones and the tail volume adjustments.
     
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  20. xbitz

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    worth to check http://wavearts.com/products/plugins/panorama/ too, its last rock demo at the bottom
     
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