Morevox MSP, Impulse Response library released

Morevox MSP

Morevox has released MSP (Modulated – Spring – Plate), an impulse response sample library.

Spring verbs with fat and rich tails, Modulated Plates, Dense Spring with early plate sound … these are only few “dream” verb sounds that are now truth with MSP.
MSP has been developed mixing several top quality modern and vintage hardware though the unique MoReVoX IRs design based on the M/S harmonics distortion.

The 200 MSP IRs are divided into Modulated and Spring-Plate; the Modulated category contains a rich collection of dense Plates and Rooms modulated with extensive use of Leslies,
the Spring-Plate category instead contains outstanding dense Springs made unique with Plate sounds components.
How MSP sounds?

MSP, like all the MoReVoX IRs, has an unique sound not directly comparable to any other hardware or plug-in on the market: MSP has an original sound, because it synthesize complex fx chains.
Vintage style evocative ambiences perfect for guitars, unusual wide and modulated plate/spring verbs able to transform poor virtual instrument into record ready sounds, perfect ambiences able to enhance and to define the instrument position in the mix the goal for orchestral sounds and more ..
MSP means new and unique dimensions for your sounds, start now!

MSP is available to purchase for $49 USD. Retròverb users pay $29 USD, and a bundle of both Retròverb3 and MSP is available for $89 USD.

Morevox has also released MSP Free, a free collection of 10 impulse responses from the MSP library.

More information: Morevox / MSP

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Both the MSP and the retroverb collection are highly useable and unique IR-libraries. I use them very often and am happy with them. The usual prejudice with IRs is that they would be “too static” – which is true as they capture one single moment in a special location, for example. Since there are superb convolution reverbs like Reverberate (highly recommended!) you can use superb impulse responses like from Morevox now and modulate them as you wish. So as an addition to a nice algorithmic reverb convolution-reverbs are great in my view today, they are not longer “too static”. And… Read more »