New Convolution Reverb Libraries

Studiodevices releases Lexicography Vol.1 and Vol.2      22/12/08
New Convolution Reverb Libraries


Studiodevices has released two new professional impulse responses libraries. Here's what they have to say in their press release...
After the popular and professional impulse responses library Bree Casedy and the studio convolution plug-in Reflection LE, we are proud to present the new impulse responses libraries Lexicography Vol.1 and Vol.2. With an amount of over 2.3 GB, these impressive collections sound stunning detailed and were produced using the most expansive and most wanted American reverberators known today. The ultra high density 24 bit and 96 kHz impulse-responses are capable to meet the highest demands. Every impulse-response is available in stereo und true-stereo and comes with the same quality and professionalism as the Bree Casedy Library. The basic sound-character differs of course for a perfect addendum to your musical output.
The Lexicography Libraries can be used with any convolution plug-in available.
Compatible with:
  • Studiodevices Reflections LE
  • Voxengo Pristine Space
  • Cakewalk Perfect Space
  • Waves IR 1
  • Audioease Altiverb
  • Logic Spacedesigner
  • Prosoniq Rayverb
  • Christian Knufinke SIR
  • Magix Samplitude
  • NI Kontakt 2
  • Wizoo W2
  • Tascam Gigapulse
  • TL Space
Pricing and Availability:
Lexicography Vol.1 and Vol.2 Libraries are available immediately in the online-shop for each 79 Euros or both in the Lexicography Bundle for 139 Euro. Lexicography Libraries are available via download or CD-ROM (+ extra fee) More information and MP3 demo:
  • studiodevices.com

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