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Re: Which reverb plugin is your favorite? Waves, Fabfilter, or Lexicon...

Post by dickiefunk »

I bought the IK Sunset Sound reverb in the sale they had. I paid £31 with the jam points and am really enjoying this reverb. I tried the demo first and liked the character and sound I was hearing.
Sunset Sound reverb has replaced Kush Goldplate on a jazz project I’m currently working and I prefer it to my go to reverbs on some earlier projects I’ve already finished.
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Re: Which reverb plugin is your favorite? Waves, Fabfilter, or Lexicon...

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Glaceverb - free. Free is a bad word. Check it out on guitar - Fab
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Re: Which reverb plugin is your favorite? Waves, Fabfilter, or Lexicon...

Post by beej65 »

Second on the Sunset Sound Studio from IK. I too tend to the 'less is more' approach for reverb; current technique is to add it last on my 2-bus just for a little space (saw Andrew Scheps do this on his 2-bus). UA's Ocean Way Studios (in reverb, not re-mic mode! And very gentle, only 12% wet) also works here. Even Baby Audio's recent "Spaced Out" using one of their simple reverb modes, no timed delays, worked.
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Re: Which reverb plugin is your favorite? Waves, Fabfilter, or Lexicon...

Post by rggillespie »

So many reverbs so little time, thanks for those recommendations, I’ll look into them all. First off I’ll see how I go with the reaper one. Especially with vocals I’m never quite sure if what I’m hearing and liking on records is reverb or delay.
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