Tai Chi is an algorithmic reverb plug‑in with some very handy features that allow it to cover more ground than most...
In our exclusive video, Abbey Road's Mirek Stiles explains how EMI’s studio boffins developed their secret weapon, and puts it through its paces on drums, guitars, vocals and more.
Like other Baby Audio plug‑ins, Crystalline combines great sound with a refreshing GUI.
Could this modern tape delay prove to be even better than the real thing?
This modern take on the Lexicon 224 may be a pedal, but it has applications that go way beyond guitar.
IK Multimedia’s Fame Studio Reverb emulates the sound of the legendary FAME studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
With both a hardware pedal and a plug‑in version included, this classy‑sounding reverb offers more options than most.
The masters of convolution have finally produced a reverb, but it’s far from being a straightforward convolution reverb.
The latest addition to Focusrite’s AI‑powered Collective makes great‑sounding reverbs easy to achieve.
We all love a good spring reverb, and the Light Pedal from Gamechanger Audio offers much more than most.
SILO combines granular processing with reverb and pitch change, the aim being to produce complex, musically involving effects...
Want the classic Lexicon sound without having to dive deep into the parameter pages? You’re in luck...
If you’re looking for one reverb to rule them all, HOFA’s massively comprehensive plug‑in ticks all the boxes.
This ‘wet effects generator’ is aimed squarely at modern productions.
Waves have a long‑standing relationship with celebrated rock music mixer Chris Lord‑Alge, and CLA Epic offers the user some of Chris’s favourite delay and reverb treatments.
With patch‑morphing and a built‑in step sequencer, the NightSky is no ordinary reverb unit.
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The evolution of convolution takes several steps forward with Inspired Acoustics’ awe‑inspiring immersive reverb.
Eventide have put their out‑there reverb effect into a compact pedal.
Have you ever wished convolution reverbs could be a little more malleable?
Eventide’s Spring is a meticulous emulation of the kind of spring reverb you might find in a guitar combo, but with an extended parameter range for more creative uses.
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