For a limited time, VSTBuzz offers a 70% OFF discount on PSP SpringBox, a spring reverb emulator by PSP Audioware!
PSP Audioware has been making a variety of music production software for nearly two decades. Originally founded by two Polish friends Antoni Ozynski and Mateusz Wozniak, the company has committed itself to creating the highest possible quality plugins.
Traditionally, analog spring reverbs have been added to guitar and drums tracks. The odds are high that some of your favorite classics even have this type of reverb on their instruments.
PSP SpringBox is a spring reverb emulator that reflects the company’s dedication to quality emulations of classic analog effects.
Featuring numerous presets and an interface modeled after a rack-mounted spring reverb, PSP SpringBox offers innumerable options to add analog authenticity to guitar, drums, and even vocal tracks.
Users can create two reverb configurations with different presence and dampness parameter settings. They can then switch between the two setups they’ve made with a simple A/B switch.
The option to switch between configurations can be handy when finding a setting that works best in a mix. Beyond these initial configurations are more options to dial in your reverb.
PSP SpringBox features a master diffusion, spread, dry, and wet knob to get your reverb tail set to your liking, determine the desired stereo width, and then set the amount of reverb you want in your signal.
For those who don’t want to spend as much time fine-tuning, PSP SpringBox comes with 20 presets. I found that presets such as “the glue insert” and “clapverb” do a fairly accurate job of recreating spring reverbs that I’ve heard in many old-school guitar amplifiers.
To download, follow the link to the VSTBuzz website and click “BUY NOW.” You’ll be asked for shipping and payment information; once you pay for it, you’ll receive download and installation instructions.
PSP SpringBox is compatible with Windows 7 and newer. On macOS, it is compatible with macOS 10.10 Yosemite and newer. This plugin is compatible with most common DAWs and is available in 64-bit VST3, 64-bit AU, and AAX formats.
PSP SpringBox requires the latest version of iLok License Manager to run.
If you’re looking for a freeware alternative, check out our BPB Dirty Spring plugin.
More info: PSP SpringBox (70% OFF @ VSTBuzz)