LiquidSonics has released version 1.0 of Reverberate LE and Filtrate LE, two free VST effect plug-ins for Windows PC.

Reverberate LE is a highly efficient convolution audio processor, while Filtrate LE provides a linear phase 5-band paragraphic equaliser. Both plug-ins are available in a standard CPU edition and a version taking advantage of NVIDIA CUDA for the main convolution processing tasks reducing CPU usage where a G80* and above compatible card is found in the system.

LiquidSonics has also released version 1.206 of Reverberate, a highly efficient convolution audio processor offering true zero-latency operation for two separate, stereo impulse responses.

Changes in Reverberate v1.206

  • Fix for a mixdown issue in Adobe Audition.
  • Chorus memory indexing bugfix causing a crash on OS X.
  • Chorus 1/2 toggle click bugfix.
  • OS X private beta – release 1
  • Updated to use VSTGUI 3.5 from VSTGUI 3.0 for OS X build.
  • Two additional chorus modules (one for IR1 and one for IR2) have been added for use pre-mix in addition to the existing post-mix chorus module. This allows for chorus or modulating pitch effects to be used on IRs independently.
  • Chorus copy/reset command now has a copy/paste function to move settings between IR1, IR2 and post-mix choruses.
  • A full preset reset now updates the program name in the host presets list (where this is supported by the host).
  • All error notifications are now modal on the host window.
  • Output buffers are now cleared when toggling IR1/IR2 on and off and when the host calls the resume function (e.g. at the start of a mix-down).

Reverberate is available as a VST effect plug-in for Windows PC for £30 GBP (Mac OS X VST and AU versions are currently in development and are expected to see a release in Q4 2009).

More information: LiquidSonics