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    If you don't mind 32 bit, there's a cheap Roland Space Echo emulation called GS 201 that does a great job, but it doesn't sync with tempo, which can give you cool Dub effects as you increase the rate.

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    PSP Delays sound great, I have also found myself using the reverberate cm convolution reverb recently (free with computer music mag). Reverberate is a little ugly looking but it sound great for hats and claps on a return channel

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    Convolution Reverb Pro.

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    Basically when I need just a simple digital delay am using Live's stock delay becase it's very CPU friendly.
    Love Manny Marroquin Delay.
    Speaking of reverbs my go to are Valahalla's room and vintage reverb plugins allowing me to shape space easily and just in few clicks.
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    I use the Native Instruments RC48 a lot for the reverbs, especially the long ones. For the short ones I am a big fan the Waves Rverb. It is included in the really old Rennaisance bundle but sounds great on drums. Had it sitting around, thinking it was old, for many years but as soon as I really tried it, I loved it.

    For delays I use Native Instruments Replika, and often the Ableton Simple Delay.

    I am looking to hook up some hardware effects, like my Digitech Timebender and TC Electronics Trinity very soon however.

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    TAL-Reverb 2 and TAL-Reverb 4 are freebies. I like 2's simplicity.
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    convolution pro reverb max for life plug in, so versatile
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    I tend to stick with the built in plugins for delay and use Valhalla room for Reverb. I don't find the built in reverb to be that particularly user friendly as far as the UI. I also use Valhalla Ubermod which has delay and modulation for crazy effects.

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    Delays:
    * SoundTous EchoBoy
    * D16 Group Tekturon
    * D16 Group Repeater
    * D16 Group Sigmund
    * AudioThing Outer Space (Roland RE201 copy)

    Reverbs:
    * AudioEase Altiverb 7
    * Valhalla VintageVerb
    * FabFilter Pro-R

    But the reverb list could go on and on as there's tens, if not hundreds of excellent verbs out there!
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