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Protoverb

Protoverb free VSTProtoverb is an experimental reverb based on the idea of a "room simulator". Most algorithmic reverbs try to avoid resonances or model the reflections of sound from a rooms walls. Protoverb does the opposite. It builds up as many room resonances as possible, modeling the body of air in the room. It therefore does not need to modulate or colour the signal. The result is a very natural sounding reverbration with some interesting features: Long standing frequencies resonate louder, as if the air takes some time to get excited. Multiple instruments don't mash into a diffuse mud, they stay distinct. If you play a short melody, the room seems to repeat a ghost echo of that melody. Those properties are indeed found in churches and large halls, but they're rarely found in conventional algorithmic reverbs.

 

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Thursday 12 January 2017 - 07:21 am | | Reverb


SIR1 reverb

This is a reverb device that works with "impulse-responses". This is a reverb device that works with "impulse-responses". Impulse-responses are generated by recording short broadband signals and their corresponding room-reflections. What you get contains the information needed to reproduce the same room with other signals .

 

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Tuesday 08 March 2016 - 9:20 pm | | Reverb


FreeverbToo

FreeverbToo is a studio-quality reverb FreeverbToo is a studio-quality reverb plugin based on the Schroeder/Moorer algorithm.

Main features:
- graphical user interface / easy handling
- better reverb quality and less CPU-usage than the original freeverb
- adjustable gate for gated reverb
- direct visualization of reverb parameters
- freeze mode
- 32 bit processing
- support for sampling rates up to 192 kHz

 

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Saturday 13 February 2016 - 07:38 am | | Reverb


Sanford Reverb

Sanford ReverbThe Sanford Reverb is a true stereo reverb. It is capable of simulating everything from small rooms to giant cavernous spaces. Its sound is dense, clean, and crisp making it perfect for most situations. Left and right input channels each have a set of 3 early reflections that can be independently set.

The filter section lets you shape the tone of the reverb’s output, and damping is provided to simulate wall absorption. Together these features let you shape the reverb sound to simulate almost any room.

 

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Sunday 31 January 2016 - 08:50 am | | Reverb


Ambience High Quality Reverb

Ambience High Quality ReverbAmbience is a reverb that rivals the quality of the best commercial reverbs. it's  a versatile reverb and works well for almost any application.  Ambience as a lot of features and comes with nice presets. It can generate a realistic output.

 

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Sunday 22 March 2015 - 1:14 pm | | Reverb


epicVerb reverberation

epicVerb reverberationThe “epicVerb” reverberation device aims at both: Tight small room and ambience effect simulation well suited to modern drum and vocal productions up to large “epic” halls as known from high quality outboard gear.

 

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Tuesday 20 January 2015 - 6:52 pm | | Reverb


MdspDuckVerb

MdspDuckVerb The reverb output is compressed when there is a certain amount of signal present on its input. It allows to use a lot of wet signal on a voice without loosing too much intelligibility.

 
Get it from mdsp.smartelectronix.com : MdspDuckVerb

 

 
Wednesday 26 November 2014 - 07:53 am | | Reverb


Glaceverb

Glaceverb Dasample's first attempt to implement its works on Residual Vector Modulation (RVM) in a VST plugin. RVM is a proprietary algorithm developed to calculate the deformations, the vibrations and the acoustic response of surfaces and materials .Imagine a big orchestra playing in a giant box builded with thin metal sheets. As the panels are not very rigid, the box will vibrate according to the energy of music and produce an audible spectral deformation. RVM algorithm is able to simulate such deformations and vibrations and apply them to the original signal.

 

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Monday 09 June 2014 - 10:47 am | | Reverb








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