Posts with tag reverb-effect

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Exploring Different Types of Reverb

Reverb is a staple of music production, but how much do you really know about the different types? This handy guide will help you sort your chambers from your plates...

Review: Reverbical: Truly Clever Reverb

Reverbical is an inspiring sounding reverb with some innovative features like morphing between presets. Noah Pred puts it to the test in this shimmering review.

Music Producers Guide To Reverb

If you're looking to understand reverb, the various types and their ideal uses in your mixes, then you're in the right place. Joe Albano is here to explain all this and more.

Free Tim Exile SLOW Reverb Plugin For Reaktor / VST / AU

If you enjoy creating long, lush drones, washed up noise and more using a reverb processor, then you'll love S L O W from Tim Exile. Even better... it's FREE!

Review: Zynaptiq ADAPTIVERB

Do we need more reverb plugins? Wait. Zynaptiq ADAPTIVERB is something special. If the tag line, "harmonic tracking resynthesis" confuses you, don't worry. Think of it as a new frontier for reverbs!

Picking The Perfect UAD Reverb Plugin

With so many quality plug-ins available in the UAD ecosystem, don't get stuck choosing the right reverb. Matt Vanacoro suggest his top 7 reverb processors for specific production tasks.

Review: Eventide Tverb

The new Tverb from Eventide uses three virtual microphones with the aim to simulate the reverb of a space. Each mic position can be adjusted and mixed. Joe Albano finds out how well this performs.

Review: Valhalla DSP Reverbs

If you're searching for the perfect reverb plug-in and you haven't given Valhalla DSP Reverbs a spin, then you really should. Lynda Arnold takes a deep look at the four reverb units on offer.

Zynaptiq AdaptiVerb Is A Revolutionary Reverb Plugin Using Self-Driving Car Tech, Demo at Messe 2016

Synaptic's new plug-ins at Musikmesse 2016 caused quite a stir. AdaptiVerb uses self-learning robot technology! And Wormhole is every Sci-Fi game and film sound designer's dream. Watch the demos now.

Review: Meris Mercury7 Hardware Reverb for 500 Series

Imagine a gorgeous sounding, diverse reverb unit in a 500 series hardware unit with creative controls. Then Meris Mercury7 is one to check out. Watch and read our review below.

Eventide Tverb Emulates Tony Visconti 3 Mic Technique From David Bowie’s Heroes

Here's a native audio plug-in from Eventide and Tony Visconti that emulates the room sound of the vocal effect of Heroes by David Bowie. And it sounds just like the original Hansa studio!

Eventide Blackhole: Hollywood's Secret Weapon for Reverb Now 75% Off

Eventide describe Blackhole as the secret weapon for Hollywood sound designers and they're giving everyone the opportunity to get hands-on with this reverb plug-in at 75% off until March 31st.

Don’t Use the Wrong Reverb: Finding the Best Reverb For Instruments and Vocals

Knowing what NOT to do is as helpful as knowing what to do. Avoiding mistakes can result in a fuller understanding of good practice and techniques, especially when it come to mixing reverb & delay.

Review: PSP 2445, Plug-In Reverb Emulation of EMT 244 / 245

A software emulation of two classic EMT reverb units, the PSP 2445 is inexpensive, CPU efficient, and easy to use. Jay Asher finds out if it sounds impressive too.

Meris Mercury 7, 500 Series Algorithmic DSP Reverb Unit That Sounds Inspiring

So you have some space in a 500 rack? The new Mercury 7 from Meris could fit in there. It is a reverb unit with analog mix and dry sign path... and more than any specs, simply sounds beautiful.