Favorite Reverb Plugin?

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  1. Baali Soda

    Baali Soda Producer

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    I am assuming he meant Kilohearts's Reverb plugin

    https://kilohearts.com/products/reverb

    I could be wrong, though!
     
  2. Lambchop

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    There are so many... from
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    ...to abandoned water towers. All real.
     
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  3. Ankit

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    https://kilohearts.com/products/reverb
    My bad, it's kilohearts. I like their simple plugins.
     
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    UAD AKG BX
     
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    2C Audio Aether and B2.they have the best stereo correlation IMO.Lexicon is up there too but it's hella expensive
     
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  6. NextGenSound

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    1. Softube Tsar (early reflections)
    2. Lexicon
    3. Altiverb
    Pretty much just use those!
     
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    I would have to say Slate Digital Verb suite Classics as This plug blows the balls off any other reverb in my arsenal although 2CAudio B2 Isn't far behind.
     
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    1.UAD EMT 140
    2.Valhalla Vintage Verb
    3.Lexicon
    4.Fl Studio Convolution Reverb
    5.Waves Trueverb
     
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  9. powerplay

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    good old Lexicon.
     
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    VVV, Vroom, Vplate, Vshimmer, Pro-R... more than too much... I mostly use VRoom. And these all use your CPU efficiently.
     
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    @Von_Steyr you've repeated a few times how the quality of a piece of music/audio is greatly determined by the use of reverb. It's really stuck with me and I finally understand it. When I came back from my hiatus I could hear all sorts of things in reverb that were somehow obscure to me before. It really makes all the difference - I'm fucking hooked now.

    I still don't love Valhalla as much as everyone else does. It's good, but IMO not better than Sparkverb. I really love Ableton's Convolution Reverb Pro, too. Shame it's kind of a buggy mess
     
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    Although all the usuals have been mentioned I am recently thoroughly enjoying PSP's SpringBox. Although a spring verb it can behave as a standard master verb if used in moderation.
     
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    My favorite right now is FabFilter Pro-R - Reverb Plug-In :like:
     
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    For Hardware Synth there is nothing better than my Empress Reverb, very brutal for synthlines but very expensive. I like the uad Ocean Way Studio (outstanding plugin u can make every sampled intruments sound like u recorded a instrument in a real room)the emt, 224 and cooper time cube very much. Best native reverb i heard is Lx 480 from relab and for normal stuff i like Valhalla stuff. But the empress kills them all on synths in my opinon. And if u like 80s music like i do u need the AMS NEVE Expanded on drums very nice but not versatile.
     
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    Audio Ease Altiverb 7
    UAD Lexicon 224.
     
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    I often use diffusion delay (echoboy, Replika) for long reverbs.
     
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    My friend recently got the keys to an abandoned church about a month ago, for the next 4 years.
    Considering taking my Trace Elliot cabs there + a mic. It actually has a pretty descent PA installed for speech.
    Pretty sure I'll end up designating it 'studio C' not before long ... Only thing that bugs me is that I can't quite dial in the decay time and
    tails anytime soon.
     
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  20. I'm taking my mini portable rig into the parking garage tomorrow (I would have done it tonight but for the clapping and dramatic thunderstorms we're involved in this evening) with a couple of mics. I found a good spot in there that sounds awesome, seemingly no problematic nodes to deal with. I like concrete!

    Enjoy the church! Have you seen this yet? All natural church ambience, a natural chamber and thoughtful mic placement is the best reverb.



    or this...

     
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