Digital Reverbs

EMT 250
The EMT 250 Digital Reverb is completely electronic, with no moving parts; ruggedly built and insensitive to shock or vibrations. Extremely versatile with many programming possibilities and adjustment of parameters.
1976
Dynacord DRS-78
The Dynacord DRS 78 provides a very wide range of reverb and echo effects and it produces above all true and absolutely natural reverb effects.
1978
Lexicon 224
The lexicon 224 is a legendary studio reverb unit having featured on countless number one records around the world.
1978
AMS RMX 16
The RMX 16 digital reverberation system is totally electronic; the sound is completely unaffected by external vibrations or mechanical shocks. Unlike its mechanical counterpart the RMX 16 system does not require special installation.
1981
Sony DRE 2000
The Sony DRE 2000 creates high-quality reverb effects with a better signal-to-noise ratio, better frequency response and wider dynamic range.
1981
Ursa Major Space Station
The Ursa Major Space Station is an advanced signal processor using time delay techniques to transform a mono source into a new, stereo, output signal.
1981
Quantec Room Simulator
The QUANTEC Room-Simulator - a computer technology based system for the generation of acoustical effects simulating variable sized rooms.
1982
Eventide Model SP 2016
The Eventide SP 2016 Effects Processor Reverb is something special in the way of studio gear. If you've never worked with one before, your ears are in for some very pleasant surprises.
1982
Yamaha REV1
The Yamaha Rev1 is a highly refined system offering superb performance and is well suited for use in recording studios, broadcasting, and for sound reinforcement.
1983
Lexicon Model 200
The Lexicon Model 200 Digital Reverberator is an economical, general purpose digital reverberation device.
1984
Lexicon PCM 60
The Lexicon PCM 60 Digital Reverberator is a high-performance, low-cost digital reverb designed to be used with a wide range of instruments, stage equipment, and mixers.
1984
Yamaha REV7
The Yamaha REV7 Professional Digital Reverberator, is a state-of-the-art sound processing device that is both extremely versatile and easy to operate.
1985
Lexicon 224X
The Lexicon 224X Digital Reverberator provides high-quality simulation of the acoustics of a variety of architectural spaces and a wide variety of special effects.
1985
Roland SRV-2000
The Roland SRV-2000 uses 16 bit converters and 28 bit parallel arithmetic, allowing dynamic range of 90dB and total harmonic distortion of under 0.03%.
1985
Lexicon PCM 70
The Lexicon PCM 70 Digital Effects Processor gives you access to the same astonishing digital effects used by the world’s top artists and studios.
1985
Ibanez SDR-1000+
The Ibanez SDR 1000 Stereo Digital Reverb (Based on Sony MU-R201) re-defines digitally-simulated reverberation with true stereo operation, 16-bit digital processing for crystal-clear reverberation.
1985
Sony MU-R201
All circuits from the input to the output stage are equipped for stereo processing. The key device of the MU-R201 is a newly developed 2-channel audio processing LSI, which creates stereo effects not possible with two monophonic reverberators.
1986
Klark Teknik DN 780
The Klark Teknik DN 780 digital Reverberator/Processor is not simply a reverbezation device. The DN 780 gives the user a unique and flexible means of producing realistic acoustic simulations for environments of all types and sizes.
1986
AKG ADR-68K
The AKG ADR 68K is a multifaceted digital audio processor. Although it produces superb reverberation, it is far more than just another digital reverb. It produces a wide range of useful time-based effects.
1986
Yamaha REV5
The REV 5 is a highly sophisticated digital reverberation and effects system which offers warm, accurate simulations of natural and plate reverberation, extensive control, and basically superior sound quality.
1987
Korg DVR 3000
The Korg DRV-3000 is designed and constructed to professional specifications, and incorporates sophisticated state-of-the-art LSI technology to create a wide variety of superb effects.
1987
Korg DRV-2000
The Korg DRV-2000 Digital Reverb is a creative digital reverb that responds like a musical instrument- because it responds to the way you play. The Korg DRV-2000. Much more than a professional 24-bit digital reverberation unit.
1987
Alesis Microverb
The Alesis Microverb represents a clear breakthrough in signal processing technology, utilising the Alesis R.I.S.C (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) architecture, the Alesis Microverb provides clean quiet: professional digital reverberation with the cost and simplicity of spring units.
1988
Lexicon 480L
The 480L is engineered for the emerging all - digital production environment. Digital audio places strict requirements on every link in the signal chain, and the 480L meets those requirements.
1988
Alesis Quadraverb
The Alesis QuadraVerb is a full 20K bandwidth, stereo effects unit allows up to 4 of the most popular digital effects (Reverb, Delay, Pitch Change, and EQ) to be used simultaneously.
1988
Alesis Midiverb II
The Alesis Midiverb II is a full stereo professional quality multiple effects device that doesn't require a professional to operate. The great variety of sounds heard in modern music production have been captured in Midiverb II for instant recall through either manual control or MIDI command.
1988
Alesis Microverb II
1986 This Image was created by and is the Copyright of Vintage Digital Main Description Applications How to use Alesis Microverb II in your Studio Main Description The Alesis Microverb II represents a clear breakthrough in signal processing technology. Utilizing the Alesis R.I.S.C. (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) architecture, the Alesis Microverb II provides clean, quiet, […]
1989
Roland R-880
The Roland R-880 Digital Reverb and GC-8 Graphic Controlier are the first in a new generation of signal-processing devices for the professional recording, production, and post-production studio.
1989
Dynacord DRP-20
The Dynacord DRP 20 is really two channels constructed. with stereophonic inputs and stereophonic outputs. They allow him as a true stereo device (stereo in stereo), as a transformer balanced two-channel device (2x mono to mono) or as a normal Stereo device to use (mono in stereo).
1989
Dynacord DRP-15
The Dynacord DRP-15 provides numerous varying effects in 100 pre-set programs and 126 freely programmable memory locations.
1990
Alesis Midiverb III
The Alesis Midiverb III is a high quality multi-effects unit which features up to 4 simultaneous effects (Delay, Reverb, Chorus, EQ) at a full 15KHz bandwidth and with 16 bit resolution.
1990
Sony DPS-R7
The DPS-R7 is a digital reverberator equipped entirely with Sony's digital and audio technology at its highest level of sophistication which was released before with the Digital Reverberator, DHE-2000 and MU-R201 and achieved much appraisal.
1991
Roland SRV-330
The effects produced by Roland SRV-330 can rival those of much costlier devices. This is because the Roland SRV-330 uses 16-bit, 44.1kHz digital processing, and was designed as a result of painstaking efforts.
1993
Lexicon PCM 80
The Lexicon PCM 80 brings you exciting new effects with extensive processing and control capabilities, and uncompromising sonic clarity. The Lexicon PCM 80 contains a built-in library of 200 preset programs that provide a comprehensive array of effects ranging from beautiful and lush to completely wild.
1995
Yamaha ProR3
The Yamaha ProR3 marks a new era in Yamaha’s reverberation technology. Third-generation Yamaha digital signal processors (DSP) with 32 bit digital signal processing and high-performance 20 bit linear A/D and D/A converters.
1995
Alesis Midiverb 4
The Alesis MidiVerb 4 is the perfect effects processor for professional project studios and musicians who require an affordable solution for fully-programmable, high-fidelity effects.
1995
Lexicon PCM 90
The Lexicon PCM 90 gives you Lexicon's renowned high-end reverb effects with a powerful new interface that provides easy access to superbly crafted presets as well as a wealth of programming capabilities for the sound designer.
1996
Quantec 2402F Yardstick
The Quantec 2402/F Yardstick Digital Reverb is based on the algorithms from the original Quantec Room Simulator released back in 1982.
1997
Lexicon 300
The 300 not only contains the finest sounds, as you've come to expect from Lexicon, it incorporates new functions that satisfy the needs of today's audio production.
1997
Lexicon PCM 91
The Lexicon PCM 91 gives you Lexicon's renowned high-end reverb effects with a powerful new interface that provides easy access to superbly crafted presets as well as a wealth of programming capabilities for the sound designer.
1997
Lexicon 300L
The Lexicon 300L not only contains the finest sounds, as you've come to expect from Lexicon, it incorporates new functions that satisfy the needs of today's audio production.
1997
TC Electronic M3000
The TC Electronic M3000 enables you to add the softest and cleanest ambience to your work that you have ever heard.
1998
Sony DRE-777
The Sony DRE-S777 Sampling Digital Reverb employs a newly developed DSP (Digital Signal Processor) which allows Real Impulse Response processing. It performs high speed, real-time processing, and provides natural reverberations based on actual acoustic spaces such as concert halls.
1999
Roland SRV-3030
This unit represents a culmination of our efforts toward refining the core performance capabilities of a dedicated reverb unit. With 24-bit AD/DA converter and 24-bit digital input/output, the Roland SRV-3030 provides high-quality digital reverb and multi-effects.
1999
Lexicon 960L
Lexicon introduces a new generation of digital audio signal processing technology with the new 960L Multi-Channel Digital Effects System.
2000
Yamaha SREV1
Unlike conventional digital reverberators, which synthesize reverberation using contrived signal-processing algorithms, the new Yamaha SRev1 Sampling Reverberator from Yamaha employs digital convolution processing to impose an acoustic “fingerprint” of a previously measured environment onto any audio signal.
2000
Yamaha SPX2000
The heart of the Yamaha SPX2000 hardware is a 96-kHz DSP LSI with 32-bit internal processing (58-bit accumulator) that delivers plenty of processing power for the unit's advanced effect algorithms.
2003
Eventide Reverb 2016
The Reverb 2016 is built for reverb, it's not a multi-effects box. It was designed from the perspective that reverb is used almost always and warrants a dedicated box with an optimal user interface.
2003
TC Electronic Reverb 4000
Reverb 4000 is a single-engine stereo version of Reverb 6000, featuring the best reverbs and presets from Reverb 6000 and M5000 as well as emulations of numerous immortal classics.
2003
Lexicon PCM96
An artful blend of heritage and innovation, the PCM96 Stereo Reverb/Effects Processor delivers 28 new and legendary Lexicon reverbs, delays and modulation effects straight into your DAW.
2007
Bricasti Design M7
The Bricasti Design M7 provides the highest level of musicality and ease of control imaginable in a processor dedicated to the task of reverberation.
2007
Quantec 2492 Yardstick
The Yardstick 249x series of room simulators are high-quality, digital sound processing devices based on the original 1982 QRS Room Simulation algorithm.
2008
Alesis Microverb4
The MicroVerb4 is designed to provide a wide variety of great-sounding, easy-to-use effects for small studios, engineers and performing musicians.
2008
Lexicon PCM92
Building on the legendary design of the venerable PCM81 and PCM91, and the breakthrough technology of the PCM96, the PCM92 represents the most advanced reverb and effects processor in its class.
2009
AMS RMX16
The RMX16 500 series uses premium quality, high-performance 32-bit DSP processing and 24-bit, 48KHz sampling with premium A/D and D/A converters that achieve over 100dB dynamic range with +22dBu of headroom.
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