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Dragonfly Reverb

Dragonfly Reverb has an average user rating of 5.00 from 4 reviews

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Dragonfly Reverb

Reviewed By Klausebner [all]
February 19th, 2024
Version reviewed: 3.2.5 on Mac

Out performs commercial reverb plugins costing over 100€.

You could put the Lexicon logo on these and no-one would bat an eye.

They sound fantastic in a mix, and I use them regularly...

There is no logical reason for not having such high quality reverb in your DAW, irrespective that they are free.

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Dragonfly Reverb

Reviewed By Manbombchoi [all]
March 11th, 2023
Version reviewed: 3.2.8 on Windows

I am genuinely blown away with how incredible these sound. Editing parameters is strangely a lot more pleasant with Dragonfly plugins than with other reverbs I use regularly. The only plugin I've had trouble with is Early Reflections. (I posted about that below.) Regardless, these are incredibly handy, they seem to overtake some paid reverbs in terms of performance and sound, and they are stable and low on CPU. Very happy that donations are an option.

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Dragonfly Reverb

Reviewed By PabstBlueRibbon [all]
October 27th, 2019
Version reviewed: 2 on Windows

A very good plugin for creating clear and bright reverbs which also sound rich and full. Many free VST-plugins for reverbation sound too synthetic. This one does not.

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Dragonfly Reverb

Reviewed By mikoatkvr [all]
June 24th, 2019
Version reviewed: 2.0.0 on Linux

Great sounding reverb, very good as there are not so many in the Linux world, especially when it comes to free VST plugins. Found this plugin to be very stable so far. thanks.

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11 March 2023 at 7:56pm

These reverb plugins are incredibly stable. The Early Reflections plugin is the only one that seems to like freezing up and eventually causing everything else to freeze as well. I experience no issue whatsoever with the other plugins. I use Reason 10 at the moment on Windows 10 Pro.

12 March 2023 at 11:37am

scan those in VirusTotal, you will be surprised.


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