Bitsonic has released Custom Reverb, a free VST Plug-in for Windows.
Custom Reverb was created in an effort to make the sound as close to real life as possible. Users can choose from a number of different options.
- Original: Changes the volume of the original sign.
- Reflection: Changes the volume of the early reflection. This function is especially useful if it's used to higher the sense of space.
- Reverb: Changes the volume of the traditional reverb.
- Decay: This function changes the reverb's decay and fade time.
- Low cut: This filter cuts the deep range's volume to fit the user's wishes. It's recommended to use this function in most cases.
- High cut: This filter cuts the high range's volume. It's not necessary to use it most of the time, but it's recommended with longer decay values.
- Width: Reverb can be changed into both stereo and mono.
- Delay: This function delays the reverb compared to the original sign. If reflection delay function is on then the early reflection is delayed as well.
- Gate button: When on, the reverb fades based on the gate's settings. Useful for creating the pumping sound of drums.
- Threshold: Belongs to the agate function. In dB this value starts the gate function.
- Attack: A value in milliseconds, it sets when the gate is supposed to lower the volume.
- Release: Sets the the gate's lowering time.
- HS Filter: When it's on, the reverb's high range can be raised or lowered on the graphic interface.
- If the content on the graphic interface starts to flicker, the volume is too high. It's recommended to lower it.