Numerical Audio has introduced RF-1, an algorithmic reverb for iOS.
RF-1 is a collection of algorithmic reverbs, capable of creating a variety of effects, ranging from small rooms to huge, heavily modulated spaces. The iOS reverb integrates with everything from AudioUnit Hosts over Audiobus to Inter-App Audio, Guitar- and USB Interfaces.
Here’s a video intro:
- 5 unique reverb programs (see below)
- Continuously variable size
- Variable pre-delay
- Diffusion control
- Damping control
- Width control
- High- and Low shelves (+/- 6db pre effect)
- Mod section with depth and speed controls (Sine LFO 0.01hz to 5.0hz)
- Hall – Clean and bright sounding space with subtile modulation and gradually building density.
- Plate – Dark, highly diffused sound with high initial echo density and dark modulation.
- EnsembleVerb – Capable of huge, wide spaces with deep modulation.
- TremoloVerb – Large, bright and always moving with amplitude modulation at the output.
- VintageVerb – Dark, noisy reverb, modeled after the first digital reverbs from the late 70s. (10khz bandwidth / 12bit processing)
- AudioUnitV3 Effect
- Inter-App Audio Effect
- Audiobus (Filter)
- Ableton Link
- USB Audio Interface (Standalone)
- Guitar Interface (Standalone)
- Microphone (Standalone)
Pricing and Availability:
RF-1 Algorithmic Reverb for iOS is available now for US $5.99 in the App Store.
If you’ve used RF-1, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!