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... the generated reverb effects sound particularly natural, dense and lively. During our test, this easy-to-use plug-in proved to be versatile and was able to give drums and percussion, instruments such as guitar, piano and strings, and also keyboard and synth sounds and vocals a realistic spatial sound
For this new reverb plugin, D16 has delivered the goods with a large selection of great sounding reverb models and additional settings to quickly get the right type of reverb for your tracks with little fuss or hassle.
Knowing D16, I expected a high-quality reverb, and Spacerek does not disappoint. While Toraverb 2 is a bit out there, bordering on the rowdy and experimental, this is a comparatively clean and gentle reverb that’s nevertheless capable of beautiful sounds.
The modeled spaces are spot on, and that delay network sure goes a long way towards conjuring the echo-y and the ethereal out of the plug-in. Though, for grimy spaces, I’d have to throw some destructive processing on top or go elsewhere.