Best Reverb Plugins?

Discussion in 'Tracking / Mixing / Editing' started by sampsoniter, Jul 31, 2004.

  1. sampsoniter

    sampsoniter Guest

    For a long time now, I would just apply whatever basic reverb plug came with whatever program I was using, generally FL studio , so using the "fruity reverb" plugin.....I thought this was fine, and especially like how there were presets for drums, and a studio preset I'd use for vocals... though recently in search for more plugins, I've been seeing alot of reverb plugins, each claiming to be the better, though from what I gather, it seems that most renowned reverb plug would be the Lexicon one....but I think it's only available with sonar 3?.....anyway, I've been trying out this FreeVerb plugin I've heard good things about......but I'm still not sure.....PLS Help

    I would love to hear your opinions.......thnx.

    oh ya, and by the way....can't anyone answer my last post?...I know someone knows the answers I seek... help a brother out dammit!....hehe :D
     
  2. Ben Godin

    Ben Godin Active Member

    with some practice, the lexicon is a good plugin to use, but it certainly isn't the "renown" plugin, i love the sound of the WAVES TrueVerb plugin, with muct practice you can figure out trick on how to make non-tailed and yet deeper sounds out of it, best of luck. :cool:
     
  3. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    Try downloading the free reverb plugs in the Free Plugin Links Thread. Ambience is particularly nice.
     
  4. sampsoniter

    sampsoniter Guest

    cool, cool, I guess I'll just have to check sum out....

    thnx guys
     
  5. kinetic

    kinetic Guest

    Check out the convolution reverbs. The Sir (Super Impulse Response) processor has a lot of fans and is free (http://www.knufinke.de/sir/index_en.html). Note that these processors can do more than just reverb - they can emulate compressors, preamps, mics etc etc. The next step up is a similar plugin from Voxengo - Pristine Space (http://www.voxengo.com/pspace/) which is not free but not expensive either. Users have reported a slightly better sound than SIR, and the Voxengo can process 8 sources separately. The latest release from the big boys is from Waves. Can't remember the name but it has more flexibility than the other two at a significant price. These processors are subjectively miles ahead of any other reverb plugins because they actually reproduce the exact response of an actual space (or processor) rather then attempt to simulate a space mathematically.
     
  6. iznogood

    iznogood Member

    altiverb
     
  7. Lexicon Pantheon
     
  8. iznogood

    iznogood Member

    yeah..... but the lex is for sonar only!!!!

    who uses sonar????? :?

    i know you do but....

    as this doesn't sound promising...

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