PSP Audioware has released an update to the PSP SpringBox, an emulation of a hardware spring reverberator.
Version 1.1.0 changes the authorization system to the PACE system. Note that a hardware iLok dongle is NOT required.
It recreates several features typical of a spring reverb, such as a convincing “boing” on transients and a repeatable resonating musical character with an adjustable presence.
A selection of configurations from two to six springs total is provided, as well as the ability to set stereo spread and pan/balance configured to suit various mix setups – from a typical guitar reverb to a creative uses as a send reverb in the mix. Thanks to PSP SpringBox’s two channel A and B settings setup and range of presets operation is fast and easy.
Changes in PSP SpringBox v1.1.0
- New AAX engine for macOS and Windows.
- Available AAX configurations:
- Mono (on Mono tracks).
- Mono-Stereo (on Mono tracks).
- Multi-Mono (on Stereo tracks and surround tracks).
- Multi-Channel (on Stereo tracks).
- Improved AAX stability.
- New VST3 format.
- Improved version of PSP PRESET BAR.
- New Low CPU/Brilliant control.
- Added hints for each control.
- Added PSPaudioware.com website hyperlink to AboutBox.
- Added new iLok licensing system (allowing our users to store 3 licenses on hard-drive/iLok dongle).
- Added double precision processing.
- Added new configuration to pagetable information (only Pro Tools AAX format).
PSP SpringBox is available for $99 USD.
More information: PSP Audioware