TAL-Reverb III
by Togu Audio Line
3.9 / 5     (11 votes)
Win32 Win64 OSX Linux
TAL-Reverb-III is an easy to use stereo plate reverb.
Baby Love 54 Oct 06 2020
(5 / 5)
Oct 06 2020
I like it, Thanks.
Jon Oct 02 2020
(1 / 5)
Oct 02 2020
Out of all the TAL verbs, this is the worst one. Why? It has a severe bug that results in a constant hum and screws up the DC offset of the input signal. Stack 10 inserts in a row to see what I mean. Stick with TAL Reverb 2 and 4.
Digital Rules Nov 29 2019
(5 / 5)
Nov 29 2019
Darko Nov 20 2018
(5 / 5)
Nov 20 2018
Awesome reverb!
John Jan 03 2018
(2 / 5)
Jan 03 2018
"Tal reverb I" was an instant crash but "Tal Reverb III" works fine. CPU usage is a bit high. I find it very hard to control, maybe that's normal with plate reverbs. There's always too much high end and the plate seems to ring on for too long. Maybe this is ok for specific sounds but I don't think this would be a very valid choice for your default reverb.
John Burns Jul 14 2023
Jul 14 2023
Had another go. Very similar to the other TAL reverbs: Well designed. User friendly. CPU usage isn't low but not too high either. The tone is kind of boring, not great but not terrible. TAL 2 sounds the most realistic. TAL 3 sounds like an effect but doesn't sound unpleasant. TAL 4 is my least favourite, it's just too sterile for my tastes.
Anonymous Jul 14 2017
(2 / 5)
Jul 14 2017
One trick pony. Quality is OK but applications limited. This reverb either fits the music or it doesn't.
Anonymous Aug 29 2016
Aug 29 2016
Brilliant... get that big sound easily and boy it is BIG
Alex Dec 06 2015
Dec 06 2015
Lexicon plate clone !!! Very good.
pickb0y Jun 08 2015
(4 / 5)
Jun 08 2015
My favorite reverb
Viper ITB May 02 2015
(5 / 5)
May 02 2015
Brilliant! Can a reverb unit be charismatic? This one surely is. :)
Cy Nothing //COMPETITOR PRODUCT Feb 14 2015
(4 / 5)
Feb 14 2015
This is a quirky reverb unit with a lot of character. Compared to most reverbs, this one brings out a lot of noise from a signal. It sounds dirty and '80s. If you turn the wet and the room size up, you'll hear some very interesting noisescapes and hopefully, you'll be excited about the possibilities there. That said, this reverb is not your panacea. If you use this reverb on everything, as your general-purpose reverb, it's gonna sound weird. You'll be able to feel the mark of it on your mix and for some projects, (atmospheric, nostalgic, digital lo-fi) that's exactly what I've wanted. If you're putting this reverb on vocals for a modern pop mix, you're probably doing something wrong and if you're not doing something wrong, you're at least making a very bold decision.
Luis Tamayo Zegers Sept 16 2014
(5 / 5)
Sept 16 2014
Excellent. With those few slides you can control exactly what you want. Congratulations for the developers.
TEKing66 Nov 10 2013
(5 / 5)
Nov 10 2013
Excellent, as are all of TAL's goodies.