ValhallaDSP has added two more dreamy, space-opening delay/reverb modes to its epic free reverb plugin Supermassive for PC & Mac.
With the free Supermassive plugin, ValhallaDSP has probably released the most download reverb plugin of this plugin. Even if the effects guru Sean Costello does not earn anything from this plugin, he is working hard on new algorithms for it.
In the new beta of the upcoming new version, you can find two brand new reverb modes for Supermassive.
As a reminder: Valhalla Supermassive is a free reverb plugin that has been designed from the group up for massive delays and reverbs. Get ready for luscious clouds of reverb, otherworldly delays, swelling waves of feedback unlike any you’ve heard before.
The upcoming Supermassive 1.1.1 will feature two new reverb modes: Great Magellanic Cloud and Triangulum. According to Sean Costello, Great Magellanic Cloud can have very long initial delays with density set to zero, and the potential for looping delays or huge reverbs. Triangulum can act as a looper, as a gigantic lush reverb, or as a repeating delay with independent control over the individual repeats and the overall decay time.
Another cool addition is VST3 support for Supermassive in the new version 1.1.1. To get the benefit of these new modes, you have to download the latest beta version of Supermassive from the ValhallaDSP website. The video doesn’t show the new algorithms, it’s just an excellent musical demo how the plugin sounds.
ValhallaDSP Supermassive is a free download for Windows & Mac in VST, AU, and AAX plugin formats. The new beta version for the upcoming 1.1.1 version is on the website.
More information here: VDSP
Neat quote from Sean Costello:
Working on Supermassive makes me happy! For whatever reason, I find the underlying DSP architecture a lot of fun to play around with.
Plus, y’know, 2020. Trying to do something that brings a little happiness into the world.