Spring Reverb

Spring Reverb is an authentic spring reverb recreation that will add vintage character and grit to any audio track. It also includes novel features such as a fully automatable Shake control that will shake the virtual strings around for those thunderous spring effects, and a Tension control that tightens or loosens the springs to cover a wide range of spring reverb sounds. More info here >>

Features

  • Shake control that shakes the springs around
  • Tension control to shape the spring character and reverb length
  • Number of spring pairs continuously adjustable from 1 to 3
  • Tube driver simulation with Bass and Treble in the reverb section
  • Can be used both as a send and an insert effect
  • Very CPU friendly

Controls

Springs

Control the number of springs in use. There are three sets of springs in the reverb unit and you can choose how many of the sets you would like to use. Set the control to ONE for a more pronounced springy sound and to THREE for a smoother sound.

Shake

Since we don’t want you to smack your computer to get that thunderous springs-being-shaken sound, Spring Reverb features a slider that can be used to accomplish the same thing safely.

Tension

Tunes up or down the tension of all three springs. Adjusting the Tension parameter will change the sound of the strings from slow and smooth (left) to quick and harsh (right).

Together with the Springs knob, this control is an excellent tool to change the overall character of the reverb.

Bass, Treble and the input stage

Authentic tube simulation using the same technology as the Amp Room products on the wet signal.

Spring Reverb is only available for native VST/AU/RTAS hosts on Mac and Windows.

~ by steelberryclones on August 29, 2008.

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