Waves has introduced the new IR-Live Convolution Reverb, customized for live sound use. A spokesperson told us, "With IR-Live, FOH/live sound engineers now have virtual access to the magic of convolution-based reverb."
Here's the rest of what Waves has to say...
Like its predecessor, the acclaimed IR1, the IR-Live is convolution-based, using sound samples called "impulse responses" (or IRs for short.) Featuring a simple and intuitive interface, IR-Live is compatible with Waves MultiRack Native and SoundGrid® platforms, as well as all of IR1's acclaimed impulse responses, including those of world famous venues such as Wembley Stadium, CBGB's and the Grand Ole Opry. In addition, IR-Live includes samples of the world's best-sounding hardware reverb units.
Pricing and Availability:
Waves' IR-Live Convolution Reverb is now available with a U.S. MSRP of $250.00 and a special introductory price of $99.00
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