Reverb is a vital component of mixing but it's easy to overuse. Here, Joe Albano shares 5 pro tips to help you get it right.
Eventide's new Blackhole Reverb pedal is designed to take your sounds beyond event horizon.
Joe Albano takes us beyond the basics of inline audio processing and shines a light upon parallel processing and the benefits and uses of using sends and returns when mixing with reverb.
This new 3-voice tunable reverb plug-in from Tritik can do more than add shimmer to your mixes, it might even give you goosebumps too.
United Plugins introduce Muramasa, a new brand in the portfolio. Their first plugin is a futuristic reverb with an attractive dual GUI called MorphVerb.
How good does Spring, the latest reverb from Eventide, really sound? Alongside the intuitive interface Noah Pred takes a look at how creative this reverb plugin really is.
Get the sound of outer space in your productions with this new plug-in from G-Sonique. The first 80 customers can get it at a discount.
Bring a modern reverb character to your productions with this all-new algorithmic reverb plug-in from Abletunes.
Emulating the character of guitar amp reverb systems, this new plug-in from Eventide goes beyond what is possible in the hardware domain.
Using TXVerbâ„¢ technology, Perfect Room from denise aims to be a different kind of reverb. Here's how it sounds.
Recapture the sound of classic 1980s and 1990s reverb hardware units with this new expansion library - and it's available at a discount until November 11th.
This multi-talented hardware effects unit is capable of some amazing sounds. We caught it in action at Soundmit in Italy.
Get the sound of Eventide hardware effects on your iPhone or iPad with this newly released standalone, Audio Unit and IAA-compatible app.
This affordable software reverb from Madrona Labs goes beyond simply adding space and has sound design potential of its own, as Noah Pred discovered.
Running on your iOS device as standalone apps or plug-ins, these three processors from Eventide will help you produce music on the move. Hollin Jones tried them out.