Acon Digital Releases Verberate

New plug-in for realistic simulation of acoustical spaces      03/12/13
Acon Digital Releases Verberate


Acon Digital have released Verberate, which they describe as an algorithmic reverb plug-in that simulates real acoustical spaces with a high degree of realism. This is what they have to say about it:

Several conventional building blocks in traditional digital reverb design have been replaced by novel methods that allow Verberate to produce convincing early reflections as well as the dense reverberation tails that characterize impulse response measurements of real acoustical spaces. These are important factors for a clean and unobtrusive sonic quality and a reverb that blends seamlessly into a mix.

This is the reverb for those who like clean and realistic reverbs like convolution reverbs, but are in need of more flexibility and tweaking possibilities without sacrificing realism. An additional bonus is the reduced CPU usage compared to convolution reverbs.

A large catalog of factory presets along with a clear and to-the-point graphical user interface simplifies the search for the sound you have in mind. As with all Acon Digital plug-ins, functionality and audio quality are the top priorities.

Highlights

  • Highly realistic simulation of real acoustical spaces
  • True stereo processing
  • Uncluttered user interface
  • Sensible set of parameters
  • Low CPU usage compared to convolution reverbs

 

Acon Digital Verberate is available for both Windows (PC) and OS X (Macintosh). Both 32 and 64 bit versions are available, and the plug-in formats VST and Audio Units (OS X only) are supported.

Pricing and Availability:
$99.90 USD

More information:

 

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