Vienna Suite Gets New Hybrid Reverb

Combines Convolution & Algorithmic Reverbs      01/06/11

Vienna Symphonic Library updated Vienna Suite with a new plugin, Hybrid Reverb. Hybrid Reverb combines convolution impulses with algorithmic reverb tails.

With the addition of Hybrid Reverb, Vienna Suite now includes 10 audio processing tools, with full 64-bit processing, supporting the formats AU, VST, VST3, and RTAS.

Features:

  • Combines natural convolution impulses (early reflections of up to 1 sec.) with rich algorithmic reverb tails.
  • The best of both worlds for a homogeneous and dense sound, meeting today’s most professional mixing standards.
  • Easy to use graphical interface.
  • Browse View with intuitive parameter access and Hybrid Overview Display.
  • Edit View with separate convolution and algorithmic sections providing extremely flexible editing options.
  • Real-time envelope and graphical equalizer display.
  • Great variety of presets in the categories of room, chamber, church, hall, plate, scoring.
  • Full 64-bit audio processing.

You can preview Hybrid Reverb with the videos above and below. 

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