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Voxengo Sobor v3.2-TCD screenshot
TCD | 05 March 2023 | 5 MB
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, guitars, synths, drums, mixes. This reverb is a relatively CPU-demanding effect: for comfortable use it requires a higher-end processor.

Applications

•Natural sounding reverb
•"True-stereo" reverberation
•Voice streaming reverb plugin
•Vocal/Guitar/Synth/Drum/Mix reverb
•Bass-guitar re-cabineting


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  Banned 9.09.2021 2 143
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Thanks to TCD
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  Resident 22.10.2021 2 477
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Wow, this was a very good reverb!!

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  Member 17.12.2020 57
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VST2 on Windows 10 didn't work at all for me (no reverb sound). Went back to V.R. version 3.1 and all is well. Hopefully V.R. will provide an update to 3.2.
  Resident 22.10.2021 2 477
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Why not install the VST3 in the meanwhile, I mean if a fix is coming or something? It works on my machines.
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  Member 17.12.2020 57
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Two of the hosts I use (Peavey ReValver & Nomad Factory Magma) only load VST2; so I avoid VST3 when possible.
  Resident 2.06.2014 12 254
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This reverb is a relatively CPU-demanding effect


Indeed, this is a CPU hog. It eats up more CPU than Valhalla or LiquidSonics.
But it reverbs nice.
  Resident 28.12.2016 376
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What type of CPU does your system run? In no way I could describe it as a CPU-hog...
  Resident 28.12.2016 376
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Nice reverb, though it causes a MIDI and total crash eventually in FLStudio20.9Win10
  Resident 29.11.2020 29 2637
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CPU usage wise, almost 90% the same compared to Kush Goldplate. So it is in that CPU Hog territory IMO.

Just to get things straight, people been like "what CPU are you using ?" "It doesn't tickle my CPU" etc etc, remember that there are 2 general type of people here:

1. working with near to no latency, with down to 64 buffer size for production because it includes real-time tracking, Virtual Instruments and all.
2. mixer/mastering guy that works with higher buffer size because latency doesn't really matter.

those that having CPU trouble are mostly the type 1, doesn't make the plugin good or bad, it only means it is close to unusable in that environment. Modern day producers works with laptop for the mobility reason and to compare it with your static mainframe supercomputer desktop is just ridiculous.

One will pick what works for them, and developer should think ahead and make the options available for all. A good plugin these days should have processing options for the user to choose so it will work in both situation though.

This plugin however, the dev mentioned about the CPU usage and probably was created with mixing/mastering in mind so they didn't expect the Type 1 people to use it.

Also, It is good sounding reverb IMO.
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  Resident 28.12.2016 376
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10% CPU usage isn't in Hog territory afaic, at least not when the quality is there, which is the case(in my opinion). Latency wise I agree.
  Resident 29.11.2020 29 2637
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for a algo reverb plugin 10% at small buffer size is kinda a lot don't you think, where other good algo reverbs range between 2-5% at most. It's a different story when it comes to convolution reverbs that are known for needing more CPU, they aren't really designed for production work anyway. Atleast that is how I look at it.
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  Member 4.11.2022 45
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yeah, 10% of any single plugin (especially something I'm going to be using multiple instances of like a reverb) is an insane amount in any context.
  Resident 1.07.2014 5 120
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10% is damn Hoggy mamen
  Resident 22.10.2021 2 477
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Works without any crash in my FL 21, Win10, using 9-10% in plugins performance monitor, as much as Spaced Out by BABY....Valhalla using 1% in FL21....and its not CPU, its - Audio buffer percentage. Total CPU for project is 4%
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  Member 12.01.2023 2 45
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