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SpringVerb is an algorithmic reverb plugin that recreates the physical interactions of a spring reverb.
With SpringVerb you can change every aspect of the spring themselves like the intrinsic vibration time (which determine the length of the reverb) the damping of the springs (which affect the decay time of the reverb). With the resonance and brightness controls you can change the self resonance point of the spring and the highest frequency it can reach (both of this control also affect how the reverb propagates inside the spring).
Hornet also added a handy dry / wet mix control and a diffusion control (which is not a specific physical part of the spring behavior but help us in getting different sounds, from more lush to more metallic ones).
Of course you can change the number of springs and this in turn changes the behavior of the reverb, in fact with one spring you only have a mono reverb and a very bouncy sound, with two springs you have a stereo reverb and with three springs you get a full and nice shimmering sound.
Not only for the quality comparably cheap and also sonically very flexible spring reverb plugin.
I know some good sounding sping reverb plugins bujt even more not really convincingly sounding ones, at least for me. For some time therefore I preferred using convolution reverb solutions, if it came to spring reverb, but these ones also have some limitations, especially concerning the recording quality of these files, which can differ a lot.
The Hornet SpringVerb seems to sound very good, it can be adjusted very individually and even some more extreme settings seem to sound really convincing, nice natural, organic tones, simple, but effective GUI and controls, selecting the number of springs (1,2,3) alone changes a lot but not only, you can easily adjust some small, decent spring reverb as well as large, dense and intense ones and a lot in between.
Some presets would have been fine.
Nevertheless five stars for the sound quality and flexibility. Good work.Read Review