by Lyubomir Dobrev | 5,0 / 5,0 | Approximate reading time: 2 Minutes
AudioThing Fog Convolver 2

 ·  Source: Audiothing


Fog Convolver is a true stereo convolution reverb processor from developer Audiothing. It’s still one of the deepest convolution reverbs you can buy at a ‘small indie developer’ price. Version 2.0 of the plug-in was released today, and it’s a complete rewrite and redesign. That, and the addition of modulation, effects, and an impulse response generator. Definitely the kind of update that justifies the lo-o-o-ng wait. Let’s check in…


Audified Fog Convolver 2

Version 2 lets you load either 2 separate impulse responses or one true stereo/quad channel impulse response. It provides linked or separate controls for both. Additionally, there are 5 routing modes for arranging the impulses: single, serial, parallel, parallel mix, and true stereo.

The newly added modulation is accomplished via 4 LFOs. Each LFO has 10 waveforms, 18 destinations, one dedicated multi-mode filter (with pre, IR, or post modes), and a 5-band graphic EQ.

The impulse response collection features 8 factory banks with 660+ impulse responses made of spaces, analog and digital equipment, organic sources, and many other sources. The library is worth exploring in itself. Audothing provides a great overview of the collection on the product page. I highly recommend checking that out.

While True Stereo impulses are usually recorded simultaneously to capture a better stereo image, you can also use two completaly unrelated IRs to generate experimental mish-mash stereo reverbs. And if you don’t want to use any old impulse responses or samples, use the built-in impulse response generator to create custom artificial spaces.

Fog Convolver 2 Impulse Response Generator

The impulse response generator

The available effects inlude Chorus, Phaser, Compressor, and Waveshaper. Waveshaped IRs might be something I should give a try when I’m feeling particularly misanthropic. Finally, a preset system with randomization and a full-fletched browser is provided. It all makes for an advanced reverb processor that goes deep. The introductory price is a steal and the opportunity to upgrade to version 2 for USD 5 is just mighty fine customer treatment. Kudos!


Price and availability

Fog Convolver 2 is on sale for EUR 39, down from EUR 69. It works in 64-bit AU, VST2, VST3, AAX, and CLAP formats (read more on the latter) under macOS 10.9 and Windows 7 or later. A demo version with some limitations is available for testing. Both offline and online activation is possible.

You can purchase Fog Convolver 2 from Audiothing’s website. Our affiliate partner Plugin Boutique * will be selling it shortly. In the meantime, Plugin Boutique too has a summer sale with Audiothing products discounted by up to 35%:

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AudioThing Fog Convolver 2

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