Dharma Worldwide has introduced KSHMR Reverb, a new effect for Mac & Windows that they say features with next-level FX and intuitive controls.
KSHMR Reverb includes built-in sidechain ducking, Soft Transient to eliminate harsh attacks from the reverb signal, Tonal Reset to restart the reverb on new transients and more.
- Creative reverb controls with special FX
- Auto-ducking & auto-gating for taming reverb tails
- Inspiring tonal, reverse & octave settings
- Standard parameters for everyday use
- Hall, Plate and Spring reverb algorithms?
- Resizable interface
- Responsive & CPU friendly
- Categorized factory presets
- Full manual & tutorial video
Pricing and Availability:
KSHMR is available now with an intro price of $19.99 USD (normally $49.99).
6 thoughts on “KSHMR Reverb Promises Next-Level FX & Intuitive Controls”
In the immortal words of Beef Jensen, “You can never have too many reverbs!”
I’ll say, as long “you don’t have too *much* reverb”.
2×224/2×300/2xKSP/H3K/GTR4K/8KFW and a good old DOD Spring!
Thats not true, If you own the Valhalla DSP verbs you dont need a new one ever! They are sooooooo much better its creepy…
I like seeing a “reverse” knob on the lower right. Good decision! I’m keen on Valhalla, too. Between that and Logic’s ‘verbs, I feel well-covered. Still, I lean in and look carefully, The synth-like assignments & ducking here feel more like an added module than ‘just’ another plug-in.
i had actually been looking for a reverb exactly like this, i just grabbed it and its fantastic. it works really well for percussive elements, i have lots of great reverbs for ambient washes or real rooms but this handles closely placed transients really well. very cool.