What Sets Seventh Heaven Plug-ins Apart From Other Reverbs?
- These are convolution reverbs that are, that LiquidSonics claim to be hardcore reproductions of popular reverbs found in the Bricasti M7
- LiquidSonics Fusion IR technology powers these reverb plug-in, we’ve heard this tech in other LiquidSonics products such as Reverberate 2 and Slates Digital’s Verbsuite Classics - both great sounding reverbs.
- A new modern GUI design that looks amazing and is easy to use. This GUI design is definitely a significant leap forward compared to previous LiquidSonics plug-ins
For the full list of features please visit the LiquidSonics website.
One thing to note, these plug-ins require a substantial chunk of hard drive space. These are convolution reverbs, so much like sample libraries don’t be surprised when you see several gigabytes hitting your download folder.
Final Thoughts On Seventh Heaven
I’m not a big convolution reverb user as I find they can be a little rigid and uninspiring to use – that’s just me. These plug-ins though don’t feel like convolution reverbs, the response of the controls feel really snappy and I really like the way the reverb tails drift and develop – it’s really nice
I find that I prefer the "lite" version – Seventh Heaven, not Professional as the lite version is cheaper and much more straight forward and focused as a quick creative reverb tool - don’t get me wrong the Professional version is equally as great but I’m not a Bricasti M7 enthusiast – if you are then the Seventh Heaven Professional is well worth checking out.
For more information and to download the 14-day free trial please visit the LiquidSonics website
- Seventh Heaven Professional: *Intro pricing £199 (Regular £249)
- Seventh Heaven: *Intro pricing £49 (Regular £59)
- Seventh Heaven Bundle: *Intro pricing £225 (Regular £308)
*Intro pricing ends very soon