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Abstract Chamber

Reverb Plugin by Signaldust

Abstract Chamber has an average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

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Reviewed By The Chase [read all by] on 5th May 2018
Version reviewed: 1.5.2 on Windows.
Last edited by The Chase on 5th May 2018.
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Unbeatable pad/atmosphere reverb in the freeware world.

Most software (and especially most available freeware) reverbs transform your input source's textures into noisy mush when you task them with long reverb sounds. Abstract chamber does a remarkable job of retaining your texture, and the specialized modulation evolves the sound over the course of 8+ second reverb tails in a natural, perfect way almost all other reverbs simply can't. I've honestly never heard a reverb rock a 20-second tail so well.

Your mix will appreciate the clarity.

You can tell the developer has a serious ear to make a reverb like this. All the engineering in the world won't beat a designer who can hear the difference.

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Comments & Discussion for Signaldust Abstract Chamber

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21 August 2012 at 2:18pm

Great huge reverbs! Sounds more like how space would sound than a church so to speak.

14 November 2014 at 11:43am

This is definetly the best freeware modulation reverb for wide spaces out there. And now one knows it. Another great free modulation reverb with some better options is omniverb (But only for small and middle size hall effects).If you use both together to effect your music, you don't have to pay for any other.

16 August 2019 at 4:07am

The download website seems empty.

Can still be downloaded from a 2013 snapshot..


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