Leslie Sanford has released version 2.0 of Sanford Reverb, a true stereo reverb effect plug-in for Windows.
New with this version is a UI make over, tail modulation, and freeze mode.
The new UI is consistent with several of my latest products. It was done with g200kg’s SkinMan and KnobMan programs.
The tail modulation adds a bit of motion to the sound. You can add subtle amounts to liven things up, or you can dial up the mod depth and/or mod speed to make it warble.
The freeze mode freezes the contents of the reverb’s buffer indefinitely, so you get a kind of infinite reverb sound. What’s cool is that you can apply the filter and modulation to the reverb while it’s frozen to vary the sound.
Sanford Reverb features
- Control over 6 early reflections, 3 for each channel.
- Pre-filter section for shaping the input’s tone.
- Damping for simulating wall absorption.
- Tail Modulation.
- Freeze Mode.
- MIDI Learn.
- Low CPU usage.
Sanford Reverb is available as a VST effect plug-in for Windows for $35 USD. A demo version is available for download from the product page.
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