Mod Sound Velvetverb

Mod Sound Velvetverb

Modern algorithmic reverb

Four unique, flexible reverb modes - Velvet Room, Hall Effect, Plate Glass, and Dark Energy (described below)
Far-reaching control sweeps, from natural room sounds, to swirling soundscapes, to warbling resonances, to otherworldly washes
Larger-than-life stereo field impression, superwide responses to all input signals
Smooth, lively detuning and chorusing
Fine-grained control of reverb frequency response
Reverb ducking to get out of the way of the input signal
GPU-accelerated stereo field visualizer
Built-in presets to get you started

Reverb Modes
Velvet Room

The sound Velvetverb was created to make
Maximally decorrelated signals in each ear
Strong detuning modulation to break up resonances
Flexible, can sound great on just about any signal
Great for widening and livening up nairow, static signals like synths and electric guitars

Hall Effect
Slower echo density buildup, like a concert hall
Weaker detuning modulation, more like the real world
Twice as many delay elements as Velvet Room
Great for natural, organic sounds like pianos, stringed instruments, strong vocals

Plate Glass
Near-instantaneous echo density buildup - short main delays and immediate early reflections
Hard high-frequency rolloff
Diffuse allpass-based early reflections
Vintage-inspired sounds, but with the width and lively chorusing of Velvet Room
Great on drums, distorted guitars, whole mixes

Dark Energy
Unusual, experimental reverb, not based on our reality
Absorbs the input signal and releases it back slowly, for an evolving tail
"Size" parameter controls echo fade-in time
Interacts heavily with the shelf controls - try extreme settings for very unnatural echoes

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