PowerCore Goes Classic

New ClassicVerb features all new algorithms      27/08/02


We've long been fans of the TC Works PowerCore DSP card here at Sonic - if you don't believe me - read our reviews.
Proving that TC Works are clearly upholding their commitment to the platform, they've announced the release of ClassicVerb - an all new reverb algorithm. ClassicVerb has been modelled on a world renowned studio reverb to achieve its distinctive rich and textured classic reverb sound. ClassicVerb s algorithm is following a completely different design philosophy and is unlike any reverb TC Works has done in the past, offering a completely different sound from MegaReverb. Apart from the elegant user interface, ClassicVerb features a choice of modulation types for sonically rich timbres. Fifteen room types provide a wealth of different unique spaces, featuring Halls, Plates, Cathedral, Spring as well as three rooms tuned especially for vocal processing. 2 instances of the Plug-In require only one single DSP to run, allowing a total of up to 8 ClassicVerbs on a single Powercore still leaving room for some other Plug-Ins like EQs. 24/96 is supported. From October 2002 Powercore will include:
  • Chorus/Delay
  • EQSat
  • VoiceStrip
  • Vintage CL
  • PowerCore 01 Synth
  • MegaReverb
  • ClassicVerb ClassicVerb will be available as a free download from TC Works website to all existing and new Powercore users from October 2002.
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