Kleverb is an algorithmic reverb plugin that is available for both desktop and iOS

Klevgrand has created a new algorithmic reverb plugin that promises to be as intuitive as it is powerful, with an added bonus of being available on both iOS and desktop.

Kleverb features three different room size setups; Small, Medium, Large and a selectable filter on early and late reflections. The plugin is also capable of modulation, damping, diffusion and much more, meaning that, theoretically, any kind of room can be simulated.

The Ducker function does pretty much as it says and uses dry signal as sidechain by lowering the reverb while the dry signal is active. The included 64 factory presets promise cover most of what Kleverb is capable of, no matter the genre.

The PC and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) edition of Kleverb is available now art a special price of $29.99 until November 15th (regular price $59.99). The iOS  version is AUv3 only and on sale for the introductory price of $9.99 (regularly $19.99). More details can be found on the Klevgrand website.

Kleverb features

  • Room size selection
  • Filters with selectable type on both early and late reflections
  • Wet signal modulation
  • Damping filter
  • Diffusion and Stereo Spread parameters
  • Decay time between 0 and 25 seconds
  • Pre delay parameter
  • Ducker (compressor), with dry signal as side chain
  • Early / Late signal mix parameter
  • Wet and Dry signal level parameters
Simon Arblaster
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I take care of the reviews on MusicRadar and Future Music magazine, though can sometimes be spotted in front of a camera talking little sense in the presence of real musicians. For the past 30 years, I have been unable to decide on which instrument to master, so haven't bothered. Currently, a lover of all things high-gain in the guitar stakes and never one to resist churning out sub-standard funky breaks, the likes of which you'll never hear.

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