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Cloud 9 Reverb

A reverb that doesn't suck and stays under 12% CPU

(11 Votes)
Bryan Lake
1.0 (Updated 7 years ago)
8.9kB
July 10, 2014
Reaktor 5 or lower
Effect Delay based

DESCRIPTION

A reverb that doesn't suck and stays under 12% CPU. It's not going to win any awards but it's cheap and it gets the job done. Perfect for ambient atmospheres with long decay times -- but it can also emulate small spaces.

COMMENTS  (9)

be-sign.net
3 months ago
it sounds phantastic. i have never managed to achieve such a homogeneous reverb with freely adjustable diffusion values. how did you come up with exactly these diffusion constants?
Super Craig
6 months ago
c9
Roman Chevozerov
2 years ago
Nice again:)
Michael Dean
3 years ago
Had some pretty good results with this if you're willing to get a little experimental.
Gourav Adwant
3 years ago
Wow. This works really great for atmospheric and other eerie sounds. Great!! Thanks for sharing this
Andy Most
6 years ago
New to Reaktor and my first download from here...really nice & thanks!
Bryan Lake
7 years ago
Thanks Jonathan, version 2.0 will be coming out soon with a slightly improved algorithm that will likely top out at 16% CPU, but my ears tell me it's worth the extra 4%. So glad you liked it :)
Jonathan Tucker
7 years ago
Wow, I love this reverb! I wouldn't use this in a traditional sense, but for electronic/experimental music, this ensemble is really cool. If you lower the diffusion, you can tweak the decay and get some sweet delay sounds. Good job Bryan - this fits nicely in my Maschine mixer window - doesn't take up a lot of real estate.
Ng Mui
7 years ago
Can't have enough reverbs here, thanks for sharing!
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