Note: this post is from 2009, outbound links may be broken.
LiquidSonics updates Reverberate to v1.209
LiquidSonics has released version 1.209 of Reverberate, a highly efficient convolution audio processor offering true zero-latency operation for two separate, stereo impulse responses.
Along with the Windows 32- and 64-bit downloads, the first public Mac OS X VST and AU beta versions are available.
Changes since Reverberate v1.206
- All: Added fine-grain control mode for higher accuracy while holding down shift and dragging in slider mode.
- All: The user can now select the default dials mode (circular, relative circular, linear). The default is circular.
- All: Wet lock is now initialised correctly when the GUI is not initially displayed.
- All: Changed IR envelope and EQ visualisation graphics to allow for drawing optimisations resulting in improved GUI drawing speed.
- All: Parameter update optimisations to reduce disk access frequency.
- All: Fix for a crash if the system runs out of memory when allocating space for IRs.
- OS X: Improved lost files support (now works the same as in Windows).
- OS X: Improved AU validator reliability.
- Fix for the resampler which was incorrectly cropping the beginning of IRs (especially noticeable on cabinet IRs).
- All of the IR files stored within a bank are now validated for presence on disk when loading banks improving workflow.
- Fix for notification of lost files when GUI is not open which could cause a crash.
- Further work to fix the mixdown issue in Adobe Audition first addressed in 1.206.
- Position of the IR1/IR2 mix LFO now initialises randomly.
Reverberate is available as a VST effect plug-in for Windows PC for £30 GBP.