Best Service is getting into the reverb game with a fantastic collection of meticulously sampled impulse responses from thirteen well-known vintage, and digital hardware reverb units we’ve come to know and love over the years. Recorded in true stereo, at 32 bit 96 k resolution, the quality of the Halls of Fame 3 impulse responses is hard to beat. But rather than just passively playing back these quality impulse responses, the interface gives us control over damping and trimming the IR’s as well as the ability to add pre-delay, offset the attack and release times, and more.
In this video, I’m going to take two different instances of Halls of Fame, run serially on a return bus, to create an interesting and unique vocal reverb. By trimming the start and end points, combining two different IR’s is a fun and creative way to create a unique vocal reverb space. Add in some program dependent damping, pre-delay, attack, and release, and you can really tailor the sound to create something special.
Best Service also offers a free version of Halls of Fame3, which is absolutely worth checking out. It contains a sampling of some of the presets from each of the thirteen hardware reverbs offered in the Complete Edition.