Best AU Reverb Plug-in ?
Posted 30 December 2004 - 10:16 AM
Feel free and give your thoughts on great reverbs
Posted 30 December 2004 - 12:10 PM
Posted 30 December 2004 - 01:40 PM
It also sound fantastic! I put it up there because we are logic users here.
and pretty much have access to it.
I also had recently tested out UADs plate140 reverb. I used it for a band I had in the studio on main vocal and snare. I thought to myself "great another reverb to choose from" and was not planning on buying it after the trial was over. A few weeks later after the demo had expired I opened up the mixes and dropped in Powercore's classic verb. It just wasn't the same, at all. SO..... I bought the plate140 and put it back in and things were right.
I have to say that this reverb I will be putting on most vocals and snares for sure. I use space designer on a buss and send gtrs, overheads and other instruments to halls/rooms/and other type spaces on the Space Designer.
The powercore's classic verb is nice too... its very warm, but a bit dull.
My vote is for
Space Designer & UAD's Plate140
Must haves in my opinion
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Posted 30 December 2004 - 05:22 PM
(I know that the question was favorite AU Plug Ins)...I just mentioned the kurzweil to emphasis that with DAP and DSP going I think I'm pretty set on plug in effects....and outboard stuff gives you another flavor....... not to down any other...like Waves..UAD...etc....quality is pretty close on a lot of these if you know how to utilize them...
Posted 05 January 2005 - 04:16 PM
But then again i mostley like very short verbs on stuff. rarley use long ones, maybe on a ballad but not too long..around 1.5s is almost too much
Posted 03 August 2005 - 03:37 PM
Reverb One (TDM)
lexicon PCM 80
Without a doubt the winner was Altiverb. It killed space deisinger so hard I went and shelled out the $$ to finish the project with it. The biggest thing Altiverb had over all the others was it's very natural decay and 3 dimensional sound. Space designer sounded very flat and 2 dimensional and every setting I tried had very unnatural sounding decay. This could just be a fault of the convolutions used, but I tried so many and they all had the same issues.
The closest second place to altiverb was the hardware Lexicon PCM80.
Edited by bobdemaa, 03 August 2005 - 03:38 PM.
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