Customer Reviews

  • This plugin is incredible!

    ★★★★★
    by Matt Zoa
    I'm astounded at how well this plugin works!
    My "home studio" room reverberates and flutter-echoes like crazy due to hardwood floors, no acoustic panels/foam on the walls, etc. So, needless to say, I've always had a ton of nasty room echo baked into my vocal tracks. Until now. With De-Verb Plus, I can simply turn up one knob and near-totally remove the baked in room echo, down to the point of what you would have in a pro studio with "controlled" reverb that has installed acoustic panels/diffusers/etc.
    I can now sit comfortably at my desk, and knock out track after track vocally (delivering my best takes) where before I was huddling over in the closet, running back and forth to the computer, and even building poorly constructed "blanket forts" for vocal booths!
    Back in the day, this used to be impossible to correct in post. What an age we are living in.
    Thank you SPL and Plugin Alliance for providing this amazing tool! I wouldn't think of ever having a vocal track without this plugin on it from here on out.
    I'm saving a ton of $ on acoustic treatment, and I get to keep all of my cool posters on the wall instead of covering them in foam/panels/etc.
    Can't recommend this highly enough if you are recording vocals @ home in a bad-sounding room. Get. This. Plugin. The End.
    Plugin Alliance response
    Thanks for the detailed review!
  • Yep, it works.

    ★★★★★
    by Fear of Fish Studios
    Had a pre recorded guitar track sent as the scratch track and we wanted to keep it. Needed to at least try it for the price. Pulled the room sound out is what was there without compromising too much tone. Was able to EQ back in what we lost. Worth it.
  • Impressive

    ★★★★★
    by Myles
    This one surprised me. I was expecting gating-artefacts at the end of an audio phrase, but De-Verb Plus does exactly what it advertises. It trims the tail depending on the threshold without any noticeable distortion.
  • De-Verb Plus

    ★★★★★
    by Border Rebel
    This handy & simple to operate plugin has helped me to restore tracks recorded on a field recorder in boxy-sounding rooms & it has let me remove cheap digital reverb from otherwise good recordings. If you’ve recorded a great performance in a less than ideal setting, it’s exactly what you need!
  • Spl deverb

    ★★★★★
    by Jahyute
    Great plugin for your home studio rig or any recording that you want to remove the room tone
  • De-Verb Pluse

    ★★★★★
    by Kevin Bomar
    What a great plug! This plug will dry up any ambient mess faster and neater than wiping up a big fluid spill with paper towels.. Just amazing how clean the final results are. Forget EQ's to deemphasize ambient room noise, get this plug and do no damage to the audio you worked so hard to print. Used it on voice, drums, acoustic guitars, violins, it even works to tame cabinet resonance on rock guitars. Use it to taylor, or crank it to BBQ for a sound as dry as a hot desert. It just flat works.
  • SPL DeVerbPlus

    ★★★★☆
    by devenyit
    I like the paralel bus option
  • Simple Problem-Solver

    ★★★★☆
    by RC in MN
    SPL De-Verb is a simple tool that works surprisingly well with only minimal knob twiddling. I've used it to attenuate distracting room resonance from a video recording of a presentation at a large venue where the presenter's lav picked up too much room tone. I was able to dial it back to just the right amount so it still sounded "live" while keeping the presenter's voice clearly in the foreground. I have other tools for this, but I use De-Verb the most, because it's fast, clean, and does what I need.
  • De-Verb Plus Review

    ★★★★☆
    by Frank S.
    This is a little gem for less-than-perfect recording environments. It does a nice job of pulling out the room tone without too much signal destruction. Though I was able to hear some compression and gating. A great first step in the processing chain.
  • Does a job

    ★★★★☆
    by Sjmixes.com
    No thrills. But when you need it it comes through pretty well.