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UBERVERB by sergio frias is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST 3 Plugin.
win 7 and above
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UBERVERB is a VST reproduction of the original 1986 algorithmic reverb, all the original algos were recreated using the exact same topology from the original, including some others not present in the original (like the classic BLOOM) You have access to a vast variety of room sizes, from small, medium, large, extra-large and even bloom for ambient atmospheres. Also included is the reproduction of the frequency response of the original unit, and also the noise. The original unit was well known for its classic sound heard on thousands of records, like 90's warp.

note: windows only mac will come soon.


reverb algorithms : 70.

algorithmic or IR's: algorithmic.

format: VST3.

frequency response: 30 hz to 10 kHz.

noise floor: about -95 dbfs.

Stereo: yes.

compatibility: win 7 and above.

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Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By Kirkwood West [all]
September 25th, 2022
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows

if you want that reverb sound of the 90s electronic music records... this is the one. algorithmic and like the real thing. you'll feel it instantly if you grew up listening to these records.

has a big CPU spike in the beginning because of the software used to implement it but it doesn't concern me... i'm still gonna use it. I hope sergio finds a way to implement this in another VST platform because the research and sound is solid.

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