AKG® BX 20 Spring Reverb
AKG BX 20 Spring Reverb
IF YOU ONLY GET ONE REVERB.......
...THIS IS IT.
I CAN'T STOP USING THIS AND I LIKE DRY!
The reverb I've been looking for!
I've been seriously unhappy with many reverbs I've demo'ed, and reverb has always been something I've strayed from in my DAW. The majority of the time I use reverb I'll end up re-amping through reverb pedals. When I demo'ed this I was blown away! This is even better than what I usually get re-amping. It sounds so lush, beautiful, and full, without clouding or muddying tracks. Amazing on electric guitars, vocals, and drums (haven't tried anything else yet, but can't wait to experiment!). Amazing job on this one.
really great verb on guitars, drums, vox
I've tried pretty much everything under the sun. This is by far the best reverb I've ever heard. I usually use one reverb for the whole track and I've been using the EMT 250 for the past few years since it came out. The DBX is my new go to.
F. Ortiz Guzman
una de las mejores reverb de la coleccion, posee una profundidad y un color muy característico que la diferencia sorprendentemente de las otras, intuitiva y amigable, solo cerrar los ojos y escuchar.
Best reverb emulation in the market ,period.
it's so nice to work with.
i think i never worked with an original that was in such a good shape like the Uad-Plugin.
this one is so well emulated, that you get the whole dynamic which are so important for these kind of reverbs.
other springs in comparison got less dynamics.
difficult to describe, buts its kind of this thing lives!
i mean, its like the original!
I liked the character but....
I thought this one was a good concept and I have been pushing for UAD to get a good Spring plugin. With that being said this one has the character, especially for darker songs, but I was expecting more control over the plugin. According to my friends this is basically a perfect emulation of the original, but I don't know. It would have it's usefulness, but not an every dayer, like the EMT 140, 250 or the Lexicon 224. It's cool in it's own way though.
Long, warm, rich... Perfect.
I can't believe how much I love this reverb. It sounds absolutely amazing!!!.
It's a perfect verb for creating atmosphere behind your tracks. Really wonderful!
Oooof! Great Stuff Here.
Pretty amazing Reverb. Just got it in time for a Bluesy/pop project. Rocked my socks on a Solo using a Fender Strat. Also like running it through aux in UAD Console to help in tracking vocals. I gave it 4 stars because of a this slightly annoying ring in the upper-mids but I feel this is characteristic to the original. In the mix the ring makes it cut through a little bit more but on solo or minimal style tracks might want to multiband that sucker as it is prominent. Great look, feel, and just the right amount of controls without crazy graphs, lines, and small buttons. Use your ears... and turn knobs. Cheers.
Making The Decay Shorter
If you want shorter decay times, you can an SPL Transient Modulator after the BX 20.
The sounds is quite beautiful and will be very inspiring for artists while tracking, especially Vx.
Will update after spending time with this.
So warm and nice, I really love to use this reverb. Perfect on vocals and guitars. Highly recommended . Great job UAD
This is probably my favorite reverb so far. The GUI is quite clear
(I guess we owe AKG that) and it's sound is unsurpassed in usefulness.
I love the EMT's and will still use them but this works with any material.
sounds really nice - amazing reverb!
My favorite reverb plug-in!!!
I rely heavily on my stereo Orban spring reverb unit. But when I'm making music away from my studio I've always had difficulty matching this precise sound. Now with the BX 20 available in my Apollo Twin, I get the sound I need and more. The plug-in has so much depth and control possibilities! I am forever grateful for this plug-in.
The best spring reverb!
I live spring reverb! This is The best I've ever heard!
woomp there it is.
It doesn't sound too bad at all.
...what a real one sounds like. Never even knew they existed honestly. Doesn't matter, it's now one of my favorite verbs. It actually sounds more like a long plate to me and not a spring. Wish it had shorter decay times but I'll make due.