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.
The evolution of convolution takes several steps forward with Inspired Acoustics’ awe‑inspiring immersive reverb.
Your virtual assistant is here to help you find the perfect reverb...
Have you ever wished convolution reverbs could be a little more malleable?
Eventide have put their out‑there reverb effect into a compact pedal.
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.
Not all algorithmic reverbs work in the same way.
If lush, smooth, shimmer reverb and freeze effects are your thing, look no further than ShimmerVerb.
Based on impulse responses, Spaces incorporates profiles of some of Bob Clearmountain's favourite rooms and echo chambers, along with some of the processing used on many of his hit records.
Best known for their high-end guitar reverb effects pedals, the company has recently ported their reverb algorithm into software.
We bask in the reflective glory of a rather special algorithmic reverb generator.
The AR1 is an algorithmic reverb supporting 64-bit VST and AU plug‑in formats on Mac and Windows.
MorphVerb's stylish interface is dominated by a large dial, which lets you blend between two reverb algorithms...
Have IK managed to bottle the sound of the famous Hollywood studio?
Bucketverb imagines a history where charge-coupled analogue delay chips were used to create reverberation, and in which the digital reverb revolution never happened.
The Verbum Entropic Hall plug-in uses a chaotic reflections algorithm to create a reverb with a character that's reminiscent of early reverb machines...
If you're seeking a performance-friendly effects processor with a top-notch signal path, this might be just what the doctor ordered...
We try out what must be the most cost-effective programmable 24-bit effects unit on the market. But can quality really come at such a low price?
Though marketed as a guitar effects unit, the G Force might be more accurately described as a full-function studio effects processor with some neat guitar-related functions added.
If you've £250 to spare and a reverb-shaped hole in your studio, Lexicon would like you to fill it with their latest budget processor, which offers 20-bit converters, a digital output as standard, and the famous Lexicon Ambience effect.
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