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bpb Freeware Studio: Best Free Algorithmic Reverb VST/AU Plugins

bpb Freeware Studio: Best Free Algorithmic Reverb VST Plugins!

This edition of bpb Freeware Studio covers the best freeware algorithmic reverb VST plugins. Convolution reverbs will be covered in a separate article later on (if you need one asap, get Reverberate LE).

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Ambience and epicVerb are my two favorite freeware reverb effects. They both sound phenomenal, come with a large amount of presets, and can be tweaked to almost any kind of reverb sound you might need. Keep in mind that they are both a bit more on the CPU-hungry side, though.

epicVerb by Variety Of Sound.

epicVerb by Variety Of Sound.

MVerb, TimeVerb , DX Reverb, OldSkoolVerb and Classic Reverb use far less CPU (especially MVerb!), and still sound very good. They also have rather simple interefaces, making them pretty easy to operate. MVerb and OldSkoolVerb are pretty much my go-to reverbs for channel use. You should also check out these three alternative versions of MVerb made by Wusik.

MVerb by Martin Eastwood.

MVerb by Martin Eastwood.

SpringLine and Spring Reverb are, wait for it… spring reverb emulations! These two are good candidates if you’re looking to get the good old dubby kind of reverb sound. Another interesting one to experiment with is Reverbering, featuring a noise control which can lead to some unusual results.

Reverbering by NUSofting.

Reverbering by NUSofting.

Poor PlateTAL-Reverb-III and MuVerb are great sounding plate reverbs. This kind of stuff sounds great on lead vocals, synth leads, etc. MuVerb is a tad bit more CPU hungry, but it sounds remarkably well!

TAL-Reverb III by Togu Audio Line.

TAL-Reverb III by Togu Audio Line.

Tila2 is a great sounding room reverb unit nonetheless. Definitely uses a fair amount of CPU, but it’s still a really good choice for a room reverb if you have a powerful enough computer.

Tila2 by signaldust.

Tila2 by signaldust.

Many thanks to bpb readers slops and FrozenjaZz for suggesting KR-Reverb FS and Mo’ Verb.

As always, you are welcome to suggest your own favorite freeware reverb in the comments section below! If you’ve enjoyed the article, please help us grow by sharing the link on your favorite social network. Thanks for reading BPB!

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