Source Audio Ventris Dual Reverb Pedal
As the name implies, the Source Audio Ventris lets you use two digital reverbs in one unit, with 2 independent 56-bit Sigma DSP chips for each reverb.
Together with its 14 reverb engines, this dual reverb pedal allows for tones that cover everything from light to surf drip, to shimmer, to hall ambience and more.
The pedal also houses a plethora of control knobs, most notable of which is the ability to preserve reverb trails or not, when switching modes.
Other noteworthy features include stereo routing options, switchable bypass (buffered or true bypass) and it has an input dedicated for expression pedal control.
- 14 Reverb Algorithms: Room, Hall-L, E-Dome, True Spring, Plate, Lo-Fi, Modverb, Shimmer, Echoverb, Swell, Offspring, Reverse, Outboard Spring, Metal Box.
- Controls: Time, Reverb Type, Mix, Pre-Delay, Treble, Control 1, Control 2 and two footswitches.
- Input: 2 x 1/4"
- Output: 2 x 1/4"
- Power: 9V DC Power Supply (Included)
- Bypass Type: Switchable (True or Buffered)
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 2.21" x 4.4" x 4.58"
- Weight: 1 lb
This reverb is rating well thanks to its flexibility and good sound quality. Owners appreciate the many reverb modes available, and the ability to conveniently stack two reverb effects. Even Paul White of Sound on Sound has great things to say about it, describing it as being "far more flexible than most reverb pedals" and praising it for its "excellent reverb quality".
This is a not the pedal for those who want conventional plug and play reverb. And there are a few who feel that the editor software needs a bit of improvement.
It's hard to beat the specs of the Source Audio Ventris, with its dual reverb design and 14 algorithms.
Although this was previously on our recommended list, there are now more highly rated options available which you can see in our guide to The Best Reverb Pedals + Delay Reverb Combos.