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Freeverb3_vst

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Reverb Plugin by Teru Kamogashira
Freeverb3_vst
Freeverb3_vst
Freeverb3_vst by Teru Kamogashira is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a VST Plugin.
Product
Version
3.1.2
Product
Version
3.1.2
Product
Version
2.6.6 (Lib Only)
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Sample Formats
Loads and/or Saves
AIFF, FLAC, OGG, WAV
Copy Protection
None
Open Source
GPL
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Freeverb3_vst is a set of VST plug-ins that utilize the freeverb3 library to perform reverb processing and impulse response processing of audio data.

Freeverb3_vst is a sound processing library which includes sampling rate scaling enabled version of freeverb with some fixes, extended implementation of N Reverb by CCRMA and implementation of impulse response convolution reverb. This library's oversampling feature provides higher quality of audio processing.

Effects in Freeverb3:

  • Reverb Impulse Response Processor: This uses FFTW3. This includes fast zero latency multithread algorithms.
  • Enhanced Freeverb: More precise processing.
  • Stereo Enhancer: Simple differential stereo enhancer.
  • Enhanced NVerb: Stereo-spread and feedback enhancements.
  • Softknee/Hardknee Compressor: Simple compressor with RMS/envelope detector.
  • Softknee/Hardknee Limiter: Simple limiter with RMS/envelope detector.
  • 1-Pole/1-Zero LPF/HPF.
  • FIR LPF/HPF/BPF/BEF.
  • Linear Phase 3band frequency splitter.
  • Linear phase multi band compressor.
  • Sampling Rate Converter: Wrapper of libsamplerate.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

Freeverb3_vst
Reviewed By digitalboytn
August 17, 2015

I feel privileged to write the first review for Freeverb3 here on KVR....

I have had this one lying around for a while, but it is only recently that I have opened it up and really started to explore the potential that it offers and quite frankly, I am blown away...

I have a few high quality reverbs in the toolbox, but Freeverb3 is my preference over many of those ones now...

There are a few starting templates and then it's just a matter of digging in and tweaking the parameters because it's not instant karma here ...

I found the information and the links on the Freeverb site very rewarding and it helped me to understand a few things a little more clearly with greater perspective...

As many of us know, there is a great deal of BS in the plugin world and many people listen with their eyes - drawn in by the sexy GUI's with the photo realistic images.

After all - if it looks like a pig - it must be a pig.....Right ?

Well...the GUI of this plugin is 2 dimensional and quite plain, but all of the parameters are there and the bottom line is always going to be the sound quality anyway...

That's where Freeverb 3 steps up to the plate and hits many of the other guys with their boutique GUI's right out of the ballpark :)

I have mainly used this plugin on lead vocals and strings - two very important elements in the scheme of things - and it has been a winner every time....

It's hard to explain in words just exactly how it sounds, other than to say that it sounds "natural" and that the parts sit perfectly in the soundscape...

Talk is cheap and words can't really describe how wonderful this plugin is, so do yourself a favour and give it a whirl...

But make sure that you close your eyes and listen ...

Because with Freeverb3, it's all about the sound and it sounds funking great :)

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Comments & Discussion for Teru Kamogashira Freeverb3_vst

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Discussion: Active
sergiofrias
sergiofrias
19 August 2015 at 2:00am

some very good lexicon algo's in there :)

digitalboytn
digitalboytn
20 August 2015 at 2:34am

There's a lot more than just the Lexicon algorithms inside FreeVerb...It's a treasure chest for reverb hunters :)

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