Seit einiger Zeit bietet Valhalla ein brauchbares Reverb/Delay-Plugin kostenfrei an. Neben regulären, können auch relativ abgefahrene Klänge damit erzeugt werden.valhalladsp.com/sho…ve/
Ich habe das Ding schon eine Zeit lang und finde es relativ nützlich.
Klangbeispiele gibt es auf
ValhallaSupermassive has been designed from the ground up for MASSIVE delays and reverbs. Blow your mind and your music to new levels of consciousness and experience. Get ready for luscious clouds of reverb, otherworldly delays, swelling waves of feedback unlike any you’ve heard before.
All Valhalla plugins are self documenting, so just roll over the controls for the tool tip.
ValhallaSupermassive is based around feedback delay networks. The individual delays can have up to 2 second of delay time, with user control over the delay lengths, the feedback, how the delays mix with each other, and the modulation rate and depth of the delays. The sonic results range from choruses and flangers, to echoes that fade in and out over time, to massive lush reverbs, and onwards to weird spatial effects that have to be heard to be believed.
ValhallaSupermassive has a bunch of concepts in it that we’ve had in mind over the past decade, that have been looking for a home. Echoes that are too weird for ValhallaDelay, reverbs that are too massive for a general purpose plugin, strange sounds that defy categorization. We are happy to release these sounds into the world!
The MODE control is the most powerful Supermassive control, as the different algorithms have very different attack, sustain, and decay characteristics. For more details, head to the ValhallaSupermassive Modes blog post. Supermassive uses a variety of feedback delay networks, where each delay in the structure can be up to 2 seconds long. Combine these long delays with the unique WARP control, and the results range from echoes that slowly fade in, to cascading harmonic echoes, to lush reverbs, onwards to reverbs that decay way over the course of minutes.
Eine detaillierte Betrachtung der einzelnen Modi, ist im Blog von Valhalla