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GVerb+

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Reverb Plugin by Harrison
GVerb+
GVerb+ by Harrison is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a LV2 Plugin.
Product
Version
3.7
System Requirements
Mixbus v2.2 or other LV2 plug-in host.
Product
Version
3.7
System Requirements
Mixbus v2.2 or other LV2 plug-in host.
Product
Version
3.7
System Requirements
Mixbus v2.2 or other LV2 plug-in host.
Effect
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GVerb+ is not just your typical "run-of-the-mill" reverb. Using two separate processors (one each for the lows and highs), GVerb+ is able to create sounds both familiar and not of this world.

At first glance, you'll notice that all of the presets are spilled onto the interface; there are no menus or dialog windows to jump through to get the sounds you want! All of the "tried-and-true" settings reside here: plates, halls, rooms, and chambers. Just below the presets, you'll find a panel of tweak-able controls designed to help you flex your FX muscle. Here, we can regulate density with the early reflections / tails mix knob, and create the illusion of space with the room size and time controls. The input filters, crossover filters, and damping adjustment allow you to tailor the frequency response of the reverb to sit better in your mix.

Version 2.3 of the plug-in added an input high-pass filter to rid your reverb of unnecessary low end. A predelay control was also added to help the source stand out a bit from its reverb tail.

GVerb+ is available as part of the Plug-In Essentials Pack for Mixbus.

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