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Reverb Plugin by Sinus
FreeverbToo by Sinus is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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FreeverbToo is a studio-quality reverb plugin based on the Schroeder/Moorer algorithm.

Main features:

  • Graphical user interface / easy handling.
  • Better reverb quality and less CPU-usage than the original freeverb.
  • Adjustable gate for gated reverb.
  • Direct visualization of reverb parameters.
  • Freeze mode.
  • 32 bit processing.
  • Support for sampling rates up to 192 kHz.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 2 reviews

Reviewed By SODDI
October 19th, 2012

Good quick and nasty reverb unit, plug it in program it and it's good to go. Extremely light on CPU usage. Very artificial sounding, which suits my purposes to a T. Try it on reverse reverb programming. Excellent gate implementation, which can give you that gated snare from hell I know you have been looking for. I have used this for years in Wavelab, Cubase and Audiomulch and have never experienced one problem. It is probably my main "go to" reverb. You have GOT to have this one in your arsenal. Entirely usable.

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Reviewed By jam92189
October 15th, 2012

I tried this thing about 2 months ago thought it was okay.

but after really getting into it I notice its a damn good free reverb. not one that might be your go to for every application but its pretty good for when you need a simple easy to setup reverb.

I like how it can be set to really really dark almost to dark or super bright personally the dark is why i use it.

this reverb has super low CPU hit and its free so i cant see why not give it a try.

the way this reverb mainly works is you choose the size of the room then the diffusion of it with a fader after that you can choose pre-delay and the color of it. there is also a gate with full controls. after that you get wet and try faders. so if you need it for a aux send or just a insert it will work quick and easy. the reverb sounds alright not as much charictar as most other reverbs i use but its a good basic reverb easy to setup and actually usable in many applications i recommend at least tying it out its free and works well. the reverb look is simple and quick to get a hold of but not fancy if that is what you look for to bad. but if you listen with your ears and not your eyes then it should be okay and find itself is a few applications in the least.

Ease of use: 10

GUI design(way its setup) :10

GUI look(is it fancy) about a 7 honestly i like its simple look.

CPU use: 10

stability: 10

presets: 8 they have em they are pretyt good but who needs em when its easy to set your own.

recommended? full on yes. at least try it out its a really nice dark style reverb for a big room sound.

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Comments & Discussion for Sinus FreeverbToo

Discussion: Active
2 November 2012 at 11:32pm

10 of 10! Valhalla, 2CAudio: eat your heart out, this is how a reverb should be done.. :D

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