The Lexicon PCM Reverb is one of my favorite reverbs I use when mixing. I tend to lean on the vintage plate and chambers. This is a fantastic plug to add to your toolkit.
Absolutely love this plug in !! Dial in a little and it changes my room sound to a professional audio result ! It is by far the best verb I have and use it on main mix and drum rm so far. Every day is a new adventure with this awesome tool!!
Best algorithmic plug-in reverb
I tried many reverb plug-ins and this one really got my attention, it adds a sense of 3Dness to the sound, that I did not find on the other ones I tried. For sure a professional reverb, totally worth the price.
It's Lexicon in a Plug-in, All you need to know.
Lexicon is the alpha and omega of reverb. If you're serious this is a must have.
This plugin suite beats hardware reverbs, extremely clean, well worth the price. Thanks:-)
Best Plugin Reverbs Period
Been a Lexicon fan for years. Used to own a PCM91. While all rhe algirithms are great you particularly wont find better room verbs for vocals. This package is a must-have.
BEST Reverb plug-in
Best reverb plug in on the market.
I Should Have Bought the PCM Reverb Sooner
The headline here is that this is the best software reverb I own, or have ever heard and used. I have one of about every software reverb, and some are very good. This Lexicon is better. Period. I also own and use the Lexicon 960D digital reverb system (w/ LARC) running at 96k and hard wired into my Pro Tools HDX system (running digital, no A/D or D/A). It has been awesome for over a decade and until I moved to a newer Mac tower, it was great for relieving my computer processor from worrying about reverb (which is process intensive). For its time, the 960 was the best reverb money could buy. That the 960 is still loved and used, 10 years later, is a tribute to its quality. But with newer computers with far more processing power, these PCM Native Reverbs are not only possible, but make a lot of sense. I wanted to believe that a dedicated hardware reverb should sound better, but the PCM Native Reverb sounds great, the GUI is far better, and it is easier to use. The presets are a great starting point and I rarely need to tweak things too much to get the sound I want (if I need to change too much, I probably selected the wrong reverb preset to start). The ability to change settings and alter the technical settings may be deeper with the 960 hardware unit, but the learning curve is steep and the cost of using the 960 is large, and hard to justify. The 960's LARC is very cool, and that has value and impresses clients, but again, even a used 10 year old 960 is 10-15 times the cost of the PCM software at list price. So, I am not sure how you can not own this Reverb software. It is the best.
Haven't heard Altiverb but compared to other plug-ins out there definitely top-of-the-line!
As always Sweetwater is great to work with!