Waves Renaissance Reverb
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Waves Renaissance Reverb

Renaissance Reverb, Software algorithmic reverb from Waves in the Renaissance series.

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moosers 12/11/2010

Waves Renaissance Reverb : la opinión de moosers (content in English)

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The Waves Ltd. Renaissance Reverb is a basic reverb plug-in that comes as part of the Renaissance Maxx bundle of plug-ins, in addition to being available as an individual plug-in. I've only installed this plug-in along with the rest of the Waves plug-ins and not as an individual, although the process shouldn't be any difference beyond the length of time it will take. The interface of Renaissance Reverb has a good amount to work with, but I wouldn't say it's convoluted or complicated in any way. For starters, the plug-in has a variety of different types of reverb to choose from, as well as two filters for damping and one as a general EQ. It then has a graph for setting the time response of the delay in milliseconds, and sliders for setting your predelay, time, size, diffusion, decay, reverb, early reflections, wet/dry mix, and overall gain. I didn't find that it was hard to use at all, so I've never seen a manual for the plug-in.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I've mostly been running the Waves Ltd. Renaissance Reverb plug-in on my system at home, but I move back and forth a lot between my home system and the studio's system where I work, so I've used it both in Pro Tools LE and HD. At home I've got Pro Tools LE 8 which I run on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM, while I run Pro Tools LE with a Digi 002R audio interface. I haven't encountered any issues on either system running this plug-in...

OVERALL OPINION

While I can't say that the Waves Ltd. Renaissance Reverb is my go to reverb plug-in of choice, it's still very solid and there's a lot that can be done with it. It definitely has a realistic sound to it, which is also versatile and flexible when you take into account all of the reverb types and parameters to go along with them. It's still not the most versatile reverb plug-in out there, but it's still a very good one. I don't think I'd recommend buying it as an individual plug-in since there are so many other options out there, but it's definitely one of the many reasons to get the Renaissance Maxx bundle of plug-ins...