Paid Reverb Plugin Recommendations

xiris

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Valhalla Verb? H-Reverb? Polaris? Blackhole?
I've needed a proper reverb plugin for years... ever since i switched to Reason 10 from Logic X, i've been getting by with the stock Reason verb, which is alright, but i'd like another option.. specifically a good, warm reverb.

Thoughts?
 

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I am no reverb expert but I do like Valhalla's Shimmer for trying to get those long 90's atmospheric vibes. I also use the Soundtoys Littleplate reverb a fair amount. I do use Space Designer and the new Chromaverb in Logic a fair amount. I am puzzled why anybody would go from Logic to Reason but if it works for you then fair enough.
 

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I am no reverb expert but I do like Valhalla's Shimmer for trying to get those long 90's atmospheric vibes. I also use the Soundtoys Littleplate reverb a fair amount. I do use Space Designer and the new Chromaverb in Logic a fair amount. I am puzzled why anybody would go from Logic to Reason but if it works for you then fair enough.
i left the mac world and entered the pc one. Logic is excellent n i miss it
 

xiris

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I am no reverb expert but I do like Valhalla's Shimmer for trying to get those long 90's atmospheric vibes. I also use the Soundtoys Littleplate reverb a fair amount. I do use Space Designer and the new Chromaverb in Logic a fair amount. I am puzzled why anybody would go from Logic to Reason but if it works for you then fair enough.
I got littleplate for free when they first released, i actually just realized i didnt have it active on my computer yesterday after posting this.. it is quite a good little reverb. Thanks for your suggestions!
 

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Fair enuff. I did get Reason 10 a couple months ago when they had a free offer in conjunction with iOS app.
Nice, i definitely didn't get it for free, but overall I don't think there's a PC-based DAW i'd rather be working in.
 

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Nice, i definitely didn't get it for free, but overall I don't think there's a PC-based DAW i'd rather be working in.
Unfortunately it was the basic version so I couldn’t rewire it into Logic
 

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For years I couldn't stand software reverbs, so I would just send an out to my Lexicon hardware reverb via Ableton's external effects module.

Lately I've been using Eventide UltraReverb for more bread and butter type reverbs, and the Eventide Blackhole for some crazy deep reverb sounds.

SoundToys Little Plate is incredible as well.

I sort of started exploring some convolution reverbs, but haven't gotten that deep into it yet.
 
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