In the November 2005 Issue of Sound On Sound the accompanying DVD Disc contains a free reverberation impulse from the acclaimed "Pure Space Classical & Mysical RI" collection. More information on this product can be found at http://www.numericalsound.com/purespace.html
For users at this site who are unaware of this product. In the April 2005 Issue of Sound On Sound Martin Walker in a review writes:
These are amoung the cleanest and the most silky-smooth reverbs I've ever heard, with none of the grittiness, lumpiness or metallic overtones that characterize many synthesised reverbs. There are some gorgeous tails in there with oodles of character, and they encompass a huge range of decay 'timbres'.
I tried out these libraries with close -miked solo instruments, vocals and even anechoically-recorded orchestral snippets, and without exception they sounded very natural indeed, There are no small rooms (the smallest space in the Classical series has a two-second tail) but there are chambers, halls, churches, cathedrals, and magical spaces galore.
These are extremely professional libraries containin work created over ten years, ,,,. This is still far cheaper than buying a decent hardware reverb (that still probably won't sound as good), ...
,,, the Pure Space libraries are superb resources for professionals and won't disappoint.
Martin Walker Sound On Sound April 2005
Permission was obtained from 12 commercially released Classical Recordings (mostly European Recording Labels) that use the Pure Space RI's to post audio examples from these CD's. The specific reverb impulse used as well as the wet, dry and mixed perspectives are included. These audio examples can be heard at http://www.numericalsound.com/ri_classical.html