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Dragonfly Plate - Michael Willis - 02-08-2020

I'm adding a plate reverb to my set of plugins. Initially I didn't think that it would be relevant to virtual orchestration, but I already have a classical musician interested in using it to simulate the soundboard of a sampled harpsichord.

Anybody inclined to test it can find the latest beta release here:

https://github.com/michaelwillis/dragonfly-reverb/releases/tag/2.9.1-beta

In particular, it would be helpful if any of you folks running Windows could at least load it up, verify that it doesn't crash your DAW, and see if you get reasonable audio out of it.


RE: Dragonfly Plate - Mattias Westlund - 02-08-2020

Loads fine on Windows 10 Pro x64 running REAPER 4.78, passes audio without issue and sounds very nice. Is this also a Freeverb3 algo?


RE: Dragonfly Plate - Michael Willis - 02-08-2020

(02-08-2020, 05:32 PM)Mattias Westlund Wrote: Is this also a Freeverb3 algo?

Yes, it is based on three algorithms from Freeverb3. Two are from Nverb and one is from STRev. In the "Reverb Type" menu, "Simple" is NVerb A, "Nested" is NVErb B, and "Tank" is STRev. I made some slight enhancements to the algorithms such that all of the dials have reasonable behavior for all the algorithms.


RE: Dragonfly Plate - Mattias Westlund - 02-08-2020

(02-08-2020, 07:52 PM)Michael Willis Wrote: Yes, it is based on three algorithms from Freeverb3. Two are from Nverb and one is from STRev. In the "Reverb Type" menu, "Simple" is NVerb A, "Nested" is NVErb B, and "Tank" is STRev. I made some slight enhancements to the algorithms such that all of the dials have reasonable behavior for all the algorithms.

Oh, cool! I haven't used the original Freeverb3 in ages TBH so I don't recall exactly what stuff was in there. I remember Hibiki and ProG, both of them fondly.