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Overview

The SPL De-Verb Plus Microplug delivers part of the same magical envelope shaping provided by the original Transient Designer hardware, replicating the attenuation provided by the Sustain knob that shortens the decay of your sounds. It uses the same processing technique, known as Differential Envelope Technology, which revolutionized dynamic processing with its level-independent methodology.

With just one knob that allows the decay of a sound to be reduced or even eliminated, De-Verb Plus also sports a soft peak limiter and a dry/wet control, allowing total flexibility across a wide range of content and a worry-free workflow in the digital world. And with over a decade of hardware modeling experience, Brainworx has impregnated the De-Verb Plus with a core algorithm that matches the behavior of the original Transient Designer unit closer than ever before.

Working with the De-Verb Plus is disarmingly simple: All reverb events can be reduced – regardless of their signal level. This translates to endless possibilities for studio and live applications! Decay curves of any sound event can be reduced very simply, with just the turn of a single knob. The De-Verb Plus also offers an output gain control that allows compensation for level changes after processing the signal. This, combined with the onboard peak limiter and dry/wet control, ensure a simple and safe adjustment of levels while avoiding internal clipping and shaping the decay characteristics of your sound.

Shorten the sustain period of a snare in a very musical way. Reduce tom tom ring without physically damping them. Adjust the apparent “distance” of the microphone by simply varying the Reverb Reduction value. A perfect alternative to noise gates! With the De-Verb Plus Microplug, the decay period is shortened more musically compared to fixed release times – within seconds a drum set is significantly freed from unwanted room info.

The Analog Code

“You have cracked the analog code!” That was the response from a hardware developer during listening tests of SPL’s plugin technology. The phrase quickly became associated with SPL to such a degree that the company decided it was the perfect name for their digital product line. And thus, SPL’s Analog Code brand was born.

SPL hardware products can be found in the world’s most renowned facilities, and have become a staple for audio professionals ranging from home studio owners to top mastering engineers. With the growth of computer based audio systems, the need for the SPL sound in the form of a plugin has also grown. With Analog Code plugins, that coveted SPL sound can now be right inside your DAW.

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Features

  • Same great reverb and sustain reduction taken from the Sustain knob of the SPL Transient Designer Plus
  • Built-in peak limiter with Gain Reduction meter
  • Dry/Wet mix
  • Plugin Toolbar with Undo / Redo, A/B/C/D banks and reset function
  • New and improved user interface and core modeling algorithm

Audio Examples

Industry Reviews

  • TMS
    TMS

    Loving the updated SPL plugins. I’ve always run them in parallel so to have the wet/dry knob is a godsend. The peak limiter is also a welcomed extra, especially on the Attacker Plus. You can… Read More

  • Stonebridge
    Stonebridge

    Love the SPL plugs and have used the Mo-Verb and De-Verb on pretty much all remixes where I get a wet stem to either crank or decrease the wet, with the most awesome result! Just when you thought… Read More

  • Michael Zimmerling
    Michael Zimmerling

    It comes as a pleasant surprise to see that Plugin Alliance has updated these wonderful SPL Micro Plugins to a ‘Plus’ version. They look more appealing with a new limiter, dry/wet function,… Read More

  • Josh Newell
    Josh Newell

    The SPL De-Verb Plus is my go-to for taking bad room sounds out of vocal tracks. It's also great for tightening up drum tracks, particularly if you're making loops out of live kits.

  • Lee Slater
    Lee Slater

    Such a useful little plug for removing ambience from badly recorded vocals. Its uses range from tightening up drum overheads to almost gating effects. This has been a real life saver.

Customer Reviews

  • ★★★★☆
    DeVerb Plus
    by Michael Benner
    DeVerb Plus is a great plugin for removing or modifying added reverb. Unfortunately, it seems not to work well on the reflected echoes caused by recording in a large room. Still, very happy to have… Read More
  • ★★★☆☆
    Handy tool
    by Anil nc
    It worked for me to some extent. But not much difference compared to the previous version
  • ★★★☆☆
    De-Verb Plus Review
    by Boyd
    I have used this plug-in with Logic Pro X and Final Cut Pro X and it made a definite improvement in some video that was shot in a large room using only the on-camera mic. Don't expect any miracles,… Read More
  • ★★★★★
    Very handy!
    by baniza
    Very handy tool. Helps remove unwanted reverb from most files. Usually does a great job!
  • ★★★★★
    SPL De-Verb
    by muso67
    Great plugin when you need it. It really saved my butt to get rid of unwanted ambience of audio tracks when you have no other choice. I was amazed at how well it worked. Great Job guys!

Specification

Supported Plugin Formats
AAX DSP, AAX Native, AU, AAX AudioSuite, VST2, VST3

Supported Operating Systems
Mac OS X 10.8 through 10.13
Windows 7 through 10
Pro Tools 10.3.10 or higher or any VST/VST3/AU-compatible host running on a supported operating system

Mac
Intel CPU only (minimum 2 GHz recommended)

PC
Intel-compatible CPU with SSE2 instruction set (Pentium 4 compatible or higher; minimum 2 GHz recommended)

System Requirements
Display resolution: 1440 × 900px or 1280 × 960px or higher
Memory: 2 GB RAM

Downloads

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