Reverb From The Great Pyramid

Altiverb 7 adds impulse responses from the Great Pyramid and Wembley stadium      03/02/12
Reverb From The Great Pyramid


Audio Ease have been in touch to tell us that they will continue to release free new impulse responses for Altiverb 7. They tell us that it is their intention to add another decade of monthly impulse response releases.
They say that they are celebrating their intentions by kicking off 2012's series of impulse responses with London's Wembley stadium, sampled through the PA of the last Take That Tour, followed next month by the King's Chamber of the Great Pyramid of Giza (Cheops). More material slated for 2012 includes recording sessions from Paris, Antwerp Belgium, Nashville USA, and more exciting recordings from India.
  • Altiverb 7 users can update for free to Altiverb 7.0.4. This new version can download and install the fresh Wembley impulse response directly from within the plug-in.
  • Altiverb 7 impulse responses have considerable advantages over Altiverb 6 impulse responses. For one thing, the new IRs contain spectral and temporal data that allows them to be compared to others for Altiverb 7's "show similar sounding IRs" button.
  • Altiverb 7 impulse responses come in an entirely new format, allowing single file downloads that include all channel configurations, spectral data, 360 surround movies, pictures, and textual tags for easier finding and sorting. Future Audio Ease impulse response releases will be exclusively for Altiverb 7.
  • Altiverb 7 is backward compatible with Altiverb 6, so Altiverb 7 loads perfectly in all Altiverb 6 songs and projects.
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