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FIR Convolution Reverb

FIR Convolution Reverb
FIR Convolution Reverb by GPU Audio is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST 3 Plugin.
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Download our free early-access plugin to try the fastest convolution reverb powered by GPU.

GPU Audio was established in Fribourg, Switzerland to create a brand new sound processing workflow. Our mission is to provide musicians, music producers, and audio engineers with more creative freedom and save their precious time. Our international team brings cutting-edge developments in various fields to digital audio processing and we're happy to speed up your music software products.

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Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 2.00 from 4 reviews

FIR Convolution Reverb
Reviewed By Hermon
September 13th, 2022

I tried it on my laptop (i7 11800H, RTX 3060 6GB GDDR6).
All my reverbs use only 1% to 3% of the cpu. GPUaudio Fir Convolver uses over 25%.

Very disappointing, no explanation or details on a possible setting that would allow to exploit the gpu and not the cpu.

Furthermore, the choice of reverb parameters is limited to 10 IR types and a Mix button, it's mind-boggling.

Finally, on the site, all the comments are very complimentary but all in the conditional tense... as if nobody had used this plugin.

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FIR Convolution Reverb
Reviewed By midierror
August 12th, 2022

Amazing, this is going to shape the future of audio! I can't wait to see what GPU come up with next.

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FIR Convolution Reverb
Reviewed By DarseZ
June 1st, 2022

I saw "free" but then on the website it's a "free trial".


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FIR Convolution Reverb
Reviewed By Faydit
May 6th, 2022

I do not see - or hear - any cutting edge development, sorry.

First I do not see any sense in a convolution reverb with some fixed IR's, which cannot be replaced by other individual ones from within the plugin, second I do not see any modifying options, not even a simple hp and lp filter, much less other controls apart for the mix knob, third after some seconds always audio processing stops, especially if selecting another IR and cannot be activated again or the pugin not only crashes my DAW but also my soundcard, so that I have to restart my whole system. (My Intel i7 hexcore from 2021 should not be the problem, I think.).

Tried it several times, always the same result. Fourth, the built in IR's don't even sound very good in my opinion.

There are a lot of much more flexible and also much more reliable working convolution reverb plugins available, which do what they promise.

Maybe you better change your marketing proposal to "the fastest crashing convolution reverb". Just an idea which at least comes closer to reality in my opinion.

Even for a 0.95 pre-relase disappointing. 0,95 for me means, that all basic functions work flawlessly, but maybe some minor bugs still occur. So this for me rather is a 0.1 "sketch", certainly not ready for release.

I also do not mind very much, if a plugin is CPU or GPU based. If it does not work as it should, it simply is a fail.

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Comments & Discussion for GPU Audio FIR Convolution Reverb

Discussion: Active
7 May 2022 at 7:32pm

Does this only support CUDA architectures right now?

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