- "True-stereo" reverberation
- Voice streaming reverb plugin
- Naturally-sounding reverb
- Vocal/Guitar/Synth/Drum/Mix reverb
- Bass-guitar re-cabineting
Sobor is a stereo reverberation effect AU, AAX, and VST plugin for professional music production applications. This reverb plugin provides a wide palette of reverb spaces while requiring only a minimal effort to obtain useful results. The tails created by this reverb are very dense and produce a well-defined spatialization. Since the reverb uses a kind of “true-stereo” algorithm the panned sounds receive a good stereo field placement. We believe Sobor provides one of the lushest and widest reverb tails available on the market.
Beside producing a shining reverb sound at medium and larger space settings, Sobor is equally great-sounding at ultra-small space settings, going as far as being able to imitate guitar cabinet sound at 100% wet setting. Sobor can even be used to “re-cabinet” a bass-guitar sound yielding very natural results.
The early reflections placement and reverb levels are chosen automatically based on a pre-defined model that depends on the “Size” and “Ambience” parameters. Additionally, the user may specify the “Pre-Delay” and “Stereo width” parameters. Sobor is technically based on Feedback Delay Networks (FDNs) with the Hadamard matrix, and uses self-modulation techniques.
Sobor is great on any sound sources: vocals, synths, drums, mixes. This reverb is a relatively CPU-demanding effect (it takes 7.5% of a single core of i7-7700K processor, at 44100 sample rate), for comfortable use it requires a higher-end processor.