[LAU] Looking for best-possible quality algorithmic reverb plugin

Lorenzo Sutton lorenzofsutton at gmail.com
Sat Jun 10 14:21:12 UTC 2017

Hi Jeanette,

I wonder... What type of 'solo' do you have in mind? Is this an 
instrument on its own, or even a voice?

I always found Fons' reverb actually very tweak-able and versatile in 
many situations, but knowing what your original material is really helps 
too. I mean for certain use cases (e.g. some drums) even a plate reverb 
might work well...


On 10/06/17 01:39, Jeanette C. wrote:
> Hey hey,
> I know, losely termed and fit for religious disputes, but I'm looking
> for a nice algorithmic reverb plugin (LADSPA or LV2) that can hold its
> own on a solo instrument or solo voice. There are some very good IRs and
> reasonably good algorithmic reverbs, that I use in mixes. But IRs aren't
> that tweakable - certainly not on the fly. I know of some applications
> that can do that, but all those that I know have a graphical user
> interface and thus are out. -- The algorithmic reverbs I know and use,
> are good, but not good enough for a good solo performance.
> I'm interested in everything from ambience to rooms and halls.
> Thanks for any tips.
> Best wishes,
> Jeanette
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