VSS3 is the most professional tool of its kind, the Stereo Source Reverb behind tens of thousands of films, TV shows, albums and unforgettable tracks.
- Amazing versatility to make your project a success
- From our award-winning System 6000
- Works on all major DAWs; Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Cubase and more...
Cross-grading from PowerCore or TDM
If you already own a VSS3 license for PowerCore, ProTools|HD or ProTools|HD Accel, you know the merits of the VSS3 first-hand.
Until May 1st 2017, all existing VSS3 users can cross-grade to the native version at a reduced price.
The Sound You Want
VSS3 Native is the most realistic and versatile reverb ever made for your DAW. With a wealth of possibilities to adjust, it will deliver the precise sound you need.
Choose a preset for quick and no-fuss reverb delight - or move in depth to take full control of the early reflections, body and tail of your reverb.
We call it "crazy tweak-ability".
A solid reverb is a key component to any recording or post-production effects chain.
Ported from our legendary System 6000, the VSS3 Native delivers superb clarity and rich resolution to your mix - equaling its hardware brothers and sisters.
With its no-compromise algorithm and extremely wide dynamic range, it is an awesome choice of main reverb for your studio.
Tried and Tested
The algorithm of the VSS3 Native was fine-tuned by our engineers for more than a year before its initial release.
Over the years audio professionals around the world have adopted it as their go-to reverb for adding clear acoustics and realism to their source material.
That's why the distinct effect of the VSS3 can be heard on thousands of albums and films and has elevated the sound of many more concerts and live productions.
First Impressions with James Mather
Emmy Award winning James Mather is a fan of TC Electronic reverb.
He is also the audio genius behind Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, 4 Harry Potter films, the Oscar-Winning Wallace & Grommit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit and many more…
Maximum Ambience with Full Mono Capability
The technology behind VSS3 features an exceptional dynamic range, bringing extra life to your mix. It does this through carefully crafted early reflection algorithms which stay true to the exact 'location' you want for source of your mix.
No matter how much ambience you add, your recording will maintain its fidelity when collapsed to mono.
World Wide Research
Collaboration on the VSS3 has been extraordinary. Not only have our in-house engineers worked night and day to refine the thousands of parameters under the digital hood, but we've been in dialog with the finest engineers in the world.
These studio pros (see some of them below) have tested our algorithms on all forms of audio including musical genres from orchestral to pop. They've listened carefully to all instrumental combinations and voice types and the refinements they've suggested are a crucial part of what makes VSS3 outstanding.
The Secret of Source Reverb
VSS3 moves you from the world of generic reverbs (the same reverb applied to many sources) to reverb for single elements (or groups) sharing the same panning position. Like a graphic artist moving from 2-D to 3-D, you'll find yourself in a new audio universe.
Source reverbs generate multiple, complex and early reflection patterns leading to a depth, distinction and character just not possible with generic reverbs.
Ready for Any DAW
VSS3 Native supports all modern plug-in standards, giving you the freedom to work with any DAW you prefer.
Pro Tools (AAX Native)
Cubase, Nuendo, Ableton Live, Reaper and more (VST)
Logic Pro X (Audio Units)
VSS3 Native - Main Features
- Stereo source reverb - ported from the System 6000 hardware series
- Maximum ambience, yet full mono compatibility
- Exceptionally wide dynamic range
- Available as a plug-in for all major DAWs
- Source specific early reflections for character and localization
- Focus Fields for easy tweaking and navigation
- Based on 1000s of hours of fine-tuning and trimming
- Great results - with or without modulation
- Seamlessly import VSS3 presets from System 6000
James Mather on the VSS3 Native
Bobby Fernandez on System 6000
Al Schmitt on his use of System 6000
Antony King System 6000 Reverb Interview
System 6000 MKII in Engine Room New York
Ken Hahn - Post-Production, part 4
Danny Vicari from LAFX Studios talking about using TC Electronic System 6000 mkll
Steve Genewick talks about his use of System 6000
Peter Freeman on System 6000 and 2290 Dynamic Delay
David Hewitt talks about his use of System 6000
Bill Smith talks about his use of System 6000
Studio Pros using VSS3
Some of Our Broadcast & Production Users Across the Globe
Recommended for: Mainly mixing engineers on both the music and post-production fronts, but I can see producers being well served here since the VSS3 is a great sounding reverb that can achieve the desired results quickly without being daunting to use. Sound designers will also enjoy its great depth and realism and I know that some mastering engineers are also fond of a little reverb depending on the work in hand, so they might want to check out this one due to the super clean and greatly malleable character. (5/5 stars)Lesen Sie den kompletten Test von Gearslutz
There's no denying that this is a seriously high-quality reverb that has a distinctly different character to the Powercore's existing Classicverb and Mega Reverb. Having the option of using a stereo source does produce a more definite sense of placement within the stereo field, but still in a very natural and convincing way.Lesen Sie den kompletten Test von Sound on Sound
Now that I have VSS3 on my system, I find myself creating sounds in stereo with it and relegating the System 6000 to surround mixes and sound design. Clients are impressed by the results and immediate gratification. VSS3 is a great addition to a System 6000 and Pro Tools HD system. If you don't have a System 6000, VSS3 is a top-shelf reverb for Pro Tools HD. With its clear interface and excellent presets, it's a natural.Lesen Sie den kompletten Test von Mix Online
Wer auf der Suche nach einem professionellem Reverb Plug-In ist, kommt am VSS 3 nicht vorbei. Die übersichtliche und einfache Bedienbarkeit gibt keine Rätsel auf und die Klangqualität ist über jeden Zweifel erhaben. Einzig der Preis wird für manchen ein kleiner Wermutstropfen sein und die Freude daran, sich von den verschiedenen Hallsounds und ihrer Qualität inspirieren zu lassen, unter Umständen etwas trüben.Lesen Sie den kompletten Test von bonedo