Team R2R | 02 October 2022 | WiN: 3.7MB | MAC: 10.9MB
.: AAX, AU, VST2, VST3, x64 :.
VREV-305 Twelve-Spring Reverb
The VREV-305 originates in an iconic and very rare spring chamber reverb system from the 1970s. Its tank consists of no less than 12 individual springs with equally tempered timings, following a logarithmic progression very similar to the musical scale. This system produces unique reverberation textures which can be shaped with a compact yet powerful tweaking matrix.
The spring chamber of the VREV-305 produces harmonic series of reflection patterns which result in lush and dense reverb tails, but without the twangy artifacts typical of springs. The plate-like ambience can be adapted to individual signals with a simple, but very musical and interactive EQ section. The plugin also lifts the fixed decay time limitation of the hardware for good.
But that’s not all, as the VREV-305 also offers separate pre-delay parameters per channel as well as switchable stereo summing options before and after the spring system. Without tons of complex controls, this reverb lets you create many interesting tails in no time at all, which can always be adjusted in intensity with the onboard mix control.
Like No Other
Its flexibility makes the VREV-305 a great choice for many sources, and it especially shines on drums, guitars and vocals. For sure, it simply sounds different than the standard reverbs used all over the place, in a creative and truly beautiful way. So if you like springs and plates while looking for fresh and easily tunable reverb sounds, this one has been created for you.