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Thread Good verb plug-in for vocals?

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jam3s

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1 Posted on 03/05/2015 at 08:17:38
Looking for something that'll help vocal notes trail off longer but without being too evident. I have the Waves Rverb which 1) is a bit too complicated for me and 2) a bit too heavy-handed from my experience, so I'd really appreciate any advice on a nice, natural sounding reverb
southerntwang

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2 Posted on 03/05/2015 at 08:32:42
I've gotten great results on vocals from the altiverb and the magix variverb
Mike Levine

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3 Posted on 03/05/2015 at 16:35:26
Eventide UltraReverb is a nice one, and if you have any UAD-2 hardware, EMT Plate 140 is amazing. Also Rob Papen's RP-Verb is also quite good.
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