KSHMR Reverb Launched With Limited-Time $19.99 Intro Price


Dharma Studio launches a $19.99 intro deal on KSHMR Reverb, a creative reverb plugin with advanced functionality.

As a producer, having access to a plethora of reverb options is a given, but the quest for the perfect sound never ends. Enter KSHMR, a renowned producer who has teamed up with W.A. Production to bring his unique spin on algorithmic reverb.

The KSHMR Reverb stands out from the crowd with its array of features, including multiple reverberation algorithms, customizable pre-delay and size controls, and the ability to modulate the reverb tail.

What isn’t expected is the auto-ducking and auto-gating. Side-chaining the reverb tail is a powerful technique for adding clarity to a mix, and KSHMR Reverb makes it easy to dial it in with precision. The added flexibility of fade-in and full ducking modes gives users the option to choose a more natural implementation of side-chaining or a more abrupt blending of the reverb tail with the signal.

KSHMR Reverb boasts additional unique features, such as the integration of a transient designer into the signal path. The Soft Transient function is particularly useful for those who want to add a diffuse, reverb-soaked effect to sharp percussive sounds.

Tonal Reset restarts the reverbing every time a new transient is detected. This is intended to avoid the overlap and bleed one might encounter from harmonic instruments playing overlapping notes.

A reverse function is present, which makes implementing the ever-popular swells into your productions easier than ever. You can go wild and add in synthesized octaves to the mix, adding more depth and intrigue to your reverb tails.

These functions are rounded out with a gate, which helps trim the tails of your reverb to clean up the mix.

KSHMR Reverb is a collection of innovative tools integrated into a standard algorithmic stereo reverb format. The algorithms offered include traditional options such as plate, spring, and hall reverberation. The reverb itself sounds excellent, but the added utilities give it an edge over its competition.

An intro price of $19.99 is on offer for a limited time before KSHMR Reverb moves to its suggested retail price of $49.99.

KSHMR Reverb is compatible with Windows and Mac computers. Compatible plugin formats for Windows are VST, VST3, and AAX for 32-bit and 64-bit hosts. Mac users have the option of using VST, VST3, AU, and AAX. Silicon support is native, and binaries are available for both Intel Apple computers and the M1 and M2.

More info: KSHMR Reverb ($19.99 intro sale)

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  1. That looks really good !
    Infortunately, as all the W.A plugins, Mac OS 10.15 minimum…. (I’m on 10.14….)
    Why you do that W.A production !!
    I will krill you (it’s about throw krill on their face and call some whales :)

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