Waves release three new convolution reverb plug-ins!!!

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Waves release three new convolution reverb plug-ins!!!

Post by plaster » Fri Jan 21, 2005 1:04 pm

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Post by j.whitney » Fri Jan 21, 2005 5:48 pm

Those look pretty freakin' dope...

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Post by Essaj » Fri Jan 21, 2005 8:11 pm

cant wait to check em out......i wonder which vst reverb people use around here? i use the effects that are delivered with the korg legacy collection a lot for reverbs and i also own an alesis multiverb....any other suggestions?
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Post by plaster » Fri Jan 21, 2005 8:15 pm

i use 3 reverbs,because each has it's own style...most reverb i used is wavearts http://www.wavearts.com/ then waves and tc electronics!

btw,jesse if you still need those apps,call leander and he could send you the cd i gave him!
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Post by Daizok » Fri Mar 11, 2005 2:55 pm

Check out the freeware reverb "AMBIENCE", a bit cpu hungry but sounds fantastic!

I just noted there's an updated version on the Smartelectronics website, looks like a GUI has been added. Also a 'nag screen' display at opening, though the plugin is fully functional.

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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.

Note: This is a fully functional demo that will display a nag screen when you open it. If you send a donation I will give you the nag-free version.
Note: The AU version does not have a GUI.


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Second on my list is TC Native Reverb, and some of the reaktor reverbs for more deep / wacky reverb.

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Post by mton » Sun Mar 13, 2005 11:58 am

Yes Ambience is amazing, for dubby chords and 80'ish snare rooms. Also a new freeware plug GlaceVerb is really good, maybe even better sounding then Ambience.
And the native Ableton Live reverb can sound pretty good if tweeked the right way, but it's relly too cpu-hungry.

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Post by Essaj » Sun Mar 13, 2005 12:51 pm

plaster wrote: btw,jesse if you still need those apps,call leander and he could send you the cd i gave him!
yeah i received them from leander , much thanks!
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