Spring Reverb Plug-In With Shakeable Springs

US U-He's Twangström offers 3 reverb tanks with drive, filter and modulation features      16/01/19

Spring Reverb Plug-In With Shakeable Springs


U-He says that Twangström is a flexible spring reverb box-of-tricks. A spokesperson told us, "If you're familiar with Bazille, you might already have come across its built-in spring unit. We took that one, then modelled two more reverb tanks, paired it with drive section, filter stage, envelope, and mod matrix. It emulates a hand-picked selection of the most popular units you will find in classic guitar and instrument amplifiers, recreating the odd character of real springs."

Features:

  • shakeable springs
  • 3 different reverberation tanks, inspired by the most popular ones built in the guitar & instrument amps that made rock 'n roll
  • tasty drive & tone stage for heating-up and colouring the sound
  • multi-mode filter, with variable type blend
  • four-flavours envelope stage, picking up the signal from either input, output or external sidechain
  • LFO module, 8 different types & waveforms, variable time base & syncable
  • comprehensive modulation matrix, for realtime control of all the parameters
  • independent input and feedback routing options allow all possible stereo or mono combinations
  • 76 factory presets, NKS-compatible
  • UI instantly resizable from 70% to 200%
  • custom remote control via MIDI CC, 14-bit resolution option

 

Pricing and Availability:

69 €

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