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Brickwall Audio releases Metal Cabs IR pack

Erik Ekholm Metal Cabs

Erik Ekholm of Brickwall Audio has announced the release of Metal Cabs, a free pack of high end impulses captured from various powerful guitar cabs.

10 IR’s captured using a Sm57 on a variety of 4×12 and 2×12 cabinets.

These impulses are especially tailored for heavy rhythm guitars and high gain distortion but they also sound great with clean sounds.

It is recommended you use an impulse loader such as LeCab2 or a hardware unit such as the Torpedo CAB.

The Metal Cabs pack is a free download.

More information: Erik Ekholm / Metal Cabs

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Vienna Symphonic Library releases MIRx for Vienna Instruments PRO

Vienna Symphonic Library has announced the release of MIRx, three MIRx Reverb Mixing Extensions for its proprietary sample player software Vienna Instruments PRO.

VSL MIRx onzerthaus Mozartsaal
MIRx Konzerthaus Grosser Saal reverb mixing extension in Vienna Instruments PRO.

Based on the company’s revolutionary MIR (Multi Impulse Response) convolution technology users can integrate the stunning acoustics of renowned concert halls and sound stages directly into Vienna Instruments PRO – at great prices. The new products MIRx Konzerthaus Grosser Saal, MIRx Konzerthaus Mozartsaal and MIRx Teldex Scoring Stage as well as the MIRx Bundle that includes all three venues are available at special introductory prices during the month of August, 2013. Additionally, the Viennese company offers a 35% discount on Vienna Instruments PRO when purchased together with any Vienna Instruments Collection between August 1 and August 31, 2013.

High-end Convolution Reverb from Vienna MIR PRO

Using pre-configured Multi Impulse Responses from the company’s highly acclaimed software Vienna MIR PRO and its RoomPacks, each instrument or ensemble loaded in Vienna Instruments PRO will find its perfect position on stage at the touch of a button. Users may select from three renowned venues that are available separately or as a bundle. While the Vienna Konzerthaus – Grosser Saal (Great Hall) with a total area of 9,900 square feet (920 m²) is the perfect venue for large symphonic and choral works, the smaller Mozartsaal (4,680 square feet/435 m²) offers an ideal setting for all types of chamber music, from string quartets to chamber orchestras. The famed Teldex Scoring Stage in Berlin has been used for recording purposes since the 1950s. With its 4,900 square feet (455 m²) hall it is still one of the largest private recording studios to achieve international standards. Hundreds of MIRx presets have been created by MIR project manager and esteemed audio engineer Dietmar “Dietz” Tinhof for specific instrumentations and stage settings, allowing for a perfectly balanced orchestral sound at any time. Users will get plenty of inspiration from new video tutorials and demo projects that are available for download at the company’s website.

The Vienna MIRx Reverb Mixing Extensions are available to purchase for the introductory price of 69 EUR each (regular 79 EUR), the MIRx Bundle is 175 EUR (regular 195 EUR). Upgrade paths from MIRx venues to Vienna MIR RoomPacks are available.

Coinciding with the release of the MIRx products the Vienna Symphonic Library is running a special offer for Vienna Instruments PRO during the month of August.

Customers get a 35% discount on Vienna Instruments PRO when purchasing the software together with any Vienna Instruments Collection (Standard Library or Extended Library) or a Special Edition Collection between August 1 and August 31, 2013.

More information: Vienna Symphonic Library / MIRx

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VirSyn releases AudioReverb for iOS

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VirSyn AudioReverb

VirSyn has announced the release of AudioReverb for iOS, a studio quality reverb for Audiobus and your iTunes music library.

AudioReverb is an algorithmic reverberation app which combines the flexibility of vintage algorithmic reverbs with the sonic quality of convolution based reverbs.

The creation of high quality reverb needs a realistic simulation of the important early reflections together with a smooth and colorless reverberation tail.

The early reflections are the most important clue for the human ear to get a feeling about the dimension and character of a room. Most algorithmic reverbs offer a number of different algorithms to simulate different natural rooms like chamber, halls or artificial ones like plates. AudioReverb uses impulse responses from real acoustic spaces and classical reverb algorithms to emulate their acoustical properties.

The resulting reverberation sets new standards in clarity and sense of space! Use AudioReverb for enhancing your listening experience with your favourite iTunes songs. Use AudioReverb as professional reverb plugin to improve the quality of any Audiobus compatible App.

AudioReverb features

  • Algorithmic reverb generation.
  • Smooth reverb tail generation.
  • Early Reflection Modelling.
  • 118 factory presets.
  • 4 Band Equalizer.
  • Audiobus compatible as input/effect/output.
  • Reverberate any song in your iTunes library.
  • Low latency live usage with mic and headphones.
  • Audio recorder.
  • Upload to SoundCloud and File Export.
  • Audio pasteboard for exchange with other Apps.

AudioReverb for iOS costs $9.99 USD.

More information: VirSyn / AudioReverb

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LiquidSonics updates Reverberate plugin to v1.800 (incl. AAX)

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LiquidSonics has released version 1.800 of Reverberate, a hybrid convolution reverb effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Reverberate 1.800 is the 100th point release of Reverberate and adds support for AAX whilst including lots of new IRs and a graphical refresh.

LiquidSonics Reverberate
Reverberate offers true zero-latency operation for two separate, stereo impulse responses.

Changes in Reverberate v1.800

  • Pro Tools 10.3.5 and Pro Tools 11 AAX support added for Mac and PC (32-bit and 64-bit included)
  • Refreshed the classic grey and green interface
  • Added a new Neon Blue skin
  • Many parameter values can now be edited via text entry for absolute precision
  • Recursive folder search for lost files feature added, items are specified in the Preset tab menu
  • Categorised presets are now provided on a drop-down menu in the presets tab
  • Included presets from OpenAirLib.net
  • Added IR1-IR2 mix gain control for mid-point level control enabling smoother IR transitions
  • Update for frequency selection bug in filters at rates other than 44.1 kHz in host independent mode
  • Demo 30-day counter reset to allow everybody to try the new features.

Reverberate for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX) is available to purchase for £50 GBP.

More information: LiquidSonics / Reverberate

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Plogue releases Chipcrusher bitcrusher, speaker simulator & noise machine

Plogue has announced the release of Chipcrusher, an advanced bitcrusher, a speaker simulator and noise machine effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Plogue Chipcrusher
Chipcrusher features DAC Encoding, Background Noise and Post-Processing.

It’s an audio effect which plays back input audio through a simulation of early lofi digital audio codecs (DAC Encoding), adds grit (Background Noise), and outputs through a selection of speaker and filter impulse responses (Post-Processing).

It can work as a VST/AU/RTAS plug-in for most major sequencing audio programs and supported tracker programs on Windows and OS X.

There is a wide spectrum of results achievable with chipcrusher. Here’s a few use cases:

  • Uniquely destroy/mangle a beat, a guitar or any other audio track.
  • Play single hits and emulate the sound of old samplers.
  • Add ‘accurate dirt’ to chipsounds’s output.
  • Etc.

Chipcrusher for Windows and Mac is available to purchase for $39 ex. VAT.

More information: Plogue / Chipcrusher

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Patchpool releases Flagolet Guitar & Surreal Snippets for Kontakt

Patchpool has announced the release of Flagolet Guitar and Surreal Snippets, two Kontakt sample libraries created from excerpts from previously released soundsets for Camel Audio’s Alchemy.

Patchpool Flagolet Guitar
Flagolet Guitar for Kontakt is taken from the Warped Strings soundset.

This soundset contains 4 guitar flagolet patches played on an acoustic western guitar and sampled in L-C-R using 3 high quality Neumann microphones. These samples and their electronic derivatives were originally produced for my Alchemy Bank Warped Strings.

Flagolet Guitar features

  • Kontakt 4, 66.6 MB unzipped, 48Khz/24Bit/stereo.
  • Includes 4 nkis/Instruments.
  • 38 Samples compressed using Kontakt’s ncw format.
  • 2 Impulse Responses.

The Flagolet Guitar for Kontakt costs 7.50 EUR.

Patchpool Surreal Snippets
Surreal Snippets is the first excerpt from Alchemistry Beyond for Alchemy.

This patch uses 5 instrumental snippets recorded during an improvisation wih several musicians and originally belongs to my Alchemy Bank Alchemistry Beyond. These snippets were later processed with various tools and all are split across the keyboard.

Surreal Snippets features

  • Kontakt 4, 33.2 MB unzipped, 48Khz/24Bit/stereo.
  • 1 nki/Instrument.
  • 5 Samples compressed using Kontakt’s ncw format.

Surreal Snippets costs 4.50 EUR.

Customers who bought Warped Strings and/or Alchemistry Beyond can get the respective Kontakt packs at no cost.

More information: Patchpool

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Particular releases Spectrality – Spatial Impulses

Particular Audio Spatial Impulses

Particular Audio has launched Spectrality – Spatial Impulses, a collection of 269 impulse files.

Particular paint the world in color with Spectrality – Spatial Impulses; dimensional impulses of harmonic backdrops, singularity warps and a soothing plunge into the deepest interstellar space. Suitable for just any style needing a bit of unconventional acoustics.

This second installment in the Spectrality series is mostly created by sending something electronic – synthesizers or weird recordings – into a diverse range of effects and then through some analogue goodness on it’s way back. The result ranges from soothing depths to plain beautiful weirdness, and all in between.

The sample library costs £24.95 GBP.

More information: Particular / Spectrality Spatial Impulses

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