Spring And Digital Reverbs Emulated

Rhythm Lab release Mo' Verb Algorithmic Reverb VST      06/05/09
Spring And Digital Reverbs Emulated


Rhythm Lab have released their Mo' Verb algorithmic reverb VST. Here's what they have to say about it...
Mo'Verb is a reverberator, based on original algorithms, combining simulation of spring and digital reverbs. In our plug-in we did our best to provide basis for creating of wide spectrum of timbres, make smooth and warm sound, handy and intuitive interface for making the required sound easy and fast. While making our reverb algorithm we used specially created program for the search of inner parameters to make the sound of the reverb smooth and clear.
Main Features
  • Optimized design for maximum smoothness of reverb sound
  • Independent Early and Late reflections EQs
  • Wall reflection iterative filter
  • Built-in stereo imager
  • Built-in gate
  • Built-in goniometer
  • Variable stereo spread
  • Programmed with Delphi and Assembler
  • 30+ presets
Pricing and Availability:
Donationware More information:
  • rhythm-lab.com

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