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Old 02-25-2006, 07:17 AM
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Default Are there any other reverb plug-ins besides D-Verb

Let me be honest, D-Verb sucks. I'm used to having lots of presets at my disposal (i.e - Using Alesis, Lexicon or Roland VS Units). I'm not really interested in playing around with diffusion settings all day. Also, the D-Verb sounds pretty horrible to me. It comes free, so what can I expect right? I know there are other plug-ins, but I'm looking for recommendations. BTW, I'm runing the trusty old 6.1 version and dont plan on upgrading anytime soon.

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Default Re: Are there any other reverb plug-ins besides D-Verb

Waves Rverb and Trueverb are usefull as is Waves IR-1 convolution verb. There are a few others but these are what I use. I agree with you on Dverb but still use it when I need something a bit "trashy" or when I need a mono verb.
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TL space is really great, but I'm pretty sure you would have to upgrade to at least 6.4 (which I personally highly recommend over 6.1; and it's free) to use it
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Old 02-26-2006, 07:29 AM
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Default Re: Are there any other reverb plug-ins besides D-

Epu your email is not in your profile............I may have something you might be interested in
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Old 02-26-2006, 08:57 AM
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Almost all software reverbs are terrible. The only ones I've found somewhat decent are:

Plate 140 for the UAD-1 (by far the best, in my opinion)
Silverspike
Spin Audio Roomverb

Everything else just sounds like a wash of muddy crap to me.
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Old 02-26-2006, 09:45 AM
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My email is info@evertonrecords.com. Thank you so much for taking out the time to aid me in my situation.
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