Review: Halls of Fame 3 convolution reverb
For the price of one virtual instrument you can get a great collection of vintage and digital reverbs in one box. That’s 1,500 presets, half of them in True Stereo as every preset comes in stereo and true stereo form. Halls of Fame 3 doesn’t sound cheap and it comes with a really good selection of digital and vintage models. It is quite obvious that all impulse responses were captured very professionally with high quality equipment. Trust me, this is a field where many convolution reverbs fail.
Rather than giving you some audio examples, I suggest you to visit the Best Service website and download a free version of Hall of Fame 3 that includes just a few hardware models and presets, but still enough to give you an impression of how it sounds.
It comes in AAX native, AU, Mac, VST and Win formats and will take around 5 GB of your disk space.
With the Halls of Fame 3 software, Best Service has introduced an interesting series of different reverb types, aimed at lovers of both analog and digital reverb sounds. Some of the presets included in the software are not only available in stereo, but also in a high quality True Stero version. So the Halls of Fame 3 Complete version leaves nothing to be desired. The operation is absolutely simple and the sound of the software is convincing.
The price of 169,- € is also absolutely okay for the scope of the software.
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