Eventide UltraReverb Puts Hardware Reverb Algorithms Into A Native Plug-In

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Eventide has introduced UltraReverb – a software reverb that features effects from Eventide’s flagship hardware processor, the H8000 UltraHarmonizer.

Features:

  • Halls, Chambers, Rooms, Plates, and Ambience derived from Eventide’s flagship hardware processor, the H8000 UltraHarmonizer®
  • Create acoustically natural or other-worldly environments
  • Packed with over 300 presets for mixing, mastering, post production, and sound design
  • No Physical iLok Key required
  • Native format for AU, VST, or AAX64 for Mac or Windows
  • Session compatible with Eventide Reverb HD/TDM from the Anthology II bundle
  • Stereo Delays (pre or post reverb) with Tempo sync to lock delays in time with your session
  • Compressor (pre or post reverb) with key input
  • Pre-EQ, Post-EQ, Reverb EQ, and Delay EQ – Four independent, three band parametric equalizers
  • Reverb Tail Randomization based on the H949 Harmonizer Random setting
  • Modulation Rate and Depth controls
  • LoFi control for subtle grit or all out mangling

Here’s the official video intro:

Eventide UltraReverb is available for US $79, through Oct 17, 2014, and $199 thereafter.

14 thoughts on “Eventide UltraReverb Puts Hardware Reverb Algorithms Into A Native Plug-In

  1. No It Won’t replace all the types of reverbs the Space can do. However for an in the Box Reverb I think it sounds great. The Halls and plates are very close to what I hear on my Space. Having an Eventide style Reverb in the box in addition to the space is gonna be real sweet in my Modest setup. Combine this with the Ultra channel if you were lucky to get it free and you got one sweet strip.

  2. I downloaded the demo and yes it sounds good. But, something is telling that I could build an FX Rack with plugins that I already own to do something similar – even with Reaktor.

    I have only had for a couple of days and need to do some intensive testing – which I have not done so far.

    The price at the moment is tempting, but I would not buy it when the price goes up.

  3. been in the market for a reverb and couldn’t pass this up for $79. i’ve lusted after H3000s and H8000s for years – this may not be identical, but if it even gets me in the same ballpark, it’ll be a great deal. between ultrachannel and this, eventide gets two big thumbs up from me.

  4. Overall its a fine algorithmic reverb. It easily sits comfortably next to “best in class” for native reverb plugins in its price range.

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