Year / Release Date : 05.2019
Version : 2.0.2
Developer : D16 Group
Developer site : D16
Format : VST, AAX
Digit capacity : 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka : present
System requirements : Win 7, Win 8, Win 10, 2.5 Ghz with SSE (Multicore system 2.8 Ghz recommended)
Description : Virtual Reverb. The conceptual algorithm implemented in the block allows you to create almost any type of reverberation.
When creating Toraverb, we did not base it on any current reverb available on the market. We have not implemented any “ready” algorithm. Toraverb is not a classic spring, room, hall or plate reverb. Toraverb is a conceptual algorithmic reverb. Using a set of easily accessible parameters, it allows the user to create almost any type of reverb. Our goal was to create a reverb that will sound pleasant and musical to the listener, and the result can be changed in different ways.
Reverb is a critical mix effect. The result depends on the algorithm used and the quality of implementation. Usually reverb is used as a send effect, in which many channels in a mix are directed to it. If you use a low-quality plug-in or hardware block, the end results may sound very disappointing when the sound of the reverb track looks uncooked in the mix.
High diffusion quality : In Toraverb, we used a diffusion scheme with the highest possible quality based on modified pass filters. By doing this and using properly configured parameters, we can almost eliminate unwanted echo effects for each sound source.
Two parametric equalizers : Toraverb is equipped with two independent single-band full-parameter equalizers with three available curve types. One is used for early EQ reflections, and the second is for late EQ reflections. This is an incredibly useful feature that provides excellent control over the nature of the reverb, allowing you to achieve the most natural sound.
Reverb Tail Modulation : The Toraverb also has an additional modulation parameter that affects the diffuse grid. He is responsible for the distribution of reflections of sound waves in time. By changing the modulation, the sound of the tail can be changed to give a more realistic effect of sound propagation. The amount of modulation is controlled independently for early and late reflections.