NAMM 2015: Waves Unveils H-Reverb

Plug-in based on algorithmic FIR (Finite Impulse Response) reverberation technology      23/01/15

NAMM 2015: Waves Unveils H-Reverb


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Waves Audio tells us that they are now shipping the Waves H-Reverb plugin, described as a pioneering reverb based on innovative algorithmic FIR (Finite Impulse Response) reverberation technology. Here's what they have to say in their own words...

H-Reverb provides richer, deeper reverb tails that sit beautifully in the mix while breathing crisp air into your tracks. By fusing classic reverb sounds with forward-thinking features that break new ground in digital reverb processing, H-Reverb provides uncompromising sound quality and creative control.

H-Reverb incorporates Waves' advanced analog modeling along with a drive control, offering signal behavior that until now was found exclusively in high-end hardware reverb devices. This unique design also enables input drive, a technique favored by many top engineers. The FIR engine also lets you shape and customize the reverb decay envelope in ways beyond the linear standard, resulting in perfectly gated, real reverse, and very long and dense reverb tails.

To top it off, H-Reverb includes an impressive library of artist presets from the industry's leading mixing engineers. Their personal settings may be the perfect space you're looking for, or simply the perfect point to start from. Their inclusion marks a new standard in the quest for reverb perfection.

Mick Olesh, Waves EVP of Sales & Marketing, states, "Waves is extremely excited about releasing the H-Reverb. We went to great lengths to make this the most comprehensive and best-sounding reverb plugin possible, incorporating invaluable input from industry-leading mixing engineers."

Additional features include:

  • Impulse-variable resonant filtering for creating unfamiliar and advanced reverb effects
  • EQ and dynamics module for compression, ducking and de-essing
  • ADA analog modeling and drive control for input clipping
  • Full buildup timing and shaping
  • Pre-delay BPM sync
  • Artist presets from the industry's leading mixing engineers
  • Support for full 5.1-channel surround setups


Pricing and Availability:
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