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TetraVerb User's Manual

Premium Quad-Mode Spring Reverb STUDIO FX Component Developed by Two notes Audio Engineering for use Exclusively Within GENOME

Important Notice

TetraVerb is a GENOME Component and as such requires a Two notes account and a full license to GENOME in order for the component to be used in a full-featured state. For pre-purchase demonstration purposes, TetraVerb can be demo’d for free within both a full-GENOME license variant and the 14-day GENOME trial accessible here. To obtain a full GENOME license, please head to


The complete electronic version of this manual, and the related TetraVerb software application, are subject to updates without notice. To download the most up-to-date manual for TetraVerb and GENOME - alongside user guides for all Two notes Audio Engineering products - head over to the Two notes Audio Engineering website.

This manual describes the use, features and functionality of Two notes’ TetraVerb in tandem with the GENOME plugin application, detailing comprehensive instructions for its intended operation. It is highly recommended that you read this document before using the software. The contents of this manual have been thoroughly verified and is believed, unless stated otherwise, to accurately describe the product at the time of download availability from the Two notes Audio Engineering website.

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This document is the exclusive property of OROSYS SAS. In the interest of product development, OROSYS SAS reserves the right to change technical specifications, modify and/or cease production without prior notice. OROSYS SAS cannot be held responsible for any damage, accidental or otherwise, that results from inappropriate use of both the TetraVerb and the GENOME parent application. Please refer to the safety instructions, installation guidelines, licensing, free trial, and minimum software requirements included in the full GENOME User Guide for further reference pertaining to TetraVerb’s parent application GENOME.

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Whether it’s embellishing your tone with a smattering of authentic retro vibe, or simply harnessing the one-of-a-kind gritty texture akin to a studio-grade Spring Reverb, GENOME’s premium TetraVerb STUDIO FX component delivers on any mandate.

Inspired by iconic reverb units including Fender®’s ‘63 Tube Reverb Unit, Roland’s RE-201 Spring component and Gibbs® embedded tank heritage, TetraVerb has been engineered to empower players of all walks with the crux of a modern day verb legacy.

Please note: TetraVerb has been specifically voiced for positioning prior to any cabinet emulation; as such, please experiment positioning the TetraVerb component before or after any amp emulation components in the GENOME architecture.

The following parameters are available within the TetraVerb Component

  • GAIN: Sets the amount of tube-style gain applied to the preamp section of TetraVerb with a Gain range of 0-30dB
  • TANK: Sets the reverb tank model used within the current instance of TetraVerb; available options include:
    • SHORT: With this tank emulation, a dual spring model is used resulting in a short and bright tonal response
    • LUSH: With this tank emulation, a dual spring model is used resulting in a Space Echo-inspired tonal response
    • BALANCED: With this tank emulation, a tri-spring model is used resulting in a Spring ‘63-esc tonal response
  • VINTAGE:With this tank emulation, a dual spring model is used resulting in a slow, full-bodied and mid-range focussed vintage-inspired tonal response
  • LENGTH: Determines the length of the Spring Engine’s diffusion utilised by the instantiated TANK emulation; use this parameter to create longer reverbs and enhance the width of the reverb effect
  • TONE: Controls the tone of the affected signal, from dark to bright
  • DRY/WET: Controls the volume of the affected reverb signal relative to the input signal
  • WIDTH: Sets the stereo width of the affected reverb signal
  • TENSION:Sets the tension of the emulated springs resulting in a change of the speed at which the spring vibrates; use this parameter to alter the modelled spring’s tightness or looseness
  • FLAT/SPANK:When Spank is selected, a presence boost is added at 2kHz

Technical Support

Should you encounter a problem with your product or need general assistance regarding your purchase, Two notes Audio Engineering has developed an on-line service to provide you with fast and efficient technical support, the Two notes Help Desk. Here you can submit a ticket and a member of our support team will be glad to assist you in your enquiry.

In addition, for common questions and general reference, don't hesitate to browse the Knowledgebase.

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