ADverb is a plate reverb simulation inspired by vintage digital hardware. It faithfully recreates the thick sonic character and easy-to-use interface of those early units, while providing the low noise floor and big headroom inherent in modern software-based reverb.
Perfect for synths, vocals, and guitar, ADverb is also capable of creating the unusual effects that are typical of vintage hardware units. Featuring a sophisticated and well-tuned reverb algorithm, ADverb has a much lower CPU load than convolution reverbs, and can be used as either a send or insert effect.
When you're tired of putting your instruments in the same virtual space as everyone else using me-too impulse-response-based reverbs, treat your tracks with a little ADverb.
ADverb is available as both 32- and 64-bit VSTs for Windows, and as a Universal Binary AU/VST for OSX.
» Simple-to-use reverb settings, with pre-delay, time, and size, plus an extensive filtering section to shape the reverb tail.
» Fluid and logical vintage-style user interface.
» Optimized reverb algorithm for low CPU load.
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