Most reverbs are a dime a dozen. It’s not hard to make one sound really good and just leave it at that. But to make a reverb that sticks out takes so much more effort and versatility.
The D16 Group built Toraverb 2 in a way that I have never seen other reverbs. So many different styles that can use this reverb to improve their sound, and we’re going to show you why this is an underrated reverb.
How We Reviewed D16 Toraverb 2
With Toraverb 2, we wanted to look at how it applied to every circumstance you could need a reverb in. Just by listening to presets, you can see how many different settings this reverb works in.
We wanted everyone to see the main benefits to using a reverb such as Toraverb 2 and what made this so special.
This reverb is amazing at conforming to any style you need it to. It sounds phenomenal on acoustics, electronic, pop, whatever you try you can get a winning reverb sound from Toraverb.
Here we listed some of the key features that we feel sets the Toraverb 2 apart from other reverbs.
Toraverb offers editing capabilities for 2 different reflections on the same reverb, early reflections, and late reflections. This allows you to create a more realistic space for your music.
Coming up with new ideas for a reverb can be sped up by sorting through your presets. Toraverb 2 has some presets that I absolutely love the sound of. Just listen to some of the examples they have uploaded here.
Rather than having to add additional compressors to your reverb channel, Toraverb 2 has a built-in ducker than you can set up. This will save you time and CPU usage.
One of the biggest mistakes that newer producers do, is not eq-ing their reverb. With the Toraverb 2, you have 2 parametric EQ’s, one on each reflection engine.
All popular DAWs support Toraverb 2 and it would be a phenomenal addition to anyone’s plugin arsenal.
|Memory||4 GB RAM8 GB recommended||4 GB RAM8 GB recommended|
|Operating System||10.7 – 10.14||Windows 7, 8, 10|
The best deal you will get is by doing the rent to own option. Generally, this method does save you some money and allows you full access, for minimum payments. Compared to other reverbs of this level, the Toraverb 2 is priced perfectly.
Bonus & Extras
If you like to buy more than one plugin at a time, Toraverb 2 is available in 2 other packs from the D16 Group.
Those packs being the Total Bundle and the SilverLine Collection. Each of those costing $933.02 and $429.25 respectively.
The Final Outcome
D16 Group was aiming for a jack of all trades reverb that could become what you needed at any moment, and they hit the nail on the head with Toraverb 2.
They put so much time and effort into this one reverb that there is almost no need to even think of adding additional plugins to the reverb but when Toraverb is on it. Take some time to look more into Toraverb 2 with a free trial, and you will be as impressed as we are.
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