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DyVision Works Reverb Remover VST v1.0-ASSiGN screenshot
Team ASSiGN | 05 SEPTEMBER 2010 | 7.78 MB
DyVision Reverb Remover from DyVision Works is a VST effect for use in Windows DAW programs. It can remove reverb from an audio signal, and also has de-essing and background noise reduction capabilities. It is designed to be used as an insert effect on stereo audio signals.

DyVision Reverb Remover is NOT a gate or a transient shaper, but employs an entirely new approach to separate and remove reverb and leave you with a cleaner, 'dryer' signal.

Features:

• Remove the reverb from an audio signal.
• Ideal for treating audio recorded in a less-than-perfect acoustic environment (eg. an echoey project studio or when on location)
• Unique proprietary algorithms (this is NOT another gate or a transient shaper).
• Incredibly simple to get the results you want with intuitive and minimalist controls.
• As a side benefit, Dyvision Reverb Remover also helps to de-ess an audio signal and reduce ambient background noise levels.


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comments

  Resident 25.12.2017 2 669
+193
The demos makes this sound a though it could be useful, even though it seems to have a small spot in the upper-mid/upper range where it takes a small chunk out of the instruments along with the reverb; I could be off, as it only has three demos, and it could just be the settings that they have it on. I'll have to test this out to see what the score is.
Either way, thanks a lot for the heads-up on this one, PiRAT. As someone who digs breaks but isn't always into having to make the other instruments fit around a reverb-drenched break, this could be useful.
(Also? These guys have a "Scratcher," on their site. I haven't seen anyone brave enough to try and tackle emulating turnablism in a while. I'm not poppin' shit, I just have never heard one that comes anywhere close to the real thing, but it could be cool. )
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  Member 22.12.2018 61
+13
At first glance it does its job well. But a better test is to give it two passes in a row, and then you can see much better the trade-offs. And the most apparent trade off is an unbearable pumping of transients. You can turn down the 'Remove' control, but very soon you lose the most of your reverb removal.
  Member 11.04.2014 22
0
In conjunction with RX's DeReverb, this one works great.
  Resident 16.01.2014 -1 756
+148
This line in their description may be key to getting it to work well:

It is designed to be used as an insert effect on stereo audio signals.

I think they mean that we should have the effect on, AS we record, not try to remove the reverb on recordings with reverb. I have always tried these kinds of products on recordings, with so-so results, actually not good enough. But the reason may be, as I've said, that we should be using it during recording, not after. I have not done tests to comment on the difference.
When I get this one, I'll be able to create something
  Resident 4.02.2012 501
+140
I'd rather do it in post, as the "effect" is the same either way. Using it while tracking will introduce latency.

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