Release Year : 2019
Version : 1.0.0
Developer : Polyverse Music
Developer’s site : polyversemusic
Platform : iNTEL
Interface language : English
Tablet : Replacement Files + License
System requirements : OSX 10.7+ 64bit, Supports VST2 / VST3 / AU plug-in formats
Description : The Polyverse Music Comet reverb can create spaces with a volume of 1 cm³ or more.
A unique reverb that independently generates sound space.
After much beta testing, Polyverse Music released the Comet reverb. During the tests, the developers assembled a user feedback and introduced a number of features in the first version of the plug-in, supplementing its basic functionality for creating a reverb effect.
The reverb is characterized by advanced and flexible settings. So, for example, users can adjust the decay time of the reverb effect from one microsecond, as well as create spaces whose sizes range from one cubic centimeter to one kilometer. Compared to the competition, Polyverse Music Comet also features a built-in algorithm for testing and high morphing speed.
According to Polyverse, the plugin relies on proprietary algorithms and does not simulate real-life spaces. Since such functionality is present in almost every existing reverb plugin, the last thing Polyverse wanted to do was to release another one, the next one and the same as the whole plugin. For this reason, the developers abandoned the use of pulses of real reverbs, focusing on the development of an engine that itself generates any spaces.
The effect is controlled by means of several knobs (input and output signal level, pre-ray), diffuser and detuning sliders, as well as damping and coloring controls. Users can also adjust the size of the generated space, the decay time of the effect, and the ratio of the original and processed signal. To simplify the start of work, Comet is equipped with a large set of presets.
The developers also equipped the plugin with rich modulation options. You can change the settings either manually or through CV-input – the plugin supports management through CV-commands. In addition, reverb can be controlled directly from a MIDI keyboard or controller, switching presets and changing settings through MIDI events.
Developers say their motto is “From musicians to musicians,” so they are sensitive to the opinions of users. Guided by this idea, Polyverse Music promise to quickly correct all errors found and introduce new features at the request of users. The company believes that this approach will create a universal reverb of the future. Well, a big statement.