PSP Audioware has released an update of its PSP 2445 EMT reverb processor plugin inspired by two legendary early digital age reverberators: the EMT 244 and the EMT 245.
PSP thoroughly researched how to bring the specific features of those simple, yet very musical sounding reverbs to life as a plug-in.
The PSP 2445 is capable of processing using one selected engine or both of them simultaneously. The functionality and sound of the PSP 2445 EMT have been endorsed and approved by EMT Studiotechnik GmbH.
Changes in PSP 2445 EMT v1.3
- Added Routing switch under the flap. This switch lets you select between standard mono to stereo processing, stereo to stereo and dual mono processing for situations in which you need this kind of flexibility. Please note that in the stereo to stereo configuration, the most stereophonically correct configuration is with 244 set to II – I and 245 set to I – II channel configurations. Additionally, when using dual mono configuration the upper position of both channel configuration switches results in the sum of two outputs from each engine going into each of output channels thus a dense reverb result while the lower position of switches provides only single channel of each engine to each of plug-in’s output channel thus a sparse, more relaxed reverb tail. In all three modes the Width control works the same way allowing you to get a narrowed stereo or a mono reverb on the plug-in’s output.
- Hint bar added.
- PACE authorization system (a hardware iLok dongle is NOT required).
The update is free for all registered users. New users can buy PSP 2445 EMT from Plugin Boutique at 50% off until July 1st, 2017 (regular $149 USD ex. VAT).