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30th January 2010
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Considering that the 480 has probably been used on more hip hop classics than all others combined, I think pretty much everyone here will want this one.

Interesting info, so i guess this one won't be a convo reverb but an actual recreation of the original algorythms ? Right ?

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You can try our Empty 250 reverb as well.
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Breverb is pretty damn competent.

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Interesting info, so i guess this one won't be a convo reverb but an actual recreation of the original algorythms ? Right ?

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Correct.
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Tony, if it sounds as good as it looks! I can not wait to use it!

However I should try Breverb, too!
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The Nebula commercial version has some of the best reverbs, imo. They're not thin sounding like a lot of the others.
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Another one I think is incredible is the Lexicon PCM.. but it's probably too pricey to qualify as "not breaking the bank".
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Another one I think is incredible is the Lexicon PCM.. but it's probably too pricey to qualify as "not breaking the bank".
ive heard from people these are just about 1:1 ports of the algorithms? if so, this could be a steal. the combination of the virtual functionality, and classic lexicon sound hits the sweet spot.
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Another one I think is incredible is the Lexicon PCM.. but it's probably too pricey to qualify as "not breaking the bank".
If Breverb and the forthcoming PlugIn you mentioned, Tony, are as good as they are supposed to be the PCM96 is not interesting for me!

I like the old sound. Today I still mix with my PCM81 and 91 and I love them. I heard the 96, which I really like (Hardware), but it is not so hot that I would exchange it against any of the two I own!!!

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To me D-verb pretty much does suck, and I know how to use it. I think Altiverb sounds too static. My friend owns Lexicon PCM and it sounds really rich and lush and blows almost anything ITB away. I've demoed Breverb and it's pretty decent, not exciting enough for me to buy. I think CSR is okay, a bit synthetic but it's usable in small doses. Nebula has some good sounds if you can handle using it. I haven't yet tried EmPTy 250 but am curious about it. I'll probably check out Reverberate, but mostly I'm waiting to hear how the "Mystery Plug In" that Tony's talking about sounds. Good affordable ITB Reverb has been a hard one to come by IMO. Cheers!
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This one will be worth waiting for....


500 usd for a one trick pony plug?? I would rather sink 600 for altiverb. I am happy with my WAves IR-1, TL Space and Dverb
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500 usd for a one trick pony plug?? I would rather sink 600 for altiverb. I am happy with my WAves IR-1, TL Space and Dverb
Huh? $500 for all of the reverb algorithms in the 480 is 1 trick? To me that is a bag of useful tricks, while convolution (ir-1, altiverb) is a ton of 2 dimensional scans of what reverb should sound like.

Yes, the 480 plug is awesome.
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13th September 2010
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500 usd for a one trick pony plug?? I would rather sink 600 for altiverb. I am happy with my WAves IR-1, TL Space and Dverb
Are you referring to the Lite version with the Random Hall algorithm? It's $199.

BTW, I have all of those that you listed, and none of them are capable of sounding like this one.
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This is my fist post and im not sure where I should post it at but any ways. Im looking for some Good/decent quality reverb plugins that wont break the bank (dfegadD-verb Sucks) any suggestions?

lol, D-Verb is a tool that all the reverb vendors created and used to make pro tools users frustrated and go out and buy a decent product (conspiracy).

LOL, cheap, cheap, cheap......
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This one will be worth waiting for....

Whatever happened with this?? It seems to be available only in a $200 "lite" version with no demo??
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I want this, but not as a reverb plug but just a midi controller plug for my 480.
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PSP Easyverb
Easy does the job sounds good
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Tc electronics native reverb pro is my favorite right now. It sounds really good used subtly on drums
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