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Get Bob Clearmountain’s reverbs with new Apogee plug-in

Clearmountain’s Spaces by Apogee lets music-makers reproduce Bob Clearmountain’s personalised reverb workflow, with three impulse response room and chamber profiles based on the “spaces, dimensions and atmosphere” that the legendary engineer’s mixes are known for. Each profile – known as a ‘space’ within the plug-in – was recorded and processed by Clearmountain himself. The spaces, … Continue reading Get Bob Clearmountain’s reverbs with new Apogee plug-in

6 of the best software reverbs

Best plate: UVI Plate Plate reverbs sound artificial but are a sensible option if you’re looking for clean tails that will sit comfortably in your mix. UVI’s take on plate reverb gives you classic sounds akin to the EMT 140 and 240 but also lets you go beyond them. Through physical modelling, you can edit … Continue reading 6 of the best software reverbs

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

How to add space to your mix with Cubase 10’s reverbs

Reverb is one of those effects that it’s hard to avoid. It pulls things together in a mix, giving a sense of coherence and space, and even if you’re creating a very dry, close-sounding mix, a touch of reverb is still almost unavoidable. Once upon a time, and not all that long ago really, if … Continue reading How to add space to your mix with Cubase 10’s reverbs