Eventide Audio has launched its new Spring Reverb at the 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.

Spring can create faithful representations of real springs or push the physical boundaries to achieve new distinctive sounds.

Spring Reverb models the sound and character of popular spring reverb found in guitar amplifiers, popularized by Surf, Garage and Rockabilly music.

Spring takes this a step further by allowing manipulation of physical parameters not normally available in a real spring tank. The results vary from faithful recreations of real springs to distinctive new sounds that push the physical boundaries of reverb.

Spring Reverb features

  • Artist presets by Matt Lange, Nick Hook, and Nu-Trix.
  • Tempo Sync reverb decay to your DAW.
  • Craft original sounds by changing the number of springs and damping frequency.
  • Alter overall resonance by selecting the size of the spring tank .
  • Tube-amp-style tremolo that can be routed pre- or post-reverb.
  • Create chorus-like effects by altering Modulation Level.
  • The Ribbon controller allows for dynamic modification of several knobs at once to easily morph between settings.
  • Programmable Hotswitch provides ability to jump instantly to an alternate sound at the push of a button.
  • iOS version works as a standalone app, AudioUnit v3 effect, or Inter-App Audio effect.
  • Mac/Windows plug-in version works as VST, AU, AAX.

Eventide will be demoing Spring at its booth throughout The 2020 NAMM Show. The plugin is on sale for the intro price of only $29 USD / 29 EUR from the Eventide online store and from distributor Plugin Boutique until March 1st, 2020 (regular $99 USD).

The iOS version is available from the App Store for $9.99 USD.

More information: Eventide Spring Reverb