Most reverbs are earth-bound and constrained by the physics of the real world. Our Blackhole reverb breaks the rules by allowing you to create virtual spaces that could never exist in reality (at least the one we inhabit). At large sizes, its soft attack and lingering, harmonic tails allows it to really shine on guitars, strings and pads. At small sizes those very same qualities can add an angelic sheen to vocals or turn a simple drum track into an otherworldly rhythm section.
From the Extreme to the Sublime
While it’s true Blackhole is capable of creating space-warping special effects and drones, it’s also capable of creating musical and subtle effects you’ll find useful for highlighting key instruments or painting a backdrop for your mix. Whether you're at the event horizon or closer to home, Blackhole will inspire and amaze while its intuitive controls will allow you to add that special something to your tracks without a degree in rocket science.
In short, Blackhole is destined to be one of those tools that you turn to time and again when reality just isn't enough.
Currently own 4 verbs Eventide Stereo Room 2016 for studio "room" sounds Eventide Blackhole for effects/extreme Softube TSAR-1 for "vintage" style studio verbs (plates, etc) Acon Verberate for "real/natural" spaces Wondering how many different verbs you guys use in your mixing templates, and which plugins you find to be the best for which application. Based on the 4 I have,...
Modal Electronics 002, DSI OB6, and Moog's Subsequent 37cv....with some Eventide Blackhole reverb was used for Holst's incredible "Mars, the Bringer of War" from The Planets suite. I have to admit that this was the most difficult yet of my classical music synthesizer arrangements. It starts off so simple, but boy it...
...but of course that is a plate, so might or might not fit your needs/taste... what I like to combine is eventide blackhole in very low percentage (or dry/mix)...on top of a controlled/short hall/room... sometimes some patches of Sonsig are also quite nice for a "natural" sounding room.. howdy Cheu