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Starting out as an effect processor in Cherry Audio’s Dreamsynth, many have called for Galactic Reverb to become a standalone plugin.
Well, now it is.
Though it keeps its original features & functionality – such as a decay time of up to 35 seconds – the standalone Galtactic Reverb plugin has seen some new feature additions too.
For example, the team at Cherry Audio have “fine-tuned” the reverb plugin and added modulation parameters, a pre-delay, and even included an equalizer.
And the addition of a ducking setting allows you to attenuate your reverb levels while a singer or another instrument takes centre stage. As a result, you’ll be able to mix your projects down easier with no sidechaining in the post-production stage.
But a creative benefit here is the ability to seamlessly blend alternate between dry and noticeable reverb tails with a little bit of automation.
Galactic Reverb includes features over 50 ethereal presets. Furthermore, the reverb is compatible with mono or stereo sources.
Cherry Audio’s Galactic Reverb is now available for an introductory price of $19, after which it will be $29.
The plugin is available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and stand-alone formats, and is compatible with Windows and macOS.
If you want to try it before you buy then you can get hold of a free seven-day demo.
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