Audiority has introduced XenoVerb, a new reverb plugin for Mac & Windows.
- 10 Reverb Algorithms: Room, Hall, Plate 1, Plate 2, Springy, Glass, Flow, Shimmer, Bode, Formant
- Over 250 presets
- Pre Delay
- Tone Control
- Reverb Freeze
- Soft Limiter
Pricing and Availability:
XenoVerb is available with an intro price of US $40 (normally $50).
12 thoughts on “Audiority & XenoVerb Reverb Processor For Mac & Windows”
Someone please do the chorale algorithm from Bigsky hardware reverb in vst form already.
Valhalla Shimmer already does.
I demoed it and looks like there’s a Formant mode which is similar to Big Sky chorale. A bit darker tbh, but nice
Shimmer does not do the chorale algo, of course the Valhalla Shimmer does de shimmer algo….
Omg another VST reverb!!! Nooooooo way… wow… I can’t believe it.
Yeah EPIC! ehh 😉
i like the simplicity of the interface on this one very much . but i find this 50 euro+ price ranges too much nowadays in our saturated software market. i mean how can someone like tone boosters offer a very good sounding reverb for 30 euros
and others even offer freeware that sounds good but on the other side you have those that want to earn 50-80-100-350 euros for the same job. remains a mystery to me or better said i don`t wan`t to support it. if it was hardware where you have a cost of replication for the units i would understand better
This is 40$ now and 50 regular price. I don´t think this one is that expensive. Of course I would like it to be cheaper, I am not rich, but I understand that developing software like this takes time and skills. And running a serious plugin company takes another costs too, like web developing, customer servicing, etc… On top of that plugins are not a mainstream market, you don´t sell as much licenses as one could think.
And Comparing any price policy with tonebooster´s is not fair anyway, Their plugins are too good and too cheap! 😀
Yes they are quite the best surprise i have discovered over the years. I started with their freebie Barricade 3 limiter that came with the computer music magazine an was positively surprised by it`s quality. Just purchased Barricade 4. It does not get as “loud” as a Invisible limiter or Stealth limiter but it retains the low end in a warmer way. Real gem that one . From then on i must say i respect them a lot . Yes i agree 50 euros is not crazy expensive but it`s a price towards expensive. Ok if you earn a good salary you probably can afford it in no time but for many people if you calculate 1 reverb+1compressor+1limiter+1eq etc each for 50 euros….. well i can`t afford it. for example i purchased a waves h-reverb for 30 dollars. was on offer. Normally it costs 350……. which i find simply too much no matter what argument one would present to me ……:-)
I’ve always been curious about the preference for grainy algorithmic reverb (vs smooth convolution). I can understand that it does provide easy adjustment, and that for some uses that sound might be preferable to a diffuse reverb.
For my ear, the lexicon reverbs really had something quite lush, HOFA’s reverb was pretty nice. Wizoo sure was lovely.
looks like a decent algo reverb with a lot of options… audiority makes some good products for sure…
40 instead of 50 introductory price i don`t find tempting. 25 would be tempting