Plug-In Emulates Classic Digital Reverbs

Slate Digital Verbsuite Classics models 8 hardware reverbs from the last 40 years      01/11/16

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Following their recent Repeater collaboration with D16 which modelled a range of vintage delay units, Slate Digital has done a similar thing with Verbsuite Classics. This is what they have to say about it...

"Reverb is perhaps the most fundamental effect used in music production. And since the birth of the digital reverb unit, there have been several industry standard, classic, and expensive units that pros have relied on to get the perfect depth, space, and emotion in their mixes. So when Slate Digital teamed up with Liquid Sonics to make a reverb plugin, it was obvious which classic digital reverb unit that we would model. All of them.

Introducing Verbsuite Classics. For the first time ever, eight of the most classic digital reverbs from the past forty years can be accessed in one single reverb plugin.. and some of these reverbs have never been offered before in a plugin. VerbSuite Classics captures the actual tone and modulation characteristics of a reverb using LiquidSonics' proprietary Fusion-IR processing technology. Unlike static impulse responses found in a typical convolution reverb, Fusion-IRs are able to reproduce the evolving character of modulated digital reverbs which makes it possible to create the lively and convincing acoustic spaces so essential for hit records."


Pricing and Availability:
Verbsuite Classics is available along with other plug-ins in the Everything Bundle for $14.99/month. Verbsuite Classics is also available for purchase at $199.

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