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Get bouncy with the VREV-666 free reverb plugin, available to download now.
What is spring reverb? In pre-digital times, a coiled spring was used as a cheaper version of artificial plate reverb, with a transducer and a pickup at either end. The Hammond organ first used spring reverb – it’s common in guitar amplifiers. Spring reverb has a synthetic “bouncy” effect, as the coils vibrate and bounce the echoes inside the unit along the spring back to the transducer.
The spring reverb plugin features a limiter to tame peaks, a mix stage, pre-delay and a tone EQ. It’s available for PC and Mac in VST/AU/AAX formats.