u-he describes Twangström as a flexible spring-reverb box-of-tricks, now in public beta. This is what they have to say about it…
If you're familiar with Bazille you might already have come across its built-in spring unit. We took that one, and modelled two more reverb tanks, paired it with drive section, filter stage, envelope, and mod matrix.
In Twangström, tanks are based on 'physical modelling'. As opposed to plug-ins using impulse responses (IRs) of actual devices but being limited in expression and manipulation, our approach mimics the actual physics of mechanical reverberation. Thus we're not reproducing sonic results, we're actually simulating their origin. And it's all controllable in realtime, on a per-sample-basis. Which boils down to quite some power at your fingertips.
Features at a glance:
Pricing and Availability:
During the beta period, until January 7th 2019, Twangström will be available for 49€. Once released on January 8th (noon CET), price will be 69€.
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