VREV 666 Vintage Spring Reverb plugin Vst/Au/Aax

Fuse Audio Labs has released a new free maintenance update for their entire plugin catalog  v2.5.1, this also includes the free plugins: VREV-666,  RS-W2395c  (vintage Baxandall equalizer emulation) &  Big Sur  (vintage Baxandall equalizer emulation). Clipper/Fuzz pedal). This update to version 2.5.1 includes important bug fixes regarding stability and compatibility.

• Here is the full list of changes in v2.5.1, for all plugins:

- Fixed crash when resizing in AU environments-
Fix blacklisting/crashing issues related to the preset extraction mechanism in AU and VST3-
Added explicit resource usage to improve compatibility with AU sandbox .



Fuse Audio Labs was founded in 2017 by Reimund Dratwa, he worked for Brainworx for many years during which he was responsible for creating analog modeling titles for brands such as Millennia, elysia, ACME Audio, Vertigo, Black Box Analog Design and several others available in Plugin Alliance and the UAD-2 platform.


VREV-666 Vintage Spring Reverb

The VREV-666 plugin is based on a rare reverb made in the 1960s, originally built for the BBC. Its compact design construction was intended to alter the acoustic properties of listening environments to deliver a rich, lively and unpredictable vibe of true electromagnetic reverberation in an authentic way.

Are you looking for the most realistic Reverberation in the world? then you are in the wrong place, because VREV-666 is not and that's the beauty! By making your audio signal go through this reverb we will always get something vibrant and charismatic. Fuse Audio Labs tells us that we can use it on a voice to add a bit of edge, create a grungy vibe with your synth, add a gritty room tone to your guitar and bass, or create cool textures to your favorite instruments. .. Up to you.


While the few hardware units available remain prized gems within artist and producer studios, the VREV-666 makes the original vintage character of this juicy spring reverb available to your DAW.


The original hardware ' Grampian 666 Spring Reverb ' only had one Gain control (Level) that controls the entire effect, but Fuse Audio Labs added a bit more versatility by adding an 'Effect Mix' knob, 'PreDelay' (up to 15 ms), a 'Tone' equalizer control designed to attenuate pronounced resonance in the low-end range, and the 'Effect Limiter' knob, a so-called "truly musical" limiter that will help control peaks that can cause overloads. "squeaky".


• And since the best things in life are free, so is this plugin emulation brought to you by Fuse Audio Labs as an exclusive freebie!

VREV-666 Free Download

The download of the VREV-666 plugin can be found on the official website of the developer Fuse Audio Labs Now to access the download of the plugin you need to log in to a user account on the Fuse Audio Labs page, after that you just have to get the download and install the VREV-666 plugin.

We will find the VREV-666 plugin in Vst, Vst3 and Aax formats for DAWs on Windows 32/64-bit operating systems and in Vst, Vst3, Au and Aax formats for DAWs on Mac 64-bit operating systems.






  • Intel compatible or Apple Silicon CPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • Mac OS 10.12 or newer
  • A display resolution of 1280x1024 pixels or more
  • A VST2, VST3, AAX or AudioUnits compatible host


  • Intel compatible CPU (at least 2 GHz recommended)
  • 2GB RAM
  • Windows 7 or newer
  • A display resolution of 1280x1024 pixels or more
  • A VST2, VST3 or AAX compatible host

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