Rob Papen has released RP-Verb RE, a new reverb Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason.
Here’s what Papen has to say about it:
When it comes to a pristine, authentic reverb, it’s the algorithm that counts. RP-Verb is the fruit of Rob Papen’s decades-long study of reverb. With countless hours of exploring, testing, and tweaking by Rob himself and Jon Ayres, the result is exactly what you would expect: a stunning, musical reverb that brings unmatched dimension and fullness to your mixes.
RP-Verb is priced at price Euro 49 / USD 59 until 30th April (Normal price 65 Euros / 79 USD). See the Propellerhead store for details.
Sound Magic has introduced Neo Reverb – a reverb that they say combines the realism of a convolution reverb with the flexibility of a algorithmic reverb.
Neo Reverb features around 40 controls allowing you to tweak the sounds. You also get over 100 converted Algorithm IRs (called REF Files) which cover different types of space, such as Hall, Room, Plate, Chamber, Concert Hall, etc.
Internal 64-bit floating point precision.
All-Purposed Reverb contains 8 Algorithms for different spaces, including, Hall, Concert Hall, Room, Plate, Chamber, Ambience, Space and etc.
Innovative Hybrid Convolution and Algorithm Reverb Engine.
Innovative Cascade True Stereo technology.
Powerful modulation system helps to achieve a dynamic sound.
Over 40 in depth controls on the Reverb.
Over 130 algorithm IRs in 6 different categories for your uses.
Innovative Dual Cores Controls let users compare different settings quicker.
Synapse Audio has released three new Rack Extensions for Propellerhead Reason:
DR-1 Deep Reverb - Inspired by a high-end 1980s outboard reverb, the Synapse Deep Reverb DR-1 delivers a deep, lush sound not found in modern software reverbs. Rather than trying to imitate real spaces, the DR-1 gives an uncolored and pleasant reverb sound that is especially well suited for synthetic material and lead sounds.
AP-12 Analog Phaser - The Synapse AP-12 emulates vintage analog phasers, which are composed of a series of phase shifting stages with a feedback path wrapped around them. The phase shifting stages (switchable between 6 and 12 stages) are modulated by a LFO, which can be synchronized to the current song tempo. In contrast to most hardware phasers, the AP-12 employs a stereo signal path, allowing the LFO to use different phases on the left and right channel, and thus creating a nice stereo effect. Furthermore, the feedback can be set to both positive and negative amounts, each resulting a in different timbre.
VE-3 Vintage Equalizer - The Synapse Vintage EQ-3 is a model of a 3-band analog tone stack, as found in late 50s guitar amplifiers. The unique sound of these devices is due to the coupled, passive circuits employed, where changing any parameter affects the entire network in a complex way. This is different from a digital parametric EQ, which operates on just one isolated region of interest. While this comes at the advantage of precise boost and cut amounts (useful in correcting a mix), the overall sound is often too predictable and boring. For creative sound shaping, the Vintage EQ-3 is often a better choice.