SIR Audio Tools SIR2
It’s not the most youthful member of the convolution reverb party, but it has stood the test of time thanks to a reasonable balance of customisation options, expansive features and a light CPU load. If you want to try it out, the first version is available free for Windows users.
LiquidSonics’ flagship convolution processor is filled to the brim with flexible features, offering a true stereo reverb signal using separate IRs for the left and right channels. Post-processing effects like chorus, delay and EQ (with LFOs) allow you to customise IRs even further.
Audio Ease Altiverb 7
Aimed at the higher end of the market, Altiverb 7 is the convolution reverb of choice for those wanting a mammoth selection of high-quality IRs painstakingly sourced from around the world. Advanced picture browsing, keyword searching and ‘chaos’ function come as standard.
Apple Space Designer
Possibly the best reverb plugin you’ll find bundled with any DAW, this can often be seen popping up on top producers' kit lists. A broad collection of versatile impulse responses and tweakable parameters give Logic users a definite advantage straight off the shelf.