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LiquidSonics releases Reverberate (and Reverberate LE beta)
LiquidSonics has released Reverberate, a highly efficient convolution audio processor offering true zero-latency operation for two separate, stereo impulse responses.
Reverberate seeks to provide a richer and more dynamic sounding reverb from impulse responses by optionally modulating an amalgamation of two, separately controllable IRs using an LFO. Further modulation is possible using the post-processing effects; an all-pass interpolator chorus provides a fuller sound and an over-sampled analogue prototype paragraphic equaliser is provided with dual LFOs. These features make for a livelier sound than typically associated with some convolution reverbs, at a very competitive price.
- Stereo convolution reverb.
- Dual IR for true-stereo capability.
- Zero latency (or select up to 8192 samples latency).
- Wav, Aiff and Flac support.
- ADSHR envelopes.
- 50%-150% stretch.
- Double oversampled IR-EQ.
- Pre-delay up to 500ms.
- Linear-interpolation chorus.
- Post EQ with LFO modulation.
Reverberate is currently available as a VST plug-in for Windows PC for £30 GBP (~$50 USD).
LiquidSonics has also released Reverberate LE (beta), a freeware version which includes essentials of Reverberate, but distilled and extended.
A traditional, single channel stereo convolution reverb with an oversampled paragraphic EQ. Available in native CPU and CUDA editions.
More information: LiquidSonics