TC Electronic Reverb 4000 Reviews4.5/5.0 based on 3 customer reviews
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April 28, 2007Music Background:
Recording Studio, Recording Engineer
Reverb 4000All I have to say this is the best reverb unit in its range from $2500 to $3000. I had the M3000 at first then I recently upgrade to Reverb 4000, I'm very happy with it, sound clarity, detail and full. The best thing is the unit has packed with all algorithm from TC M5000 and Reverb 6000, the true vintage reverb emulations. You can change your sound with TC icon software by 1 click of the computer mouse. EMT250 sound is way beyon anyone expectation. I love it.
from Bay Area, CA USA
September 17, 2006Music Background:
More Depth Than Can Fit In Two SpeakersI was very excited about getting this in the mail. The first instrument I used it on some were some horns and my eyes just lit up with amazement. The sound this produces is huge and realistic. It will give any instrument you put it on its own place in you mix by adding its depth utilizing its flexability.
The software that comes with it is also very useful and very easy to use. Every parameter can be adjusted to your liking and it also has a card you can buy to save more presets if needed.
The only reason I didn’t give it a full 5 stars is that I, like most mixing engineers, like to use an array of different reverbs to give different dimension to my mixes. For the price its sold at its definitely isn’t the home studio reverb, but you get every red cent you spend and then some with this effect.
Its one of those pieces you buy that once you have it, you don’t know what you did without it before and don’t know what you would do without it later. It’s the FIRST reverb I use in almost every mix. It has never failed me and I doubt it ever will.
July 9, 2007Music Background:
music for picture
Fantastic BUT!....This really is a stellar box and if all you've heard are convolution and plug-in reverbs, you'll be startled at the sound.
However, it is advertised (here and by TC themselves) as a 96KHz true stereo reverb - and it is not. At 96KHz the stereo inputs are summed to mono on input; true stereo only works at 48 (or 44.1) KHz. This is an important distinction, as the true stereo sound is what you buy an expensive box like this for...that TC and retailers are mum on this is a shame.