True.... its a real space shaper!!
Originally Posted by lokeys
I have owned this Redline Reverb for nearly a year now, and i can tell you, its amazing. now, true, when really turned up high it does tend to get grainy and unusable, but below that point, its absolutely incredible reverb. I have the top of the line Lexicon Plugin reverbs, and this does not sound like the lexicons, this has its own sound. I find it amazing on drums, u can get that bruce springsteen born in the USA drum sound off of these reverb. Its a fantastic reverb, one of the very best.
I came around it yesterday, and I thought . wow that is it.
I took demos of many of the new plugs Lexicon-Native as well others....but the redline blew me away.
Sure, some of them are in the same ballpark, but my taste was more near to the redline-code.
1. Ease of use - 10/10
2. Sound 10/10
I am happy that the times are over where I had to use several plug combinations to get that expensive sound I knew by my cd collection. The best of it all:
Its no CPU hog but sounds gorgeous!!
The reverb glues with the signal, believable depth an dimension!!
My guesswork - a true gifted developer team wrote the code! You get a 60 day demo period- don't be a fool - try it.
I could only live with that one.
You can go over small ambiances to concert halls up to to crazy sounds; you may find in 70s films.
Throw on massive amounts of reverb and still smile. Many SW verbs cant handle massive amounts of reverb- redline reverb can.
I will never go back the IR reverb route...
The redline reverb lets create me all spaces to my taste and is with this a time saver.
It delivers believable ERs as well as depth/dimension!!! LOVE IT.... Will buy it- at 150$ - it deserves to be called - NO BRAINER!!!