1989Verb - 80's Digital Reverb VST Plugin

$25.00

1989Verb is an homage to Late 80's Reverb tones. Warm plates, bright, dark, long, short, fast gates, slow gates, Reverse reverbs, regens, tap delays, flangers, blooms, stereo wideners, you name it, it's there.

VST/VST3/AU/AAX Plugin formats available. 64-bit system required

Description
"The only reverb that gives me focused, stable and sparkling tail. Sounds like an outboard reverb. The best reverb I have."
- Stefano Morabito, producer (Fleshgod Apocalypse, Decrepit Birth, Hour Of Penance)

Features

Based on an 1989 Digital Reverb unit, the 1989Verb not only features the characteristics of the original unit but it also features a HiPass and LoPass to enhance the experience. A simple interface allows you to dial tones quickly. You can choose the patch from the dropdown menu or just simply keep clicking the arrows until you reach that golden tone.

Whether your Drums need more weight, synths need more air & excitement, vocals need that warm space to dwell in; 1989Verb is a perfect pair for any retro fan! Works well with modern production as well.
  • VST/AU/AAX Compatible
  • 57 different Reverb presets
  • Hi-Pass & Low-Pass Filters
  • Wet & Dry knobs
  • Stereo & Mono mode

Yesterday's sound, today's workflow

1989Verb is an homage to Late 80's Reverb tones. Warm plates, bright, dark, long, short, fast gates, slow gates, Reverse reverbs, regens, tap delays, flangers, blooms, stereo wideners, you name it, it's there.

How to use 1989Verb Plugin?

1. Follow the installation guide here
2. Open your DAW and apply 1989Verb as an insert on a track
3. Adjust dry and wet levels accordingly
4. Select one of the patches from the dropdown menu
5. If you need to remove high or low frequencies, utilize the HiPass and LoPass functions

How to make the most out of 1989Verb Reverb plugin?

- Choose the character of reverb. Do I need a warm, dark, bright, light or heavy type of reverb?
- Size of the room/space. Do I need just a tad of room ambience or are we singing with the whales here?
- Generally you'd want to apply healthy dose of reverb on Vocals, Lead Guitars, Keyboards, Snare, Toms, Overheads and other percussion or orchestral instruments such as Brass or Woodwinds.
- Generally Kick Drum, Bass Guitar and Rhythm Guitar should should have a lot less reverb, if anything at all.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Hi. I run Cubase SX 3 on Windows XP and will never ever run a 64 bit DAW. Guessing this means I can't run your plugin, correct?

    Unfortynately this daw isn't supported. :/

  • Hi there. Do these plugins work with adobe audition 2019??

    Hello! Yes they should work without issues! :) -Toni

Tech Specs

Plugin System Requirements:

  • 64-bit Operating System (MAC OS 10.9 or Windows 7 and higher)
  • Dual-core CPU
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • a Soundcard
  • Supported Audio Editing Software (Check here)

  • MIDI Pack System Requirements:

  • Any software and hardware which is capable of reading .mid-files in midi standard.

  • Product details:

  • Our plugins come in VST, AU and AAX Format, for 64-bit systems.
  • Our Samplers expect midi input.
  • Audio processing plugins like 1989Verb expects audio input.
  • Our midipacks are packages of midifiles that can be used as loops for drum libraries to produce audible beats. They are usually compatible with most drum libraries.
  • Delivery & Refund
  • We deliver products for you instantly upon purchase as a digital downloads.
  • We have a 180-day refund policy. If you are not satisfied with the product, just ask us for a refund within 6 months of your payment and you'll get it. NO QUESTIONS ASKED!