The balance between direct sound and reverb is important for the acoustic quality of audio recordings. DeVerberate is a plugin that can weaken or enhance the reverb that is already present in the recorded material. An innovative real-time algorithm copes well with both mono and stereo recordings, dividing the input signal into direct and reflected sound, which can then be freely reconnected. The process itself can be observed on the built-in spectral analyzer.
The main innovation compared to the previous version of the plugin is an early reflection filter, which allows you to manipulate the echo located at a distance of 20 – 30 ms from the direct signal. It is these reflections that affect the timbre and color of the audio recording, and, in the case of an unsuccessful combination of factors, can greatly ruin the sound. This is especially true of recordings made in small rooms.
• Improving the sound of dialogs and recordings made in non-studio environments.
• Improved speech intelligibility (for example, for forensic tasks).
• Suppresses or enhances reverb in recordings.
• Changes in the perceived distance of sources in a mix.