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Verbtone has an average user rating of 4.50 from 2 reviews

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Reviewed By jam92189 [read all by] on February 29th, 2012
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows

this is the smoothest cleanest plate reverb i have ever used. its good for drum room reverbs, vocals and, guitars. i use it for smoothing out electric or classical guitar playing. when you use just the tiniest bit it really has like a smoothing effects with just the right amount of depth to give my tracks a full thick rich sound that doesn't have all that harshness in its tone.

its input nob is actually more of a signal in leveler while the output controls the reverb output. i find it adds just that little extra tweaking to it i also really like the tones you can get with its une and sound nobs they can really mess with its plate sound to get the right sound for the job. the input can also be processed in a number of ways to get the right effects for you all in all its a very smooth stable reverb and i find it never breaks up or sounds unnatural easily.

a few things you might want to know is that that volume nob is for the reverb output more or less so even at 100% dry you still get a little reverb unless you turn the volume out down. the cool thing is that it doesn't seem to affacet the input much so you can get a pretty interesting balance of in and out signal.

the only issues are that it doesn't have presets in it right away i never checked the site for em because i find the default is a very good starting place. and that it is very CPU hungry. that being said the CPU hit is not because of poor programing i find it to be a very nice realistic sounding reverb that has kicked the ass of all other plate reverbs i have demoed freeware and payware. i hear the next update should be little less CPU hungry but i rarely find it a problem .

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