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.