Ben/Schulz has announced an update to the JP-ME-1 audio plugin, an effect that emulates a famous 1980ies digital reverb made by a well know Japanese manufacturer.
This update features the most often requested feature: 100% wet! The original hardware unit did mix in the dry signal at roughly -6.5 dB – which is fine when you’re a keyboard entertainer. But if you want to use JP-ME-1 as on a send bus this certainly was a limitation. Just hit the button labeled “FULL” to toggle into this mode.
Other changes in JP-ME-1 v1.1
- Re-enabled 32bit support for macOS.
- New crash reporting.
- Fixed AAX compatibility with older macOS versions.
JP-ME-1 comes in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats and standalone software for Windows and Mac. A license is free during the open beta period.
Other products at Ben/Schulz are available at a discount for the next two weeks. Use coupon code FLATTEN-THE-CURVE at the checkout.
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