AD 480 Reverb RE For Reason Now Available

Fiedler Audio has introduced AD 480 Reverb RE – a professional studio reverb effect for Propellerhead Reason and Reason Essentials.


  • professional reverb sound effect with variable room size
  • reverb time and spatial dimensions independently tweakable
  • extensive filter layout for a wide spectrum of sound
  • 54 new presets with unique sound
  • 108 presets from the iOS version
  • separate outputs for mixed, wet and dry signals for flexible routing
  • 20 CV-inputs for insane modulation

AD 480 Reverb RE is capable of simulating a virtually unlimited number of acoustic spaces of all sizes. Powerful filters shape the sonic color of the reverb and the unique “cross feed” function enables you to control the directional behavior of the reverb according to the panorama angle of the input signal. The user interface is designed for quick and comfortable access to all parameters.

On the back panel you find stereo outputs for the mixed signal as well as for wet and dry separated, giving you great routing flexibility. The vast number of CV-inputs enable you to automate and modulate almost all of the AD 480 Reverb REs parameters and let you discover entirely new ways to creatively use reverb in your production.

The video, above, explores the front panel controls of AD 480 Reverb RE. The second video, below, covers the back panel:

Here are the official audio demos:

AD 480 Reverb RE is available now for $85. An iOS version is also available for $14.99.

6 thoughts on “AD 480 Reverb RE For Reason Now Available

    1. To connect with what?

      As I understand it, the Rack Extension format allows for a lot more flexible CV control than is possible with VSTi’s. I’m not sure if that could be translated to an iPad app.

      1. I wasn’t sure if the ‘CV’ could be automated internally. The ipad version already has full midi control over all parameters, so I suppose that’s good enough for the platform.

    1. Reason is nothing short of amazing and is the most stable DAW I have used, and their rack extension ecosystem is one of the ways they achieve this.
      All quality DAW’s are expensive and all quality VST’s get costly, but when you compare the cost to all the obsolete rack equipment it replaces, it is a bargain.
      You obviously have never used Reason and compared its feature set and performance to other top DAW’s.

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