The best sounding, most customizable
reverbs ever made, now in your DAW.

A great sounding reverb is one of the most important effects you’ll need in your software studio, but there are so many choices out there, which one will be right for you?

We may be developers, but we’re producers too, and we understand what you need in a reverb. That’s why we recreated 2 of the most iconic hardware reverbs, and reimagined them as software effects. We also supercharged them with contemporary features, and added one of our own, totally original designs into the mix, too.

Now, you can mix with creativity and confidence.

3 Reverbs You’ll Actually Use

Rev SPRING-636

Modelled on the legendary Grampian spring tank, complete with ultra-crunchy germanium preamp.

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Rev PLATE-140

A sublime, incredible usable plate reverb based on EMT’s titanic original, infused with modern features.

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A cinematic, algorithmic reverb with synth-style features and huge modulation potential.

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Thanks to our critically acclaimed work bringing legendary synths back as software instruments, we’ve been able to turn our TAE® and Phi® modelling technologies to studio gear and instrument effects. This is what makes Arturia’s reverbs sound so fantastic.

“A reverb’s a reverb, why do I need 3?”

We like your style, let’s explain. Reverb effects can be made in lots of different ways, and they sound very different too.

Spring reverbs have a really animated, zingy, sound that is very identifiable and desirable. We physically modelled every part of the spring, its tank, and we circuit-modelled the electronics to bring it to life in your DAW. Plate reverbs excite a big metal sheet, creating a lush, resonant sound. We used our tech in the same way so you can enjoy the sound of these heavy studio giants from the comfort of your computer. Finally, our unique algorithmic Rev INTENSITY is a super-modern reverb that lets you get creative with sound design within the plugin itself.

Enough talk, let’s listen:

Rev SPRING-636 Demos

If you push it hard, the recreated germanium preamp can add some of the filthiest, fuzziest distortion you’ve ever heard.
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There’s something so real and physical about the sound of a spring reverb, it really brings your signal to life.
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Rev PLATE-140 Demos

Add some subtle, or not-so-subtle chorus modulation to your reverb within the plugin itself to create really interesting effects.
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Hear the plate in action, and understand why it has been the go-to choice for adding space and air to vocals.
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The algorithmic reverb has a huge, cosmic sound with intuitive controls to shape its sound. Hear it in action.
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Create a snapshot of your reverb with the touch of a button, perfect for making creative, ambient soundscapes.
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These are just a few demonstrations of what you’ll be able to achieve with 3 Reverbs You’ll Actually Use. Each effect comes with many different presets to give you inspiration, and are simple and fun to use.

The complete package

In our search for the most influential reverbs, we analyzed many pedals, rack units, and quirky hardware units to find the effects that you’ll want to use again and again.

We found out what makes them tick, and developed new techniques to recreate the resonant plate and the zingy spring as accurately as possible. We invented a powerful new reverb algorithm to let you experience ultra-modern reverb in Rev INTENSITY without sacrificing your CPU.

The resulting plug-ins are simple to use, inspiring to experiment with, and sound absolutely amazing.

Interested in our modelling technology, and the process involved in bringing back classic hardware as software? Find out more about TAE® and Phi® here.

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Tips & Tricks

No matter how powerful an effect is, if you don’t know how to use the settings, you won’t get the best out of it. Arturia to the rescue!

The presets found within each of the reverbs in this pack give you on-screen tips. This lets you quickly understand which parameters to change to achieve the effect you want. The presets also include tips from the sound designers, and highlighted parameters to achieve the effect they suggest.

Modern Tweaks

Recreating hardware gear as software lets us unleash its true potential, unrestricted by hardware constraints.

The reverbs in this collection let you easily experiment with things that would have been impossible on the original units. Hot-swapping reverb plates that weighed more than a person, changing spring tanks on the fly without killing the decay, and modulating practically every parameter!

Arturia Software Center

ASC is the central software that elegantly manages all your Arturia software licenses. It activates your licenses and synchronizes them across multiple devices (you get five instances with each instrument license). ASC also notifies you of updates and downloads them. You can even easily learn about new products, download demos versions and purchase the full products. Simple.

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TAE® and Phi® Powered

To create its sound, this software title uses both of Arturia's exclusive modelling technologies. TAE® is used to map out, analyse, and reproduce the nuanced behaviour of analog electronic components and circuits. Phi® is focused on physical modelling, reproducing a virtual version of the original instrument inside your computer, letting you hear its resonance and vibrations, rather than simply playing back sampled recordings. The benefit of all this technology is also two-fold: it sounds absolutely amazing, and it gives you huge scope to tweak and personalize.

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Platform specifications

  • Windows: Win 7+ PC: 4 GB RAM; 2 GHz CPU.
    1GB free hard disk space
    OpenGL 2.0 compatible GPU
  • Apple: 10.10+: 4 GB RAM; 2 GHz CPU.
    1GB free hard disk space
    OpenGL 2.0 compatible GPU

Required configuration

VST 2.4 (64-bit), VST 3 (64-bit), AAX (64 bits with PT 11), Audio Unit (64-bit), NKS* (64-bit DAWs only).

VST 2.4


The software is protected by the Arturia Software Center. You can learn more about it here.

*NKS compatibility coming soon

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