WNAMM10: Behringer FX Processor Announced

US New VIRTUALIZER PRO 3D FX2000 offers 71 stereo algorithms      15/01/10

WNAMM10: Behringer FX Processor Announced


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Behringer have announced the VIRTUALIZER PRO 3D FX2000 which they describe as a high-performance 3D multi-engine effects processor with Real Sound Modeling technology. Here's what they have to say...
The VIRTUALIZER PRO 3D FX2000 Effects Processor uses BEHRINGER's Real Sound Modeling (RSM) technology to give 71 stereo algorithms the power to accurately emulate a wide range of acoustic environments. Effects options include 12 different reverb programs, modulation, amp simulation, distortion and special effects, as well as dynamic and psychoacoustic processing.
Performance is further enhanced through user-addressable high and low EQ and wave-adaptive VIRTUAL ROOM reverb algorithms. Logical grouping of parameters, along with the combination of encoders, buttons, LEDs and an easily readable LED display, are included for intuitive operation.
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