A Simulated Plateful Of Reverb

Audio Damage Launches Reverence Digital Plate Reverb Simulator Plug-In      23/08/06
A Simulated Plateful Of Reverb


Studio reverb from a real electro-mechanical plate has a unique sound that the early digital reverb processors sought to recreate, now we have Reverence, a plate reverb simulation plug-in inspired by that vintage digital hardware.
Audio Damage say that It faithfully recreates the thick sonic character and easy-to-use interface of those early units, while providing the low noise floor and big headroom inherent in modern software-based reverb.
Audio Damage believe that Reverence is perfect for synths, vocals, and guitar but is also capable of creating the unusual effects that are typical of vintage hardware units.
Reverence is available as a VST effect for Windows, and as an AudioUnit / VST effect bundle for OSX Universal Binary. Audio Damage tell us that it has a much lower CPU load than convolution reverbs, and can be used as either a send or insert effect.
Features:
  • Simple-to-use reverb settings, with pre-delay, time, and size, plus an extensive filtering section to shape the reverb tail
  • Fluid and logical vintage-style user interface
  • Optimized reverb algorithm for low CPU load
  • MIDI Learn feature for full hardware control of all parameters (VST only; handled by host in AudioUnits version)
Pricing and Availability:
    Available from the website $39 USD
More information:
  • www.audiodamage.com

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