Au­dior­ity XenoVerb

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Out­wardly, this is the plainest re­verb on the page – but you should never judge a plug by its cover. XenoVerb (€50) sports 10 al­go­rithms: Room, Hall, Plate 1/2 and Springy should be self-ex­plana­tory. From there, things di­verge from the norm. Glass (FDN) is a “mod­ern highly dif­fu­sive and trans­par­ent re­verb”, while Flow is a “cre­ative re­verb based on 90s hard­ware pro­ces­sors.” Shim­mer fea­tures pitchshifted feed­back for an “evolv­ing har­mon­is­ing sound­scape”, while Bode does like­wise with fre­quency shift­ing, for “metal­lic res­o­nances and drones”. Fi­nally, For­mant slaps a for­mant fil­ter be­fore the re­verb.

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