Exponential Audio has released version 1.0.1 of Nimbus, a stereo reverb effect plugin for Windows and Mac.

Exponential Audio Nimbus update

While many companies were making convolution reverbs with photorealistic graphics requiring loads of DSP, Exponential’s Michael Carnes was swimming in the other direction with his designs.

That disruptive approach has paid off, with Exponential Audio now regarded as one of the leading effects companies for professionals in music, post-production and games design. Our plug-ins are used on Grammy-winning albums, and top movies that take you to galaxies far-far away or deep into Middle Earth.

Meet NIMBUS, a new and improved reverb unit based on the familiar PhoenixVerb but offering better sound, greater flexibility and new capabilities.

Changes in Nimbus v1.0.1

  • A bug has been fixed in which preset names with diacriticals were not properly displayed.
  • Small modification of Preset/Keyword popover menus. The current selection is now blue, to make it a bit easier to see.
  • Several new presets.
  • Fixed a bug that occurred when adjusting reverb delay in either of the tempo modes.
  • Added detection of Sibelius and Dorico.
  • Improved selection of relevant parameter pages when a parameter is adjusted on a remote worksurface.
  • Changed link to download area to use https format, since ExponentialAudio.com now uses a secure certificate.
  • Other internal changes.

Nimbus is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX), priced at $199 USD. The update is available to all license holders at no charge.

More information: Exponential Audio / Nimbus