So that’s the explanation: http://www.beat-kaufmann.com/extras/tests/five-reverbs/index.php Select then Test " H U G E - H A L L ".
In the meantime I’ve tested TSAR-1 as well.
Unfortunately its factory presets are not as good as they could be.
So I’ve optimized the one for the “long tail” and produced another listening possibility for comparing the reverbs. Click on Another Example on my site.
Tip: Check and compare the ends of the sounds (deep note of the cello, organ,…)
One reverb remain static (Roomworks? Reflect?), one got a natural modulation, one got a panned modulation, some of them are more removed from the signal than others…
Nevertheless, the quality is close together - not so the price.
All the best and thanks for listening
The first test-files where 24Bit “selfmade-recordings”. The second test file was created with VSL-Samples (24Bit as well).
Listening tests are always a matter of taste so the results are not absolute! Nevertheless, with the new listening files you can make out how the reverbs treat different signals and how they sound during the “fadeout”.