AriesCode has announced version 0.7 (beta) of AriesVerb, a reverb effect plug-in for Windows.
The most important improvement this time was filling in the blanks in the modulation section. AriesVerb can now be considered feature-complete as far as the DSP engine is concerned.
The added capabilities make it possible to configure the interpolating delay lines of AriesVerb as a granular pitch shifter! A whole new category of presets was dedicated to this topic. Be sure to check out the surprisingly good sounding >>SubOctaveSynthesizer<<!
All delay presets have been updated to use the new tempo-sync capability. The hosts current tempo is also displayed on the information page.
Changes since AriesVerb v0.6 beta
- Version 0.7
- added new presets, many reorganized and improved
- added second LFO plus LFO wave shapes and missing mod targets
- added tempo sync capability to the time base
- added units selection to the time base (seconds, Hertz, beats)
- added an SSE1 engine for compatibility with older processors
- fixed cpu overhead caused by gui redraw
- fixed *.fxp extension in save dialog
- Version 0.6.5
- runs in Sonar
- Version 0.6.4
- runs without resize problems in CuBase
- ctrl-v (paste) for text input (license key)
- Version 0.6.3
- keyboard input is forwarded to the host (space key to start/stop)
- fixed denormal problem
- fixed window resize in Reaper
- fixed problem with dead processing after recall
- fixed display bug in echogram
AriesVerb v0.7 beta will soon be available. In the meantime you can already get familiar with the new version by reading the manual (.pdf).