BEST Plug In Reverb

Discussion in 'Mixing & Editing' started by jazzbass12, Dec 31, 2004.

  1. jazzbass12

    jazzbass12 Active Member

    Mar 14, 2003
    Taunton MA
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    Not sure if this is the correct forum;
    Any opinions on the best plug in Reverb?
    I am thinking of getting Room Verb (Spin Audio).

    Rich O
  2. Pez

    Pez Active Member

    Dec 27, 2002
    plug in reverb

    The new UAD-1 140 Plate reverb is quite good. It uses a lot of processing power though. I believe it's about 150 bucks and you need to have a UAD-1 card installed in your computer to use it. Great results here. Most software verbs don't seem to "gel" with the original sound. This verb sounds very realistic as if the original source was recorded in the same room.
  3. splurge

    splurge Guest

    Before you spend any money, try this.

    Absolutely free.

    I use it all the time.


  4. DKeenum

    DKeenum Active Member

    Oct 16, 2004
    oftware reverbs are a whole other world, and most of us use hardware reverbs as a comparison. I don't know how fair that is. I'm not saying it isn't valid, but I do think it's something to keep in mind. Have you tried the free reverbs? Have you tried sir and the noisevault impulses? Have you tried ambience?

    To answer your question directly, yes, room verb is a good reverb... but try the demo and see if you like it's "sound." I use awinda's reverb a lot, but I rairly see it used as anyone's favorite reverb.
  5. zemlin

    zemlin Distinguished Member

    Sep 4, 2004
    Indianapolis, IN
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    SIR is very versatile. One I use a lot is the (formerly Ultrafunk) Cakewalk Sonitus:FX Reverb. I really like the early reflections it produces. The UI is very straightforward and it is VERY easy on the CPU.
  6. DKeenum

    DKeenum Active Member

    Oct 16, 2004
    I also use the Cakewalk Sonitus:FX Reverb a lot.

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