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LiquidSonics updates Reverberate to v1.301

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LiquidSonics Reverberate

LiquidSonics has released version 1.301 of Reverberate, a reverb effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Changes in Reverberate v1.301

  • OS X: Active area in splash screen to register license files updated.
  • All: New sample browser added.
  • All: Improved support for SDIR files.
  • All: Fix for true stereo file auto-pairing file selection.
  • All: All locations saved in the IR favourites menu are searched if the plug-in encounters lost files.

Reverberate is available as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU), priced at £30 GBP.

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LiquidSonics updates Reverberate to v1.250

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LiquidSonics Reverberate

LiquidSonics has released version 1.250 of Reverberate, a reverb effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Changes in Reverberate v1.250

  • All: Added function to down-sample the plug-in when running above 48 kHz to reduce CPU consumption in hosts running at high sample rates.
  • All: Sample rate independence mode added so that moving between sample rates in hosts does not change the IR gain and filtering characteristics of Reverberate. When this mode is set (as is now the default) IR gain is independent of the host sample rate, and the filters are limited to a maximum frequency of 22 kHz rather than being set as the Nyquist of the sample rate. A compatibility mode is available (see ‘Settings’, ‘Sample Rate Dependence’, ‘Host Rate Dependent’) for users with presets or songs used with sample rates other than 44.1 kHz that may now change when running in the default ‘Host Rate Independent’ mode.
  • All: The core convolver now more evenly distributes CPU load where projects have multiple instances of Reverberate loaded concurrently. This is especially noticeable in high sample rate projects with multiple instances of Reverberate loaded.
  • All: VU meters now only show as red when the audio is above 0dBFS.
  • PC: Support for Aiff files in .aiff format extensions (as opposed to just *.aif) in IR open dialog box.
  • OS X: IR navigation buttons now correctly function with aiff files.

Reverberate is available as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU), priced at £30 GBP.

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LiquidSonics updates Reverberate to v1.240

LiquidSonics Reverberate

LiquidSonics has released version 1.240 of Reverberate, a reverb effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

A pair of stereo zero-latency convolution processors coupled with modulating post-effects for a richer, more dynamic convolution reverb.

Changes since Reverberate v1.206

  • All: Added additional modulation options into the IR mixer to facilitate modulation of the balance of the wet IR1 and IR2 signals. A phase control is provided to allow modulation of the IRs to be set relative to each other’s position in the modulation cycle.
  • All: Factory presets modified to take advantage of the new pan modulation capabilities.
  • All: Fixed an issue with auto pairing if L, R, and C files are present in the same directory.
  • All: The contrast on the grey navigation and eject buttons has been increased.
  • OS X AU and VST: Fixed an issue where truncated OS X long file names were causing left/right navigation buttons to fail in some cases.
  • OS X AU: Since AU hosts do not support loading FXB files, the AU now includes an option to load an FXB bank from the settings tab’s bank/preset options menu (note the updated preset names do not propagate through to the host’s preset lists). Furthermore, presets can now be selected via the settings tab’s bank/preset options menu (AU only) to enable loaded bank files to be navigated once the preset names have changed.
  • OS X AU: Work-around for PDC bug in AU implemented such that only zero latency mode is supported when running the AU plug-in.

Reverberate is available as a VST effect plug-in for Windows PC for £30 GBP.

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LiquidSonics updates Reverberate to v1.209

LiquidSonics Reverberate

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.

More information: LiquidSonics / Reverberate

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LiquidSonics releases Reverberate LE and Filtrate LE v1.0 + Reverberate v1.206

LiquidSonics Filtrate LE

LiquidSonics has released version 1.0 of Reverberate LE and Filtrate LE, two free VST effect plug-ins for Windows PC.

Reverberate LE is a highly efficient convolution audio processor, while Filtrate LE provides a linear phase 5-band paragraphic equaliser. Both plug-ins are available in a standard CPU edition and a version taking advantage of NVIDIA CUDA for the main convolution processing tasks reducing CPU usage where a G80* and above compatible card is found in the system.

LiquidSonics has also released version 1.206 of Reverberate, a highly efficient convolution audio processor offering true zero-latency operation for two separate, stereo impulse responses.

Changes in Reverberate v1.206

  • Fix for a mixdown issue in Adobe Audition.
  • Chorus memory indexing bugfix causing a crash on OS X.
  • Chorus 1/2 toggle click bugfix.
  • OS X private beta – release 1
  • Updated to use VSTGUI 3.5 from VSTGUI 3.0 for OS X build.
  • Two additional chorus modules (one for IR1 and one for IR2) have been added for use pre-mix in addition to the existing post-mix chorus module. This allows for chorus or modulating pitch effects to be used on IRs independently.
  • Chorus copy/reset command now has a copy/paste function to move settings between IR1, IR2 and post-mix choruses.
  • A full preset reset now updates the program name in the host presets list (where this is supported by the host).
  • All error notifications are now modal on the host window.
  • Output buffers are now cleared when toggling IR1/IR2 on and off and when the host calls the resume function (e.g. at the start of a mix-down).

Reverberate is available as a VST effect plug-in for Windows PC for £30 GBP (Mac OS X VST and AU versions are currently in development and are expected to see a release in Q4 2009).

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LiquidSonics updates Reverberate to v1.100

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LiquidSonics Reverberate

LiquidSonics has released version 1.100 of Reverberate, a pair of stereo zero-latency convolution processors coupled with modulating post-effects for a richer, more dynamic convolution reverb.

Changes in Reverberate to v1.100

  • Manual updated.
  • Fixed file pairing mode bug when using parallel stereo mode.
  • Increased the IR limit to 2 minutes at 44.1k and 1 minute at 88k to accommodate very long IR files in response to user testing.
  • Added an option to ignore the global wet solo override mode (useful for using Reverberate as a send effect most of the time and choosing a specific instance to use as an insert on an individual basis). Setting is saved with the patch.
  • Added a topology control to enable (i) pre-convolution mono mixdown feeding a stereo convolution, (ii) parallel stereo and (iii) true stereo modes for both IR1/IR2 containers. This enables IR modulation in all 3 topology modes (it was previously not possible to modulate two true stereo IRs) and improves compatability with hard panned left/right audio sources.
  • The IR1 and IR2 containers now provide the option to load two stereo impulse responses for use in true stereo mode (termed IR1-A/IR1-B and IR2-A/IR2-B) for a total of 4 concurrent stereo convolution channels.
  • Introduced an IR reverse control to enable reversed reverb effects.
  • Changed IR1-to-IR2 and IR2-to-IR1 buttons to provide more detailed copy and reset functionality.
  • Added IR delete buttons to unload the currently loaded IR.
  • Settings moved on to a new ‘Settings’ tab.
  • Added an option to choose between factory defaults, empty, or user selected initial presets for new instances.
  • Added an auto-pairing option for automatically seeking pairs of true stereo IRs when matching a naming convention (L/R., Left/Right.). This is the default behaviour on installation.
  • Added critical sections around parameter change notification to mitigate against a rare ‘missed’ IR update change bug.

Reverberate is available as a VST plug-in for Windows PC for £30 GBP (~$50 USD). A 30-day demo version is available for download from the product page.

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LiquidSonics updates Reverberate to v1.008

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LiquidSonics Reverberate

LiquidSonics has released version 1.008 of 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.

Changes in Reverberate since v1.006

  • Installer detects previous installations and sets more suitable default parameters.
  • Re-working of internal critical sections for increased stability and speed by using fewer locking mechanisms.
  • Modified IR computation worker thread priority restoration on destructor.
  • Larger VU meters.
  • Moved from keys to license file based authorisation scheme.
  • Splash screen displays days left in demo.
  • Demo counter is reset for all versions prior to 1.008.

Reverberate is available as a VST plug-in for Windows PC for £30 GBP (~$50 USD).

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LiquidSonics updates Reverberate to v1.005

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LiquidSonics Reverberate

LiquidSonics has released version 1.005 of 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.

Changes since Reverberate v1.002

  • Upgrades to facilitate x64 build.
  • Fix for chorus module when used at extreme settings.
  • Added an additional preset to demonstrate how to use the chorus module to achieve a pitch shifting effect.
  • Includes a new facility to duplicate IR settings from 1 to 2 and 2 to 1.
  • Latency modification message box notification is now modal in the same way as the file loading dialog box.
  • Fixed a bug with the user notification of zero latency mode configuration.
  • Added a user selection pull-down menu to set the default IR file dialog location to either the most recently used, the current IR directory (this is context sensitive so the eject buttons respond to the location of the IR loaded depending which button IR1/2 is used) or an option to always load from a preset directory that can be specified by the user (defaults to c:\ until changed).
  • The manual has been updated to reflect new imagery and provides more details on using the new features.

Reverberate is available as a VST plug-in for Windows PC for £30 GBP (~$50 USD).

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