Introducing the Relab Reverb Suite, recreating two of the most influential reverbs of all time
Reverb is probably one of the most important effects in the world of professional mixing.
Making your mix sound professional is one of the biggest challenges facing new and aspiring mixers.
Everybody knows a top quality mix when they hear it, but it’s difficult (particularly for beginners) to know exactly what separates the best mixes from all the rest.
So, what’s the secret ingredient that makes professional mixes sound so special?
The Answer Is Reverb...
Reverb appears in almost every professional studio, and recording environment.
The reason it’s so commonly used, is because of how incredibly powerful it is.
With the reverb effect you can take a dead sounding mix and bring it completely to life.
It’s the go-to effect for professional mixers and when you know how to use it, the difference it can make to a mix is absolutely incredible…
But Not All Reverbs Are Created Equal…
Professional engineers have long known how important reverb can be to creating an incredible sounding mix.
But the wrong reverb can very easily overwhelm your mix, and just end up drowning out the song you were just trying to enhance in the first place.
How do you choose the right Reverb?
Two of the best reverbs in history are the Lexicon 480L and the TC Electronic 6000.
These have been considered industry standard for a very long time and are used by professional recording studios all over the world.
If you want your music to sound as good as it possibly can, then you’ll want to be using one of these two.
There’s just one problem...
Neither of them is exactly cheap.
Right now, on the second hand market, either one of these could easily set you back upwards of $4,000 US.
Unless you’re topping the charts, that’s probably a bit outside your budget for a single effect.
For a long time, this was a huge problem for amateur musicians. There was simply no way they could spend time using a reverb of this kind of quality.
They just couldn’t afford it.
The engineers at Relab Development knew there was a problem. They realized that many engineers simply never got to use these high-end reverbs because of the cost.
So, they set about to create a solution...
And they understood that if they could develop accurate plug-in models of these world-class reverbs, then they could make their legendary sound accessible to everyone - at an affordable price.
Introducing the Relab Reverb Suite
The Relab Essential Reverb Suite provides both the professional and home studio with the ultimate “Main Reverb” suite of reverb effects.
This unique plug-in bundle contains an amazing palette of simulated rooms from natural sounding spaces to emulations of vintage reverbs and classic plates giving you access to the same sounds that have been used on countless productions for years.
It’s the perfect companion to anyone’s plug-in collection.
The Relab Reverb Suite features plug-ins modelled after two legendary reverbs:
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What People Are Saying About the Relab Reverb Bundle
“Love it… It’s actually replaced our Lexicon 480L hardware”
— Tom Elmhirst [Grammy award winning engineer - Adele, Amy Winehouse]
“(the VSR S24) sounds incredible. It’s capable of just stunning rooms, chambers, churches, and halls in particular”
“When recreating some classic mixes in stem form, having the original recall sheets from the 80’s and 90’s detailing the original hardware 480L parameters, I was able to dial them into the LX480 and BOOM! There it was…Fantastic!”
— Joshua J. Macrae [Engineer/ Producer - Queen, Roger Taylor, Bob Geldof]
“If you’re looking for incredibly lifelike and gorgeous sounding room and halls, this (VSR S24) should be at the top of your list.”
Introducing the Relab Reverb Suite
Recreating two of the most influential reverbs of all time, available now starting at $7.99 a month
*Over our regular month to month plan
**Lexicon, 480L Digital Effects System and 480L are trademarks of Lexicon Inc. *TC Electronic, System 6000 and VSS6.1 are trademarks of TC Electronic and are in no way associated or affiliated with Relab Development. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose sounds were studied during the development of the plugin.