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Need recommendation: Excellent software reverb Reverb & Delay Plugins
Old 30th December 2010
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Need recommendation: Excellent software reverb

After trying and failing to get the sounds I want out of logics space designer ive decided im going to invest in a new reverb. Can any of you guys recommend a very high quality software reverb? Ideally it wont be a convolution reverb as I find I.R's seem to dictate what I can achieve in terms of space and decay.

My price range is $600 but may go a little further for a very good one.

Not so bothered if it's CPU hungry either.

Needs to be available as an AU.
Old 30th December 2010
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Have you checked out UAD's stuff?

The EMT emulations are brilliant.

Also the Waves Rennaissance Reverb's are really nice sounding too.

of course, in the right situations.
Old 31st December 2010
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i am actually trying to rid myself of that gosh dang WUP stuff, that i just can't stand. i'm leaning towards the stillwell verbiage, as a convo, and i really like the space designer that comes with logic pro. i think i can replace the ir-l with it...
i'm looking for a new 'verb as well, i guess
Old 31st December 2010
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If you want a great convolution library and a great but not CPU hungry plug, then Altiverb is king, IMO.

I love the UAD EMT verb, and use them a lot.

A new one, which is cheap but good is the Valhalla shimmer. It does what it does really good. Pitchshift/detuned verb can be a thing of beauty.

The final one I will mention is Aether. It's a CPU hog, BUT the sound is really great. It does "Hello I am a VERY big reverb" very good.
Old 31st December 2010
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Hi Mardi Gras,
never tried Breverb from overloud? www.overloud.com
It is not to much expensive and is an extraordinary algorithm based reverb. Sounds great!
A little problem with the GUI
Best Regards
Leo
Old 31st December 2010
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yup - Breverb is good for the dosh. Recommended.
Old 31st December 2010
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Ik Multimedia's CSR studio reverb aint bad for pretty cheap too
Old 31st December 2010
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Altiverb. Very useful, Very versatile.



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Old 31st December 2010
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Why has no one mentioned Lexicon LXP Native?

Especially now that audiomidi.com has it for $399:

LXP Native Reverb Plug-in Bundle from audioMIDI.com
Old 31st December 2010
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Sonnox Oxford Reverb has been working well for me.

Sky
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