Navigating: Home » VST/AU/AAX Plugins » Reverb effects » XenoVerb by Audiority (Plugin Review) XenoVerb by Audiority (Plugin Review) Posted on by Exclusivemusicplus XenoVerb by Audiority $45.00 8.8 Ease of Use 9.5/10 Clean Intuitive Interface 9.0/10 Features 8.0/10 Get XenoVerb by Audiority Disclosure: When you buy through our links, we may get a commission at zero cost to you. XenoVerb is a superb Multi-Algorithm Reverb plugin with a sleek and intuitive GUI, I really love the interface of this plugin but it doesn’t only thrive in that aspect. It also features both classic and creative reverb algorithms delivering a wide range of reverbs with a clean and simple interface. Here are the list of reverb algorithm in Xenoverb and their uses: Room: A flexible room algorithm useful to create classic environments ranging from small studios to large dancing clubs. Hall: A classic yet versatile hall reverb ranging from small concert venues to huge canyons. The smooth reflections and soft building tail are beautiful on pianos, drums, and vocals. Plate 1: A simplified version of a classic plate algorithm found in the late ‘70s hardware processors. Plate 2: An extended version of a classic plate algorithm found in the late ‘70s hardware processors. Very smooth, great on vocals, drums, and pads. Springy: A fully algorithmic spring tank reverberator. Dirty, ringing and metallic, great on guitars and to add sparkle to synth and percussions. Glass (FDN): A modern highly diffusive and transparent reverb. This versatile algorithm can be used on any source material and can range from small ambiences to outer world spaces. Flow: A lush, smooth, hugely diffusive creative reverb based on the ‘90s hardware processors, where a lot of allpass blocks were used to create dense late reverberation. The result is a lush, soft building reverb, great for pads, guitars, voices, and creative sound design. Shimmer: A smooth reverb with a dual pitch shifter in a feedback loop creates an evolving harmonizing soundscape. That’s a classic effect pioneered by Eno, Lanois and U2’s The Edge. Bode: A weird sound design oriented algorithm made by placing a frequency shifter in the reverb feedback loop. Useful to create metallic resonances and drones. Formant: A creative reverb algorithm featuring a formant filter before the reverb tank. ►Key Features: 10 Reverb Algorithms: Room, Hall, Plate 1, Plate 2, Springy, Glass, Flow, Shimmer, Bode, Formant Over 250 presets Pre Delay Diffusion Modulation Tone Control Reverb Freeze Soft Limiter ►System Requirements: PC Windows XP SP3 or later Intel i3 or higher 2GB RAM Screen resolution: 1024×768 VST2, AAX 32-bit or 64-bit host MAC OSX 10.7.5 or later Intel i3 or higher 2GB RAM Screen resolution: 1024×768 VST2, AU, and AAX 32-bit or 64-bit host Get XenoVerb by Audiority Useful Related posts:Voxengo – OldSkoolVerb [Review and Download]Spring by Eventide (Plugin Review)Tverb by Eventide (Plugin Review) Post navigation Previous:ERA 4 Reverb Remover by Accusonus (Practical Review Guide)Next:The Best Reverb [VST Effects] Plugins (2020) Comment policy: Respectful and beneficial comments are welcome with full open hands. However, all comments are manually moderated and those that doesn't relate with what the passage is saying or offensive comments would be deleted. Thanks for understanding! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me via e-mail if anyone answers my comment.