LiquidSonics has released version 1.005 of Reverberate, a highly efficient convolution audio processor offering true zero-latency operation for two separate, stereo impulse responses.

Reverberate seeks to provide a richer and more dynamic sounding reverb from impulse responses by optionally modulating an amalgamation of two, separately controllable IRs using an LFO. Further modulation is possible using the post-processing effects; an all-pass interpolator chorus provides a fuller sound and an over-sampled analogue prototype paragraphic equaliser is provided with dual LFOs. These features make for a livelier sound than typically associated with some convolution reverbs, at a very competitive price.

Changes since Reverberate v1.002

  • Upgrades to facilitate x64 build.
  • Fix for chorus module when used at extreme settings.
  • Added an additional preset to demonstrate how to use the chorus module to achieve a pitch shifting effect.
  • Includes a new facility to duplicate IR settings from 1 to 2 and 2 to 1.
  • Latency modification message box notification is now modal in the same way as the file loading dialog box.
  • Fixed a bug with the user notification of zero latency mode configuration.
  • Added a user selection pull-down menu to set the default IR file dialog location to either the most recently used, the current IR directory (this is context sensitive so the eject buttons respond to the location of the IR loaded depending which button IR1/2 is used) or an option to always load from a preset directory that can be specified by the user (defaults to c:\ until changed).
  • The manual has been updated to reflect new imagery and provides more details on using the new features.

Reverberate is available as a VST plug-in for Windows PC for £30 GBP (~$50 USD).

More information: LiquidSonics