Tag Archives: Reverb

The Best Convolution Reverb Plugins on The Market

Convolution reverb is an extremely realistic-sounding and useful way to recreate specific acoustic environments. Because of this, convolution effects have become a go-to in audio post production, allowing engineers to place sound effects and dialogue in a sonic environment that is stunningly convincing. These powerful tools have also become increasingly Read more… The post The Best … Continue reading The Best Convolution Reverb Plugins on The Market

Natural-sounding reverbs come to Eurorack: Tasty Chips stereo convolution reverb

It’s one more way your Eurorack modular is starting to look like a total replacement for your computer: stereo convolution reverb is next. Sure, you’ve got convolution reverbs in your DAW, and maybe a favorite plug-in. But this hardware adds some twists – not just delivering realistic modeled reverberation to your modular rig, but bringing … Continue reading Natural-sounding reverbs come to Eurorack: Tasty Chips stereo convolution reverb

New Music Gear Monday: Goodhertz Megaverb Reverb Plugin

Way back in the dark ages of the 80s adding a reverb unit to your studio was normally very painful to your pocketbook. You either bought a real plate (hopefully you had room for it) or ponied up the really big bucks for a digital Lexicon, AMS, or EMT unit. Then along came Alesis, the … Continue reading New Music Gear Monday: Goodhertz Megaverb Reverb Plugin

Ask Abbey Road: Recordist Matt Jones on reverb, sidechaining and where to spend your budget

This is the second of a three-part interview with Abbey Road recordist Matt Jones. In the first part, Jones shared details of a recordist’s job scope, the importance of having a checklist and tips on landing a job in the industry. Jones began working at Abbey Road in 2012 straight out of university, rising through … Continue reading Ask Abbey Road: Recordist Matt Jones on reverb, sidechaining and where to spend your budget

Aaltoverb is a reverb you can play like an instrument (VST, AU)

Normally, when you touch reverb controls, you get weird clicks and ranges that make no sense… Aaltoverb is different. It’s a performance-friendly reverb effect, now as a Windows and Mac plug-in. Madrona Labs are a boutique instrument builder in Seattle. How boutique? Well, their “about” page just has a nice picture of a tree. It’s … Continue reading Aaltoverb is a reverb you can play like an instrument (VST, AU)

Reverb are giving away their complete $841.58 drum machine sample collection, free

Maybe they’re feeling generous after getting bought by Etsy for $275 million. But whatever the reason, now you can have some 50 libraries of classic drum machine samples, for free, from Reverb.com. Rare, popular, iconic, forgotten – it’s the full gamut, from Suzuki RPM-40 and Hammond Auto-Vari 64 to, you know, 909. I would say … Continue reading Reverb are giving away their complete $841.58 drum machine sample collection, free

Reverb gives away entire drum machine sample collection for free

Reverb has made its entire catalogue of drum machine samples available as a free download. Originally priced at $900, the collection comprises over 50 volumes of vintage, rare and iconic drum machine sounds that run the gamut of the device’s history. You’ll find sample packs of Roland’s main TR models – including the 505, 606, … Continue reading Reverb gives away entire drum machine sample collection for free

EarthQuaker Devices unveils Eurorack version of Afterneath Reverb pedal

Boutique guitar pedal brand EarthQuaker Devices has made its first foray into Eurorack with a modular version of the Afterneath Reverb stompbox. The device has appeared on Reddit and in a YouTube clip posted by Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers. According to the video’s description, the module was recently revealed at EarthQuaker Day 2019, the Ohio company’s … Continue reading EarthQuaker Devices unveils Eurorack version of Afterneath Reverb pedal

How To Time Reverb To The Pulse Of The Song

When signal processing is timed to the pulse of the track, everything in the mix sounds a lot smoother. This applies to compressors, delays, modulators, and especially reverb. One of the questions I get a lot is, “How do you time your reverb to the track?” Here’s an excerpt from the 4th edition of my … Continue reading How To Time Reverb To The Pulse Of The Song