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TC Electronic intros Reverb 8 for System 6000

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TC Electronic has announced Reverb 8, a new infinite channel reverb algorithm for TC Electronic’s highly acclaimed System 6000 audio processing platform.

TC Electronic Reverb 8

A single System 6000 MKII frame is capable of running two Reverb 8 instances, delivering 16 output channels of ultra-realistic space. For an even higher channel count, multiple System 6000 MKII frames can be linked in a network, offering reverb for virtually any channel-count.

Reverb 8 may be fed with any input signal – mono, stereo, 5.1, 7.1, etc. – and deliver to an infinite number of output channels, perfectly suited for e.g. Dolby Atmos (up to 62.2 surround), Barco Auro (11.1 surround) or NHK’s multichannel broadcast format Super Hi-Vision (22.2 surround). In short, Reverb 8 goes from mono to infinity, or anywhere in between.

“For more than two decades of developing and refining some of the world’s finest room simulators, we have had the infinite “Lego brick” reverb as a goal. One missing link was the ability to add credible envelopment without artifacts even when a source already contained plenty of spatial information, for instance natural reverb from a microphone pick-up,” says Thomas Lund, CTO for Broadcast & Production at TC Electronic. “Reverb 8 has that essential quality without reverting to modulation. At the same time, high density distribution is becoming available. We’re confident artists, producers and audiences everywhere will reckon the super-natural 3D sound improvement Reverb 8 has to offer.”

Reverb 8 is available to purchase for $1,825 USD. It is also available as part of Film 6000. Reverb 8 is compatible with the System 6000 MKII mainframe only.

More information: TC Electronic / Reverb 8

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Exponential Audio updates Stereo Reverbs to v2.0.0 & Surround Reverbs to v1.0.1

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Exponential Audio has announced the release of version 2 of its PhoenixVerb and R2 stereo reverb plugins, and version 1.0.1 of the PhoenixVerb & R2 Surround reverb plugins.

PhoenixVerb Surround

PhoenixVerb and R2 v2.0.0

This new version features a radically redesigned GUI with a modern appearance and improved visibility. Simple navigation and overall ease-of-use remain the same. The plugins are fully-compatible with earlier versions.

There are many additional features which have been adapted from the popular Exponential Audio surround reverbs. These include the Favorites list and user-controllable CPU load-balancing for increased processor efficiency. There are several new preferences to help tailor the plugins to the user’s way of working. And finally each plugin has dozens of new presets, making it even easier to find the right sound for the application.

PhoenixVerb Surround and R2 Surround v1.0.1

This new version adds support for several new workstations, along with bug fixes and dozens of new presets.

PhoenixVerb and R2 are available to purchase for $199 USD and $299 USD repspectively, PhoenixVerb Surround and R2 Surround are $359 USD and $459 USD respectively. Bundle packages are also available. The updates are free to all current users.

More information: Exponential Audio

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Grant Nelson releases Lexicon 480L impulse response library

Grant Nelson has announced that his personal library of Lexicon 480L IR’s is now available to download.

About 12 years ago I sat down and recorded a complete set of impulse responses from the legendary & industry standard Lexicon 480L digital reverb unit. In fact it’s the very same one that you can see the remote control unit for in this picture below…

Grant Nelson's Lexicon 480L

The reason for doing this was so that I could have a “virtual” 480L inside the box in my Pro Tools rig via Audio Ease‘s excellent Altiverb plug-in.

They sounded amazing too, I A/B’d them next to the actual unit and for the most part you really couldn’t tell the difference. Anyway, I’ve used these IR’s on virtually every recording I’ve made over the past 10 or so years, they are my go to reverbs for vocals without question.

The IR library is a free download at Housecall FM.

More information: GN Lexicon 480L IR’s

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Acon Digital updates DeVerberate to v1.1 (incl. AAX)

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Acon Digital DeVerberate

Acon Digital has released version 1.1 of its DeVerberate, a plug-in that can attenuate or boost the reverberation present in recorded material.

Along with quality and user interface improvements, the new version also supports the AAX plug-in interface, thus allowing Acon Digital DeVerberate to be used in the AVID Pro Tools product family.

Changes in DeVerberate v1.1

  • Improved reverb reduction with less artifacts.
  • New spectral smoothing setting.
  • AAX support (including AudioSuite).
  • On / off toggles for the estimated dry and reverberation signals.
  • Difference monitoring.
  • Knobs with linear movement.
  • OS X 10.6 support.
  • Flat package format with certificate to avoid Gatekeeper alerts on Mac.

DeVerberate for Windows and Mac is available to purchase for $99.90 USD. The update is free for all DeVerberate customers.

More information: Acon Digital / DeVerberate

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WOK releases BIGREV reverb plugin

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WOK has announced the release of BIGREV, a reverb effect plugin for Windows, aimed for long and deep reverb tails.

WOK BIGREV

Although shorter reverb times are also adjustable, this plugin may not be the first choice for daily use but for special effects, e.g. ambient songs or eery atmospheres.

BIGREV is a free bonus for all customers with a purchase / donation made between Jan 01. and March 31. !(delivery starts at Jan 28.)

More information: WOK / BIGREV

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Saltline updates Drzewo Liść-verb plugin to v1.0.3

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Saltline Liść-verb

Saltline has announced version 1.0.3 of its Drzewo Liść-verb free reverb effect plugin for Windows.

Liść-verb is a great effect for creating space. From simple ambience or suggesting a sounds physical boundaries to other wordly effects. This humble delay/reverb plugin can be used aggressively or with sensitivity.

Changes in Liść-verb v1.0.3

  • New user interface.
  • Input filter LFO.
  • Reverb pre-delay.
  • Reverb/delay serial and parallel modes.
  • Delay fine rate adjust.
  • Effect bypass.
  • Simple preset manager.
  • Larger preset bank. (Check the preset page and Lisc-verb’s info page for more details).
  • View option changes waveform text to symbols.

The plug-in is a free download for Windows (VST) at Saltline. Donations are appreciated.

More information: Saltline / Liść-verb

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Avid releases Avid Space AAX – 850+ plug-ins now in 64-bit AAX format for Pro Tools 11

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Avid has announced that over 850 plug-ins from more than 80 Avid development partners are now available in the new 64-bit AAX format for Pro Tools 11, the digital audio workstation that sets a new standard for audio production.

Avid Space

Avid also announced that Avid Space, a premium reverb plug-in used by countless artists and music professionals, has now been released in the 64-bit AAX format. The release completes the transition of Avid-designed plug-ins to the new AAX format for Pro Tools 11 software.

“With over 10,000 Pro Tools|HDX systems sold, there is a fast-growing market for 64-bit AAX plug-ins, not only for Pro Tools|HDX but also for our S3L live system,” said Chris Gahagan, senior vice president of products and services at Avid. “More than 850 AAX plug-ins are now available for Pro Tools 11, offering audio professionals more power, higher audio quality, and easier methods to record, edit, and mix even the most demanding productions.”

Featuring 64-bit architecture and a new Avid Audio Engine, Pro Tools 11 provides several times more processing power than any previous Pro Tools release. The new AAX 64-bit plug-in format delivers more accessible RAM for increased speed and performance. These powerful new capabilities allow professionals to create faster and deliver higher quality, inspiring content.

Avid Space is a premium convolution reverb plug-in for Pro Tools music and post-production projects, available in 64-bit AAX Native, DSP, and AudioSuite formats. From large concert halls to dense plate reverbs, Space delivers the sounds of natural reverb spaces with familiar controls from high-end hardware reverb units. By combining the sampled acoustics of real reverb spaces with advanced DSP algorithms, Space offers full control of reverb parameters in mono, stereo, and surround formats.

“Avid has already changed the game endless times with their vast array of amazing plugins including the EQ 3, Pro Limiter, Pro Compressor, and others available for Pro Tools 11,” stated Junior Sanchez, remixer for artists including Madonna, Gorillaz, Daft Punk, Shakira, and more. “Now that Space is available in the 64-bit AAX format, along with a ton of other amazing Pro Tools plug-ins, now is the perfect time to upgrade to Pro Tools 11.”

The Space plug-in is available to purchase for $499 USD / £329 GBP / 399 EUR (prices exclude taxes). The Space upgrade from TL-Space is free of charge.

More information: Avid / Avid Space

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