Now I'm sure many of you have heard, or maybe even attempted yourself, a type of reverb using freeware or shareware software like Audacity. More than often this turns out echoey, slightly doubled, or has too much of a "singing in the shower" like sound to it.
If the above describes you or someone you know, I have finally found a VST that will solve all your problems (well there may be exceptions... who knows >.<).
The reverb VST is called Ambience and you can get it here: http://magnus.smartelectronix.com/#Ambience
I am currently using the VST with Audacity and it works great. I imagine it would also be compatible with other Audio Editing software. The plugin for mac is an Apple Audio unit, which is different from a VST but works pretty much the same. The VST version is also available for older macs (pre intel)
Ambience has many presets that you can use, in addition to controls that you can make your own reverb effect with. I suppose if you don't know how to use reverb controls that you could just play with it until the preview gives you the desired effect.
Zelda Twilight Princess Ambience Reverb Sample.mp3
Clip from my The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess - Links Meets Princess Zelda Clipdub
Setting Used: Pady-Vocal-Easy
Another setting from the same plugin was used on ConVito's voice for reverb in the dub. I think it was Amoebe-Hall (I dont' remember if that was it).