LiquidSonics has announced the release of an update to Seventh Heaven advanced reverb effect plugin to coincide with the plugin’s 5th anniversary.
Version 1.4 of Seventh Heaven release features surround support for up to 7.1.6 (Pro only), ducker (Pro only) and Apple Silicon support. Also, LiquidSonics is offering the chance to win one copy of Seventh Heaven Professional every day, for seven days, starting April 20th 2022 in the Seven Days Of Seventh Heaven promotion.
Regarded as the most authentic reproduction of the legendary Bricasti M7 hardware reverb available, Seventh Heaven is used on everything from Grammy winning albums, Oscar winning movies, and numerous Emmy award winning TV shows. Seventh Heaven is on the rigs of some of the biggest names in music and film including Steve Genewick, Craig Bauer, Darrell Thorp, Alan Meyerson, Alvin Wee and many more.
Now Seventh Heaven 1.4 adds some new features to help those mixing in immersive formats and to bring even greater functionality to this already loved reverb plugin.
Speaking on the 5th anniversary of this beloved plug-in, LiquidSonics founder Matt Hill said:
“My aim with Seventh Heaven was to make as faithful a recreation of my favourite hardware reverb as I possibly could. Knowing it’s become so loved in all aspects of the professional audio industry fills me with equal measures of joy and pride. I cannot thank Bricasti enough for having the confidence in me to take on such a formidable task and for generously allowing me to bring it to market. Version 1.4 is offered as a small gesture of my appreciation to the amazing user community to say thank you for the support over the years by adding two of the most requested features at no additional cost. I hope everybody enjoys the update and to those that don’t already own it I wish you luck in the competition.”
The surround update is available now from the downloads page, and is offered as a free upgrade for all Seventh Heaven Professional users. The standard edition will remain a stereo plugin as it does not have some of the internal DSP features or captures needed by the decorrelation engine. The ducking facility will also remain a benefit of the professional edition. Both editions have been updated with native Apple Silicon support.
Seventh Heaven for Windows and Mac (VST/VST3, AU and AAX) is available to purchase for $69 USD (standard) / $299 USD (professional).
More information: LiquidSonics