Halls of Valhalla For TipTop Z-DSP Demo

Here’s a preview the Halls of Valhalla reverb cartridge + TipTop Z-DSP combo, via Tiptop Audio:

Drums pass through the Z2040 filter that gets modulated by the Z4000 EG. A bass line made of two Z3000 mixed by the MIXZ and sent into another Z2040. The BandPass out of the HATS808 is sent into the Feedback input of the Z-DSP, this gives this high pitched drone, Drums and bass line into the Stereo in of the Z-DSP, the Z-DSP runs the Valhalla DSP prototype card.

The Halls of Valhalla cartridge features 8 original reverberation algorithms, designed to work with the strengths of the Z-DSP, and tailored towards electronic music. Continue reading

ValhallaVintageVerb – ‘A Postmodern Reverb Plugin’


Valhalla DSP has introduced ValhallaVintageVerb – a new Audio Unit effect that they call ‘a postmodern reverb plugin, inspired by the classic hardware digital reverbs of the 1970s and 1980s.’

The new reverb offers 8 true stereo reverb algorithms, and 3 ‘reverb eras’.

Here are the details:

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New Reverb For OS X – ValhallaRoom

Valhalla Room reverb

Valhalla DSP has announced that ValhallaRoom – a stereo algorighmic reverb – is now available for OS X.

ValhallaRoom is a true stereo algorithmic reverb. It features several original reverberation algorithms and has been designed to produce a wide range of natural reverberation sounds. Sounds range from tight ambiences and rooms, through traditional hall and plate sounds, all the way up to vast modulated spaces. The algorithm designs have been influenced by some of the “classic” room simulation boxes, as well as state of the art modern theory.

Available in VST, RTAS and AU formats for Mac for $50.  A PC version is planned. Demo version also available.  Continue reading

Valhalla Shimmer Reverb, Inspired By Eno, Now Available

Valhalla DSP has announced that Valhalla Shimmer – an algorthimic reverb inspired by the work of Brian Eno & Daniel Lanois – is now available for $50.

You can preview a demo of Valhalla Shimmer below. The example uses 4 instances of Shimmer in series, with pitch shifting on 3 of the instances (+/- 12 semitones, +/- 7 semitones, and +/- 5 semitones).

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