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Reverb Recommendation?

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Fleer
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Postby Fleer; Mon May 08, 2017 7:20 am Re: Reverb Recommendation?

Moreover, you can get the H-series bundle, including all four hybrid plugins, for $63 at EveryPlugin.com with code DK39S.
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Postby ghettosynth; Mon May 08, 2017 7:37 am Re: Reverb Recommendation?

Fleer wrote:Moreover, you can get the H-series bundle, including all four hybrid plugins, for $63 at EveryPlugin.com with code DK39S.


That's a pretty good price for that bundle. If I didn't already have H-Comp and H-EQ I probably would bite at that price. I'm not sure that I'm interested in it for just the reverb and delay though. I know, I'm cheap, but I have a lot of both. What doe they bring to the table that's unique?
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Postby SteveWZ; Mon May 08, 2017 7:48 am Re: Reverb Recommendation?

Arrested Developer wrote:
Pazzior wrote:Although I think the tail of the UltraReverb sounds marginal more dense, I'm wondering why it's dry-signal is inmediately reduced when I grab the dry/wet slider slightly to wet? While the signal passed through the valhalla reverbs sounds full and Rich until the mix gets >50% to the wet.

Anyone explanation or recommendation?



Get Ultrareverb and use it on sends with 100% wet.
It's a great reverb.


At $47 its a steal.
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Postby jens; Mon May 08, 2017 9:24 am Re: Reverb Recommendation?

MogwaiBoy wrote:Ultrareverb vs H-Reverb?

H-Reverb is one of those plugins that I've only glanced at because the "normal" price is just ridiculous. But for under $50... how is it? Is it an algorithmic/convolution hybrid or something else?



Both Ultrareverb and H-Reverb feature additional tools such as LoFi, dynamics, delay and equalization to make them more flexible/versatile - but that's where their similarity ends.

Ultrareverb is a classic algorithmic reverb (featuring nine algorithms), while H-Reverb has an (afaik) unique approach in that it applies FIR convolution where the IR is synthesized in realtime i.e. generated on the fly (which is why it is rather CPU heavy and which is why there are no IRs to be loaded).

Both are deep tools where it is (at least for me) often quite a bit harder to find a sweet-spot that it is with the Valhallas, which are less flexible but usually really easy to get a great and adequate sound out of (brilliant interface and all) - all of them are professional devices which really do what they aim to do.

My recommendation is to get them all.:hihi:
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Postby Vospi; Mon May 08, 2017 12:53 pm Re: Reverb Recommendation?

No VST version of Bricasti, but IRs of it are free and out there.
http://www.samplicity.com/bricasti-m7-i ... responses/
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Postby MogwaiBoy; Mon May 08, 2017 1:52 pm Re: Reverb Recommendation?

Vospi wrote:No VST version of Bricasti, but IRs of it are free and out there.
http://www.samplicity.com/bricasti-m7-i ... responses/


Throw these into your DAWs stock convolution plugin and be amazed! :love:
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Postby incubus; Mon May 08, 2017 9:50 pm Re: Reverb Recommendation?

For me, I went through this when Pro-R came out. I can make it sound any way that I need to so I ended up buying it and that is pretty much that. I like convo verb but hate nearly every single interface I've used (and no, they don't all sound the same, don't ask why. It would be easier if they did)
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Postby comfortablynick; Tue May 09, 2017 10:00 am Re: Reverb Recommendation?

MogwaiBoy wrote:Ultrareverb vs H-Reverb?

H-Reverb is one of those plugins that I've only glanced at because the "normal" price is just ridiculous. But for under $50... how is it? Is it an algorithmic/convolution hybrid or something else?

H-Reverb is a convolution reverb, but it generates the IR synthetically. They try to make it sound like new technology, but FIR-based reverbs are nothing new. It does have some analog modeling, distortion, dynamics, etc. It's a good plugin but I've never clicked with it.

Between those two, I'd definitely go with UltraReverb. You have some tried 'n true algorithms with a pretty useful interface. The extras are there (multiple EQ sections, compression, delay) that provide what's needed to shape the reverb in the mix. It's also lighter on the CPU than H-Reverb (by about half on my machine).
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Postby incubus; Sat May 13, 2017 11:51 am Re: Reverb Recommendation?

BTW, I wanted to apologize because I was not aware the "seventh heaven" is indeed an attempt at a Britcasti.

And now I have to demo it :bang:
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Postby Tp3; Sun May 14, 2017 5:13 am Re: Reverb Recommendation?

incubus wrote:I was not aware the "seventh heaven" is indeed an attempt at a Britcasti.

And now I have to demo it :bang:

I'd wait for the plate reverb (guess what it is) : The 14th AMendmenT(c) :D
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e@rs
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Postby e@rs; Sun May 14, 2017 6:30 am Re: Reverb Recommendation?

@OP

Go to Valhalla...













...DSP's shop and get 2 of his products. :wink:
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Postby nicksohn; Sun May 14, 2017 10:58 pm Re: Reverb Recommendation?

Valhalla's
Waves H-Reverb
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ghettosynth
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Postby ghettosynth; Mon May 15, 2017 9:05 am Re: Reverb Recommendation?

comfortablynick wrote:
MogwaiBoy wrote:Ultrareverb vs H-Reverb?

H-Reverb is one of those plugins that I've only glanced at because the "normal" price is just ridiculous. But for under $50... how is it? Is it an algorithmic/convolution hybrid or something else?

H-Reverb is a convolution reverb, but it generates the IR synthetically. They try to make it sound like new technology, but FIR-based reverbs are nothing new. It does have some analog modeling, distortion, dynamics, etc. It's a good plugin but I've never clicked with it.


Yeah, I demo'd it recently and decided to pass even though I can get the upgrade including H-Delay for about $44. It seems flexible but that doesn't matter if it flexibly creates sounds that you don't like. I got some inspiration from how it's setup, so there's that.
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Postby Jbravo; Thu May 18, 2017 4:40 pm Re: Reverb Recommendation?

is anyone using Cloudseed in FLstudio because I can't get it to load
:(
comfortablynick
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Postby comfortablynick; Fri May 19, 2017 12:26 pm Re: Reverb Recommendation?

ghettosynth wrote:
comfortablynick wrote:
MogwaiBoy wrote:Ultrareverb vs H-Reverb?

H-Reverb is one of those plugins that I've only glanced at because the "normal" price is just ridiculous. But for under $50... how is it? Is it an algorithmic/convolution hybrid or something else?

H-Reverb is a convolution reverb, but it generates the IR synthetically. They try to make it sound like new technology, but FIR-based reverbs are nothing new. It does have some analog modeling, distortion, dynamics, etc. It's a good plugin but I've never clicked with it.


Yeah, I demo'd it recently and decided to pass even though I can get the upgrade including H-Delay for about $44. It seems flexible but that doesn't matter if it flexibly creates sounds that you don't like. I got some inspiration from how it's setup, so there's that.

True, that's pretty much how I feel about H-Reverb as well. Nice and flexible, but I don't care for the sound.
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