Note: this post is from 2009, outbound links may be broken.
Empty Room Systems releases EMpTy 250
Empty Room Systems has released EMpTy 250, a software reverb effect plug-in for Windows.
After months of research and tweaks this reverb, based on the first digital reverb machine (the EMT-250), is now available for purchase. The EMT-250 is known for the very sweet character of its reverb and is used on a lot of famous recordings. It is the favorite reverb for a lot of award winning engineers. Real EMT-250’s are rare and other solutions for obtaining similar results were expensive or unnecessarily complex – until now! With the release of EMpTy 250 this ear candy becomes affordable for each studio and engineer!
EMpTy 250 is not yet another reverb plugin. The character of its sound is unique and sets it apart from other reverb plugins or dedicated hardware reverbs. EMpTy 250 is now available as a VST plugin and is also available as a patch for the Eventide® H8000 and H7500. The plugin can be used in any DAW software supporting Steinberg®’s VST-format, like for example Nuendo, Cubase, Adobe Audition, Reaper, VSThost etc. and does not need any internal DSP card, external box or dongle or special drivers to function. A demo version, which is fully functional and looks identical to the full version, but inserts noise into the output signal every 15 seconds, is available for evaluation of the reverb. A 5.1 version has also been planned.
EMpTy 250 is available as a VST effect plug-in for Windows PC (and as a patch for the Eventide H8000 & H7500), currently priced at 149 EUR until 31 December, 2009.
More information: Empty Room Systems