Mod Sound released Velvetverb

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Mod Sound released Velvetverb, a new modern algorithmic reverb plugin.


  • 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
  • Simple, powerful interface
  • 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 narrow, 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
  • 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

USD 60$

More info here: Mod Sound | Velvetverb

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