SpatialVerb is a great Reverb from ExperimentalScene.
Changes In Version 0.0.3
* Fixed Incompatibility with Cubase SX
SpatialVerb VST is a professional quality reverb effect. SpacialVerb uses raytracing to generate a realistic early impulse response, you can control the size of the room, location of two virtual source speakers and two destination microphones. The late impulse response is governed by a Feedback Delay Network (FDN) which in contrast to many other reverb filters has a very low amount of ringing. You can control the FDN by setting feedback, cutoff and gain. You can adjust the feedback and gain of the FDN so that it's response is a natural progression from the early response of the room.
* Stereo Input and Output
* 32 Bit Floating Point Audio Engine
* Room Modeling
* Ray Tracing
* Feedback Delay Network
SpatialVerb VST will run in demo mode until registered. In demo mode it will produce silent output after processing 60 seconds of audio. SpatialVerb VST costs US $20 per computer. Purchase with integrated eSeller by clicking Register in the SpatialVerb VST interface.
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