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The Renaissance Reverb Native from Waves is a reverb plug-in that features the classic rich reverb tails of high-end hardware, while delivering precision control over all aspects of reverb simulation. The software provides an advanced early reflection system, and dual-band EQ and damping controls. An interesting feature of the early reflections is the ability to input negative values, thus delaying the dry signal. This can create an interesting bloom effect before the onset of the dry signal.

  • Twelve reverb types
  • De-correlation for subtle early reflections changes and fine tuning
  • Negative Predelay value delays the dry signal
  • Up to 24-bit/96kHz resolution
  • Mono to stereo and stereo components


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