Audio Damage Brings Eos 2 To iOS

Audio Damage has ported another one of their audio effects to iOS, Eos 2 reverb.

They say that the iOS version is a direct 1:1 port of Audio Damage’s Eos 2 desktop plug-in.

The download includes an AUv3 App Extension for use in AUv3-savvy hosts like AUM, AudioBus, GarageBand, Cubasis, and Auria Pro. Also included is a stand-alone application with Inter-App Audio.

Eos 2 consists of four high-quality custom-designed reverb algorithms. Three different plate simulators and a Superhall algorithm give you a broad palette of reverb options.

They note: “Where Eos 2 really comes in to its own is when you drop Superhall on your piano or synthesizer tracks. The incredibly long modulated hall sounds of Eno-style ambience are where Eos 2 thrives, something that is not possible with convolution ‘verbs.”


  • Four reverb algorithms designed for Audio Damage by ValhallaDSP, including three separate plate algorithms and our own unique SuperHall, a rich, densely modulated, extra-long hall algorithm designed for ambient and synthesizer music.
  • Full control over the reverb early reflections and tail, with modulation and equalization control, to sculpt the density and tonal characteristics to your needs.
  • All presets from the desktop version included, and you can even share presets among all versions of Eos 2 using the copy/paste mechanism.
  • AUv3 and IAA standard.
  • Note that Eos 2 is a dense, heavily modulated algorithmic reverb, and as such may be somewhat heavy on the CPU, especially on older devices. For best results, use a single instance as a send.

Pricing and Availability

Eos 2 is available for iOS for US $5.99.

7 thoughts on “Audio Damage Brings Eos 2 To iOS

  1. This is Great! I use EOS frequently on my laptop to, among other things, add reverb to Animoog, etc. (iPad via lightning to USB into AudioMulch on the Laptop) Glad to know it is now available for iOS too. Going to the app store to buy this now!

      1. Oh. So now I’ve read a muff wiggler thread and I see there is indeed a problem with noise and aliasing when cv-controlled which is a disaster. I like Chris and some of his products but this sort of thing is unacceptable. Hope he manages to fix it ASAP and never repats this sort of mistake.

  2. Eos is my go to Verb. Dubstation is my go to delay.

    Hope he does Automaton and Axon for iOS. The gui on those 2 scream touch .

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