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MixBus doesn't come with reverb. What VST should I get?
Old 2 weeks ago
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MixBus doesn't come with reverb. What VST should I get?

Just recently returned to the recording world after many years away.

I've managed to find my MixBus licence thankfully, but it looks like it doesn't have any plugins or built in effects other than a bit of eq and tape saturation and some very simple compression.

I'm looking to add a reverb and maybe an eq or compressor. There's some great black friday sales on, so I thought I should jump on them.

I know this is broad as Frick, but if you were in my shoes what would you want to buy?
Old 2 weeks ago
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Relab LX480 is currently on sale for $174
Old 2 weeks ago
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Sonsig A is even cheaper at $99 (and I like it better). Verberate 2. Valhalla Vintage or Room. 2c Breeze. Etc.
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Would anyone rate H Reverb by waves?

Their black friday sale looks huge!
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Would anyone rate H Reverb by waves?

Their black friday sale looks huge!
Most people here don't like Waves. I don't know why.
Old 2 weeks ago
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Originally Posted by Eric Stravinsky View Post
Most people here don't like Waves. I don't know why.
Their stuff seems decent and we'll priced. That's a noodle scratcher
Old 2 weeks ago
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I´m a huge fan of the affordable VALHALLA stuff and Fab Filter is also brilliant.
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Valhalla reverbs are really good and nicely priced, I too would start from there.
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I use Farbfilter R and love it.
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Valhalla VintageVerb is great, and sooo affordable. I use it all the time along side Altiverb, UAD Reverbs, Waves Reverbs, Fabfilter Reverb etc
Old 2 weeks ago
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There are lots of great reverbs out there. For versatility and great sound, I've been really impressed with the latest version of 2CAudio Breeze. It's an algorithmic reverb that is light enough on CPU to easily put on many tracks (which they recommend). It has some interesting features like group processing as well as a mode that allows you to put a source either psycho-acoustically close to you or far away (not just wet/dry). They also sell a sort of visual editor that interacts with Breeze instances called Precedence that lets you adjust where multiple sources are within an acoustic space, though I don't own that. Breeze is on sale for $100 right now. No iLok.
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