Teragon Audio Convolver is described as 'Convolver is designed to do realtime convolution using impulse responses. It has a built-in file browser, gain adjustment, and can do high/low-pass filtering, which are applied to the impulse response directly before convolution'. There are six alternatives to Teragon Audio Convolver for Windows, Mac and Linux. The best alternative is Audio Ease Altiverb. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Freeverb3. Other great apps like Teragon Audio Convolver are Voxengo Pristine Space (Paid), Christian Knufinke SIR2 (Paid), Waves IR-1 (Paid) and Avid Space (Paid).
Freeverb3 is a sound processing library which includes sampling rate scaling enabled version of freeverb with some fixes, extended implementation of NReverb by CCRMA, implementation of impulse response convolution reverb, FIR filter constructor, band splitter, softknee/hardknee...
SIR2 is an easy to use native audio-plugin to use for high quality reverberation. It's available for the plugin formats VST and AudioUnit. It offers zero-latency processing with low CPU-consumption and non-destructive audio processing of impulse responses.
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Space is the ultimate Pro Tools reverb for music and post-production applications. From the largest concert hall to the densest plate reverb, Space delivers the pristine sound of natural reverb spaces with the familiar controls used in high end hardware reverb units.