Waves Renaissance Reverb

Waves Renaissance Reverb

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Renaissance Reverb, Réverb algorithmique logicielle de la marque Waves appartenant à la série Renaissance.

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Fiche technique Waves Renaissance Reverb

  • Fabricant : Waves
  • Modèle : Renaissance Reverb
  • Série : Renaissance
  • Catégorie : Réverbs algorithmiques logicielles
  • Fiche créée le : 10/11/2003

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Avis utilisateurs Waves Renaissance Reverb

Note moyenne :3.2( 3.2/5 sur 5 avis )
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L'avis de johnhenry69

Waves Renaissance Reverb
Je ne la possède pas mais l'ai déjà testé à plusieurs reprises.
En terme d'installation il faut une ilok et tout ce qui s'en suit(autorisation, mise à jour sur le site de waves, ect.. ).
Généralement vendue au sein d'un pack (rennaissance).


Le plug in fonctionne correctement.
La sonorité c'est tout autre chose.


Depuis combien de temps l'utilisez vous ?
2 ans (ou plutôt que je ne l'utilise pas)

Quelle est la particularité que vous aimez le plus, le moins ?
+: nombre de paramètres, cela reste gadget vu la qualité de la réverb
-: sonorités innommables, ce plug in est inexploitable, métallique à souhait, rien n'est réaliste. On peut travailler sur les paramètres pendant longtemps rien n'y fait.

Aviez vous essayé beaucoup d'autres modèles avant de l'acquérir ?
D verb, Ir1, TC M30, altiverb, blue verb, CSR... Elles l'emportent toutes.
On peut noter dans la même gamme de prix CSR de ik multimedia, neuf à 160€ qui ferai penser à une 480L de chez Lexicon.

Comment jugez vous le rapport qualité/prix ?
au sein du pack renaissance coutant 400€
individuellement autour de 80€
c'est peu cher ce qui peut justifier le manque de qualité.
Cette réverb semble plus être là pour étoffer un pack de plug in que pour autre chose, comme waves a la facheuse habitude de faire dans ses packs. Au sein du pack est livré IR-1, une réverb à convolution qui est nettement plus intéressante en terme de sonorités.

Avec l'expérience, referiez vous ce choix ? ..
je ne l'achèterai jamais, en revanche le pack renaissance de waves est très intéressant.
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L'avis de bgallaghermusic (contenu en anglais)"Solid Reverb but too Pricey"

Waves Renaissance Reverb
I received this reverb plug-in as part of a bundle when I started studying production at Berklee in 2007. I would say it's been a steady, although not usually first choice, part of my setup since then.

I would say it's a bit much for someone who isn't familiar with the complexities of reverb. Being one of those people myself, I prefer a more simple approach and don't recall ever doing much tweaking to any of the many controllable parameters in this plug-in. I appreciate the straight-forwardness of the visual representation of the changes you make to your verb, but I think active listening is a better way to go when it comes to reverb.

I can't personally imagine needing such a degree of control over my reverb settings but all-in-all it sounds really nice and has some great presets that I trust for a lot of my work.


This reverb definitely performs well. I'm a fan of using the plate presets for drums and sometimes vocals. I usually work with this in Logic or ProTools and I always have to have my iLok plugged in to use the waves stuff, which is kind of a pain and also one reason I often go with other reverbs.

Like I said, I'm not such a tech junky and really don't bother with the extra features like the "reverb damping". I generally look for the type of reverb I want (i.e. plate, hall, etc...) and then tweak presets from there to get the desired wetness, pre-delay, and so on. That seems to have worked well enough for me over the last 8 or 9 years and it definitely hasn't decreased in capability or functionality in comparison to newer reverbs. I'm particularly a fan of the Waves stuff just because it doesn't ever cause any problems. I usually prefer, for example, to work with PSP plug-ins but they sometimes overload my system and a few are just too intense to load up more than one or two instances of them.


This is definitely a good-quality reverb plug-in. I'm not such a huge fan of some of the other Renaissance-Series items but this one is worth a look.

That being said, I don't think I would personally purchase this for the $150 asking price. If you're someone who is into having a ridiculous amount of control on your reverb settings this is probably for you but I prefer a more simple approach. I usually go with the PSP EasyVerb. It sounds great and the layout and features are easily understandable. It's also less than half the price.
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L'avis de ericthegreat (contenu en anglais)"worth the Buy"

Waves Renaissance Reverb
I had no problems at all getting started with the Waves Renaissance Reverb. You Don’t need an iLok to authorize it with, but if you have experience with that it should be no problem. I run it with Pro Tools 7.4 LE and I had no need for the manual. It is easy to install and figure out the functions.


I use this on my Macbook Pro (2.2 Ghz, 2 GB Ram) and I've had no issues at all with it. I use it on an auxiliary track with every session I do. This saves processing power; if I were to put this plug-in on every track however, I do believe it would slow down my computer quite a bit. This is to be expected with any sort of powerful plug-in such as this one though. As long as I keep it on one track or a few at most it runs great.


I've had it for about a year now and it is the only reverb plug-in that I use - its that good. Not only is it really easy to get a nice sound from it, but the controls are really in depth and useful. I've used a couple of reverb plug-ins in the past and this one trumps them all. While I haven't done this, I believe that you can download extra presets for it, a great feature that I will look into when I have a chance. Even though it is definitely a bit pricey, for me it is worth every penny. I've used an 140 plate reverb and the emulation of that on this plug-in is impeccable. If you are looking for a serious reverb plug-in, spend the money and get this; you won't regret it and you will have a great sounding reverb for all of your sessions. Worth the buy!
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L'avis de moosers (contenu en anglais)

Waves Renaissance Reverb
The Waves Ltd. Renaissance Reverb is a basic reverb plug-in that comes as part of the Renaissance Maxx bundle of plug-ins, in addition to being available as an individual plug-in. I've only installed this plug-in along with the rest of the Waves plug-ins and not as an individual, although the process shouldn't be any difference beyond the length of time it will take. The interface of Renaissance Reverb has a good amount to work with, but I wouldn't say it's convoluted or complicated in any way. For starters, the plug-in has a variety of different types of reverb to choose from, as well as two filters for damping and one as a general EQ. It then has a graph for setting the time response of the delay in milliseconds, and sliders for setting your predelay, time, size, diffusion, decay, reverb, early reflections, wet/dry mix, and overall gain. I didn't find that it was hard to use at all, so I've never seen a manual for the plug-in.


I've mostly been running the Waves Ltd. Renaissance Reverb plug-in on my system at home, but I move back and forth a lot between my home system and the studio's system where I work, so I've used it both in Pro Tools LE and HD. At home I've got Pro Tools LE 8 which I run on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM, while I run Pro Tools LE with a Digi 002R audio interface. I haven't encountered any issues on either system running this plug-in...


While I can't say that the Waves Ltd. Renaissance Reverb is my go to reverb plug-in of choice, it's still very solid and there's a lot that can be done with it. It definitely has a realistic sound to it, which is also versatile and flexible when you take into account all of the reverb types and parameters to go along with them. It's still not the most versatile reverb plug-in out there, but it's still a very good one. I don't think I'd recommend buying it as an individual plug-in since there are so many other options out there, but it's definitely one of the many reasons to get the Renaissance Maxx bundle of plug-ins...

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