Zynaptiq has introduced Adaptiverb a harmonic tracking resynthesis reverb effect plugin for Mac OS X & Windows.… Read More Zynaptiq Intros Adaptiverb Harmonic Tracking Resynthesis Reverb
Korg shared this video demo for their SDD-3000 delay pedal, showcasing how it works with synthesizers – in this case, a Korg ARP Odyssey:… Read More Korg SDD-3000 Delay Pedal With Synthesizer (KARP Odyssey)
DDMF has introduced Envelope, an iOS reverb audio unit for use as a standalone app or in AUv3 hosts like Cubasis Its true stereo reverberation algorithm is designed to create realistic acoustic spaces.
OTO Machines has introduced BAM – a stereo reverb processor inspired by vintage 70’s & 80’s digital reverberator units. “The musicality of the early digital reverb processors was partly due to the algorithms (the way the processor synthesized a natural reverberation), but also due to their hardware limitations,” they note. “The technology used in BAM… Read More OTO Machines Intros BAM Space Generator Stereo Reverb Processor
Audiority has introduced Polaris – a new echo/reverb plugin, inspired by early hardware digital reverbs of the late 1970s. Here’s what they have to say about it:
Voxengo has released OldSkoolVerb Plus – an algorithmic reverberation plug-in for professional music production applications. OldSkoolVerb Plus implements a kind of “classic” stereo reverb algorithm which produces a very clear spatial image that blends well with the mix.
At the 2016 NAMM Show, Strymon is previewing the Generalissimo – a voltage-controller Eurorack Four Head dTape Echo machine, with extensive control over tape characteristics and machine health. According to the company, Generalissimo lets you ‘incorporate the warm, inviting sounds of tape into your modular rig in limitlessly creative and expressive ways.’
PSP Audioware has introduced PSP 2445 – a reverb processor plug-in (VST, AAX and RTAS for Windows; AudioUnit, VST, AAX and RTAS for Mac OSX) that is inspired by two legendary early digital age reverberators: the EMT 244 and the EMT 245. Here’s what they have to say about it: