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NOTE: Ambience is donationware : this means that you are kindly asked to send some money to the author if you like it or make any profit using it.
Ambience is a high-quality reverb plug-in with some unusual fonctions, like a gater.
* SH-1 Graphic EQ
* SH-1 Delay
* SH-1 LFO Multi
* SH-1 Reverb
* SH-1 PhaseShifter
* SH-1 Chorus (Chorus/Flanger)
* SH-1 Filter (Lo-Hi Pass Filter)
Omniverb is a reverberation plugin with separate control of the reverberation time, echo density, room size, and early reflections. It can also be used as a gated reverb.
Classic Reverb is a nice and smooth reverb that does a good job on almost any instrument. It can be adjusted to sound like most any acoustic space, ranging from a small shower to a large concert hall. With the “Hi-Damping” control, it is possible to change the sound from bright and sibilant to a more natural / warmer sound.
|Smooth stereo reverb effect|
|Ajustable roomsize and damping|
|Low cut filter|
|Low CPU usage|
|Supports sampling rates up to 96kHz|
|Full VST automation|
- studio-qualitiy reverb
- freeze mode
- adjustable gate for gated reverb
- direct visualization of reverb parameters
- 32 bit internal precision
When you need an easy and good sounding studio reverb and you don’t want to deal with tons of parameters, here comes TimeVerb! Five knobs for all your “easy” reverberation needs.
TimeVerb is a simple digital stereo studio reverb effect.
- Very easy to use
- Very light on CPU and memory
- Easy MIDI Learn feature
This is exactly the same reverb algorithm used in ElectricGrand EG70.
PSP PianoVerb is a completely free plug-in for any VST, MAS and DirectX compatible host. It reproduces special kind of reverberation originally provided by piano strings. It generates reverberation using twelve string operators with adjustable damping and decay time. Each of them is tuned to a particular note starting from A(55Hz) to a G#(103.8Hz). The PSP PianoVerb string system can be transposed in the range of +-24 semitones, tuned within a range of +-100 cents and be detuned as well. Transposing to lower octaves produces a bigger and less resonant sound similar to traditional reverbs, while in turn transposing to higher octaves produces a very bright harp-like effect.
Reverbering is a free VST effect for Windows, a simple but useful reverb effect, sporting low CPU usage and two features which you will not easily find in other similar effects:
Noise: this adds a filtered noise sound to the decay
Grain: this saturated the audio signal for a vintage feel
Of course you may keep those parameters at zero for a clean reverb effect.
MIDI learn on every parameter, menu by right click.
Reverbering uses the same optimized algorithm featured in Modelonia synth
Yet another freeverb clone. Based on code from Jezar at Dreampoint.
Ambience is a reverb that rivals the quality of the best commercial reverbs. You are free to decide yourself how much you want to pay for it, and when.
This is a reverb unit plug-in suitable mainly for instruments and sounds which do not have sharp percussive elements to them, otherwise this reverb sounds too edgy. This reverb is great at creating additional ambience.
Uses massive cascades of allpass filters interspersed with short randomised delay times. An FDN is located in the feedback loop for ’ocean floor’ echoes.
Depending on the input and feedback levels, the signal may drop silent. Highpass filtering is suggested.
Effectizer is a simple multi-effect plug-in that features six popular effects: WahWah, Overdrive, Tremolo, Modulation (Chorus/Flanger or Phaser), Stereo Delay (with ping-pong option) and Reverb.
- Six effects:
- Modulation (Chorus/Flanger or Phaser)
- Stereo Delay (with ping-pong option)
- Supports host tempo synchronization and automation.
- Room for 32 presets.
- Low CPU usage.
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.
A small and handy reverb unit.
Multi-Effects Unit - 2 reverbs, 2 flangers, and a delay
Room Simulation Plugin… Very high fidelity.
A simple spacer-plugin.
Sounds very nice on 60’s organ-sounds.
A spring reverb is a system to obtain artificial reverberation invented during the 40’s by Laurens Hammond (also inventor of the Hammond Organ). In a Spring Reverb pan, the audio signal is coupled to one end of the spring by a transducer (a device that can convert electrical energy into mechanical energy or viceversa). This creates waves that propagate through the spring in both directions. At the other end of the spring there is another transducer that converts the motion in the spring into an electrical signal, which is then amplified and added to the dry sound. Most spring reverb units use several springs together, with each spring having its own characteristics (length, dimensions, tension, etc.) resulting in a natural reverberation by summing several delayed sounds at fixed or random intervals. However, with real spring reverbs the user isn’t allowed to change these characteristics. A software simulation like Type4, on the other hand, allows you to adjust parameters like “decay” (reverb duration), the dampening factor, the virtual spring tension and other parameters that affect the overall timbre of the reverb effect. Why should you want to use a spring reverb rather than a precise and modern digital reverb? Spring reverbs have typical sonic characteristics that, nowadays, make them desirable mostly as effects on their own rather than simulations of an acoustic phenomena.
Simulates rooms the physical way. Two virtual loudspeakers and two virtual microphones can be positioned freely. RoomMachine 844 takes care of the rest. RoomMachine 844 is a real time, digital audio room simulator capable of capturing the characteristic spacial sound of natural rooms.
RoomMachine 844 is not a reverb effect that delivers long, silky reverberation tails (try R2 or Reverb.it if you are looking for that), instead RoomMachine focuses on early reflections determined by the position of sound source and listener. RoomMachine 844 puts your track right into the room. Can be used as a master effect but is even more useful on single tracks or sections.
A sparse algorithmic reverb for environments with partial reflection.
A 4-section waveguide with proprietary spring reverb algorithm
A sweet, full-sounding reverb. The depth and stereo-ness makes it very suitable for realistic ambient soundscapes.
A warm-sounding 8-comb reverb effect, including parameters to entirely warp, mutate, and scratch the reverb.
Inspired by early bucket brigade machines, bucketEER is a simple stereo reverb effect consisting of 16 delay lines, each with an all-pass filter. Mono or stereo input, with 3 output modes, bucketEER can be used for delay effects and basic reverbs.
Pre and Post effect shelving filters
Predelay with control over level and time
Size and Time controls
Width and Mix controls
Central readout of knob values
17 Randomize buttons - ’global’ and ’local’
Bypass switch for each bucket and slot
Output level meter
His first attempt at a reverb!
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