Reverb Effects

Reverb is the simulation of the sound of space. This space could be your bathroom, a small room, a concert hall, a chamber, and so on.

It can be used to create all sorts of effects but it can easily be misused too, basically reverb effects can be used to…

  • To create depth in a mix; pushing elements further back in a mix
  • To glue elements within a track together
  • and many more.

On this Reverb effects page, you would find an updated list of free and paid reverb effects plugin for your music production DAW.

Here are links to the best Reverb VST plugins on our website, enjoy (Note: The below links would open in a new tab, so, you can still come back and surf the other ones):

The 10 Best Free [Reverb VST] Plugin Effects

The Best Paid Reverb [VST Effects] Plugins

  • ERA 4 Reverb Remover by Accusonus (Practical Review Guide)

    ERA 4 Reverb Remover by Accusonus (Practical Review Guide)

    In this post, we won’t only be doing a review of ERA 4 Reverb Remover, but also a practical guide of the ins and out of the plugin. There are certain kinds of reverb (or for simplicity ‘echoes’) you don’t want in your audio recordings, in short, if you are recording in a non-ideal condition or ...

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  • Tverb by Eventide (Plugin Review)

    Tverb by Eventide (Plugin Review)

    Tverb was built on the legendary work of a music producer/engineer – Tony Visconti, it integrates three completely independent lush reverbs with compression and selectable polar patterns on microphone 1 and adjustable gates on microphones 2 and 3. The brain behind this plugin is Visconti’s iconic effect, it was used as a starting point while adding features that ...

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  • Spring by Eventide (Plugin Review)

    Spring by Eventide (Plugin Review)

    Eventide Spring is an easy reverb that models the sound and character of the popular artificial reverb found in guitar amplifiers, with an additional tube amp style tremolo. It doesn’t only model the sound and the character, but also allows you to make a further tweak to physical parameter controls not readily available in the real ...

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  • Eventide Blackhole Reverb (Plugin Review)

    Eventide Blackhole Reverb (Plugin Review)

    Most reverb plugin simulates the reverberation of the real world e.g a hall, chamber, and the likes. Eventide – Blackhole took it a bit further by allowing you to create virtual spaces that could never exist in reality (perhaps, that is why they went for the name – Blackhole). If you love experimenting with reverbs, then ...

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  • GrainSpace by Audiority (Plugin Review)

    GrainSpace by Audiority (Plugin Review)

    GrainSpace is a granular processor by Audiority that focuses on real-time granularization and reverberation of the incoming audio signal. Before we go further, I’ll love to give a basic explanation of how granularization works: The way granulizers works is using source material as its wave sample, you don’t have to load any source, just load an instance ...

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