[LAU] Reverb status?

Paul Winkler pw_lists at slinkp.com
Wed Aug 1 10:18:55 EDT 2007

I usually end up using freeverb with some pre- and/or post-processing
with other plugins. See:

On Wed, Aug 01, 2007 at 02:54:05PM +0200, Georg Holzmann wrote:
> Hallo!
> >Hello. What open source and free(dom) reverbs do we have available?
> >I authored GVerb and wish to have something better.
> There are GVerb, Freeverb, TAP Reverberator AFAIK.
> TAP Reverberator is also a standalone program where you can edit much 
> more as in the ladspa plugin, then you can load this as a preset in ladspa.
> >What free (possibly not open source) reverbs do you use?
> There are also some free VST reverbs which I tried with ardour on linux: 
> Ambience, Transverb, Classic Reverb
> For more see here: http://ardour.org/node/1079
> >What kind of reverb presets people use for vocals?
> >Lately I have listened to Madonna's Confessions tour DVD
> >which has good reverb effects. I would like to know more
> >about that kind of working presets. Also, Timbaland uses good
> >vocal processings (Nelly Furtado/Say it right, Timbaland/
> >The way I are). I would like to know more if I wish to
> >develop such a vocal reverb myself.
> Try them and then decide for yourself ... ;)
> LG
> Georg
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