ReCoil gives you the authentic sound of real spring reverbs without the hassle, noise and limitations: Spring reverbs have always had a somewhat dubious reputation in the music world. They are untunable, noisy, physically fragile, and make clumsy sounds when you kick your guitar amp. But despite their shortcomings, one thing is certain: their distinctive ringing sound has cemented their place in history. Love them or hate them, spring reverbs instantly give any instrument an undeniably vintage sound.
What makes ReCoil special?
Customizability: What’s the point of having a plugin if you can’t customize it? ReCoil allows you to choose not only springs, but also the number of springs. Each spring model allows you to select from 1 to 3 springs.
Variety of springs:
We started out wanting to use a few reverbs, but got a little carried away and added slinks, door stops, random springs found in the bin, and anything else we could find that vaguely resembled a spring (I prefer the spring definition given by Arvin Ash).
Algorithmic or impulse:
What good is a reverb if you can’t adjust its parameters? ReCoil comes with algorithmic reverbs for maximum control and impulse reverbs for maximum realism. You decide what you need.
Spring reverbs are almost always mono, which is great, but it’s hard to beat a good wide stereo reverb. ReCoil lets you get a natural wide reverb sound from a spring reverb by panning each spring individually.
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