Best Free Reverb Plugins For PC & Mac (2018)

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Many musicians have a limited budget to buy new instruments or effects. Above all, many of them use their budget to buy hardware and less about software. One of the effects I personally love on hardware as well as software are reverbs. Good sounding plugins can be expensive but there are several that cost you nothing. 

Here is a list with the best free reverbs plugins for PC and Mac. This list shows only plugins running on both systems but there are far more reverb plugins only for Windows. Hopefully you find a nice free reverb in this list. (Updated December 2018)

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TAL-Reverb-4 is a standalone version of the high quality reverb implemented in TAL-Sampler.

  • Modulated vintage reverb sound.
  • Very diffuse sound.
  • Fast build up time, also with long reverb sounds.
  • Works on almost every audio material.
  • Easy to use.
  • Support stereo channel

Available here: TAL-Reverb-4


TAL Reverb-II is a super diffuse and lush reverb effect with a fast build up time. Ideal for ambient reverb sounds.


TAL-Reverb-III is an easy to use stereo reverb plugin. It’s popular because it’s very very diffuse sound 😉 It has an additional signal feedback path.

Available here: TAL-Reverb II  & III 


  1. The demo of the Fruity Loops 20 DAW has a Fruity Convolver, Fruity Reverb and Fruity Reverb 2 – this are very powerful reverb plugins, but are not free and portable, you can use them around the DAW and mix-down as a audio file (the demo of the FL doesn’t allow to save project and reopen in the demo version 😉 it is the the most pity thing ever).

    • Hey 🙂 cool but I search for this list only plugins that are free for everyone, no demo versions and compatible for PC & Mac with 64-bit.
      Thanks for your input 😉

    • Hey, thanks for your input. I know but please read the intro of the list: I consider only plugins that are compatible with PC & Mac at the same time and 64-bit. We live in 2018 and prefer free stuff that works on both systems 😉

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