by Signaldust
4.4 / 5     (11 votes)
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Tila2 is a room reverb designed for short settings.

Tila turned out to be something that people found nice at very short settings. As such, this updated version keeps the algorithm but attempts to make it easier to tune those room reverbs. For hall-style algorithms look elsewhere.

The left-hand section has settings for predelay, mid-frequency reverb time (RT60), initial diffusion and roomsize of the model.

In the mid-section, upper row controls the high-frequencies above "high freq", while lower row controls the low-frequencies below "low freq". In both cases there is a reverb-time scaling constant (high/low scale; from 0.25 to 1.25) and up to 10dB of boost or cut (high/low EQ).

Finally there are 6dB/oct lowpass (high cutoff) and highpass (low cutoff) filters, and an output level control for wet-signals. Dry-signals are passed through when mode is set to 'insert' and muted when set to 'send' (for use as 'insert' and 'send' effect respectively).
John Burns Jul 12 2023
(3 / 5)
Jul 12 2023
Another mediocre sounding Room Reverb. Nicely designed though. I really like some of the other signaldust plugs and this one isn't bad. There are much nicer sounding reverbs on here though.
Digital Rules Nov 10 2019
(5 / 5)
Nov 10 2019
Very good 'verb. I would also like to see more reverbs from Signaldust. He is really good at DSP.
Ike Dec 07 2019
Dec 07 2019
True, Signaldust is a legend. It seems he has retired from being a plugin developer. He is still sometimes on the KVR forum and helps less experienced developers in the DSP / programming section of the forum.
Darko Nov 20 2018
(5 / 5)
Nov 20 2018
Excellent sounding reverb. Would be great if Signaldust would make more reverbs. <3
Jimmy Feb 18 2016
(2 / 5)
Feb 18 2016
Didn't find it as exciting as the other reviewers. I've seen better free VST reverbs
Denis Aug 11 2013
(5 / 5)
Aug 11 2013
Nicely configurable. Good plugin.
Suprious Dec 22 2012
(5 / 5)
Dec 22 2012
Tila is an amazing reverb using room emualation algos. It is just awesome for placing drums in a space, without being able to hear any reverb. Until you take it off. Very subtle, very high class. Search at Kvr see how many well respected members rate this superb little fx plugin.