Acon Digital DeVerberate provides a graphical interface for controlling direct and reverberated signal levels in digital audio tracks using advanced algorithms, in order to either reduce or increase this effect, depending on the user's preference.

The complete package includes a x86 and x64 plugin for VST, along with an AAX plugin for ProTools. At this phase, it's evident that you must have a compatible VST application installed to be able to use this plugin. Once setup is over, you can access DeVerberate from the host's UI.

The goal of this tool is to separate the direct and reflected signals, regardless of the number of audio channels involved. A histogram is shown to help you easily visualize these two signals, ranging from spectral level to emphasis filter. The levels resulted by dividing the signals can be then manipulated independently, in order to either attenuate or boost reverberation.

As far as configuration settings are concerned, you can set the reverb time (in seconds), enable automatic estimation for the reverb time, change the input reverb level (dB), as well as set the output dry and reverb levels.

Furthermore, you can use spectral smoothing to hide artifacts after decreasing the reverberation tail, as well as use a difference monitoring tool to listen to the signal while it's being removed. There's also an emphasis filter for applying frequency weighting to the reverb profile. Preset profiles can be modified from a header in the main window of Acon Digital DeVerberate, where it's possible to undo and redo modifications in a jiffy.

All aspects considered, Acon Digital DeVerberate delivers a straightforward solution for manipulating reverberation levels on digital audio tracks. It comes packed with a wide range of practical settings that can be easily configured.