PianoVerb Is Back For Christmas

PSP freebie plug-in reproduces the reverberation originally provided by piano strings      08/12/10

PianoVerb Is Back For Christmas


PSP Audioware tell us that to celebrate Santa Claus day they are re-releasing their freeware PSP PianoVerb plug-in which reproduces the special kind of reverberation originally provided by piano strings. Here's what they have to say...
PSP PianoVerb reproduces special kind of reverberation originally provided by piano strings. It generates reverberation using twelve string operators with adjustable damping and decay time. Each of them is tuned to a particular note starting from A(55Hz) to a G#(103.8Hz). The PSP PianoVerb string system can be transposed in the range of +-24 semitones, tuned within a range of +-100 cents and be detuned as well. Transposing to lower octaves produces a bigger and less resonant sound similar to traditional reverbs, while in turn transposing to higher octaves produces a very bright harp-like effect. Pricing and Availability:
PSP PianoVerb (1.7.0) is a freeware plug-in but requires authorization. To get your unique authorization details (name & key) you need only to have an active account at PSP's registering center. More information:

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