Griesinger Reverb v2.2

January 6th, 2003

Creates a stereo reverb in the style of Griesinger as detailed in Jon Dattorro’s September 1997 AES article. ¬†The algorithm is similar to those found in the classic Lexicon reverb units and delivers a nice de-correlated stereo images. ¬†Available in vst classic and vst carbonized versions for use in OS 9 and OS X respectively.

4 Responses to “Griesinger Reverb v2.2”

  1. I’m putting together a violin EFX system and your reverb looks like a good choice. Thanks, Bruce

  2. Thanks Bruce. I have had others use it in this way. Let me know if you have any questions or run into problems.

  3. Any insight on why this crashes Max5 instantly when loading in the vst~ object?

  4. Not really sure. This is the first I have heard anything like this. Might be because it was never compiled for IntelMacs. There is a Max object implementation that can be found here:

    http://www.lowkeydigitalstudio.com/2006/11/gverb-object-v0/

    It has fewer parameters to control, but it has the same algorithm under the hood. Would that meet your needs?

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