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ETide or FabFilt REVERB?

Which one if you had to choose would you buy?(keep)

Is there a $20 difference?

Comments

  • edited October 10

    I would get the Toneboosters Reverb, buy (keep) the Eventide and order some takeaway food with the savings.

    Blackhole isn’t exactly designed for earthly pursuits, great for sound design purposes and other special effect situations.

    Toneboosters covers all use cases (including Shimmer) and sounds excellent. Crazy prices on the TB effects.

  • both Etide and FabFilt REVERB are great! Get both.

  • Blackhole is for soaring into space. Other reverbs are for filling a room, hall, you get the point. 😉

    Both have their place.

  • I just grabbed Toneboosters RV and am completely blown away by it. I have used several different iOS 'verbs and this one immediately melted my whole being into pure bliss with its quality. I do still want the Eventide though

  • edited October 10

    I haven’t decided myself but I’m leaning toward black hole cuz I already have every other “normal” reverb, eos2 , bleass, kleverb, audio reverb, adverb , shimmer , chrystalline, zero reverb, AUFX space lol... and probably more

  • I own 5 of those reverbs you mentioned, had forgotten about some of them. Crystalline needs to be AU, that was my first FX app on ipad that really blissed me out and I loved some of the presets.

  • edited October 10

    Get the ToneBoosters one. AT least as good as the others, and so many more tweaking options! Plus you'll save for other goodies.

  • Blackhole just went on sale right now along with the other 2 Eventides.

  • TB Reverb is excellent and I think on a par with FabFilter. Blackhole is a nice complement if its unique character is something you dig.

  • @RUST( i )K said:
    Which one if you had to choose would you buy?(keep)

    Is there a $20 difference?

    The answer is always depends on use case

    If you are a guitarist eventide all the way
    Vocals - fab filter pro r
    Shimmer Alone(shimmer fx by
    Allrounder TB as ohers have mentioned
    If you are iPhone user alone TB GUIs will test your eyes .

  • Yeah the TB ones are a bit tricky to control on the phone. I wouldn’t object to dry/wet levels being slightly larger on the reverb.

    Now would be a very good time to check out the Eventide stuff!

  • Buy both. If you don't have enough money, then sell a kidney. You can live with one kidney but you cannot live with only one of these reverbs!

  • I'd add the ToneBoosters Reverb to the list as well, love the shimmer on it :)

  • edited October 10

    The controls on TB reverb don't respond half as well as fabfilter reverb.

  • I use FabFilter Pro-R in almost every track. I have Black Hole, but I don't understand how to use it because it's very unusual reverb and it can't be applied in most situation.

  • @BlueGreenSpiral said:
    I would get the Toneboosters Reverb, buy (keep) the Eventide and order some takeaway food with the savings.

    Blackhole isn’t exactly designed for earthly pursuits, great for sound design purposes and other special effect situations.

    Toneboosters covers all use cases (including Shimmer) and sounds excellent. Crazy prices on the TB effects.

    Appreciate it

  • @DavidM said:
    Get the ToneBoosters one. AT least as good as the others, and so many more tweaking options! Plus you'll save for other goodies.

    Wow awesome thanks

  • @TrevorLlewellyn said:
    both Etide and FabFilt REVERB are great! Get both.

    Stop it...lol

  • @RUST( i )K said:

    @TrevorLlewellyn said:
    both Etide and FabFilt REVERB are great! Get both.

    Stop it...lol

    Man shouldn’t you be playing on your ocatrack!

  • Get neither, and just put your ipad in the bathroom. :D

    I have FF Reverb and it sounds good, do not have the others to compare, eventide is a different beast as others have said....can anyone give comparisons on CPU load for TB vs FF ? Reverb is pretty CPU heavy normally, and can also introduce latency in the audio.

  • blackhole for sure. i bought toneboosters ( thinking it would be ok while i was away from my desktop version of blackhole) but after receiving a gift card the other day. i bought it for ipad. It’s just so stinking good, i use it constantly. highly recommend

  • Both are world class but the Black Hole is much more advance at this point than Pro-R
    Black hole has been in development for many, many years. Pro-R is only a year old or
    so.

  • @KraftC said:
    Both are world class but the Black Hole is much more advance at this point than Pro-R
    Black hole has been in development for many, many years. Pro-R is only a year old or
    so.

    ?

    Pro-R has been around for ages, too--not just a year. It existed long before it was available as an iOS AUv3.

    Black hole is not intended as a general purpose reverb. Toneboosters and Pro-R are (in my opinion) in the same category.black hole is great but it isn't something I'd use as my stick reverb. It really shines for uses where the reverb is almost an instrument itself.

  • @espiegel123 said:

    @KraftC said:
    Both are world class but the Black Hole is much more advance at this point than Pro-R
    Black hole has been in development for many, many years. Pro-R is only a year old or
    so.

    ?

    Pro-R has been around for ages, too--not just a year. It existed long before it was available as an iOS AUv3.

    Black hole is not intended as a general purpose reverb. Toneboosters and Pro-R are (in my opinion) in the same category.black hole is great but it isn't something I'd use as my stick reverb. It really shines for uses where the reverb is almost an instrument itself.

    I bought Pro-R when it released on Mac. let's say 2 years then. Still, Black hole has been out for over 10 years and is
    much more advanced than Pro-R at this point. Both are amazing though.

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