Cluster Sound has announced the release of its Room Simulator for Ableton Live, a convolution pack that reproduces the built-in reverb effect of the Creamware TripleDAT, a rare mid-90s DAW based on dedicated DSP board and featuring real-time external FX processing.
Released in the mid ’90s by the German manufactured Creamware, TripleDAT was a professional DSP system mainly used by radio stations, featuring a set of built-in effects working at an astonishing 80-bit internal precision and 18-bit, 128x oversampling AD/DA converters.
Room Simulator Convolution Pack delivers 106 IR samples capturing custom virtual spaces coming from the built-in Room Simulator reverb effect: the IR samples are based on various reflection patterns, room sizes and livingness amounts and they are primarily designed to enrich synths and drums with deep, dark, metal-sounding spaces.
Room Simulator for Ableton Live 9.5 or higher is a free download (requires Max for Live).
More information: Cluster Sound