iZotope's Neoverb merges the technology from their recent acquisition of Exponential Audio - the algorithmic reverb experts, and their own A.I technology that can learn from the program audio and adjust accordingly.
With a unique Blend Pad that allows real-time morphing and fading between three distinct algorithms, you can find the sweet spot that works best for your application - with the help of the Reverb Assistant.
You can move between short and realist spaces, larger spaces and more unusual modulated algorithms.
The Reverb Assistant can analyze the audio to be effected and suggest pre and post EQ curves to ensure the reverb does not mask other elements in the mix.
Gaz Williams takes a look at Neoverb when applied to a real-world mix application across various instruments as well as some more creative applications for synth noodling.
Neoverb is available now priced at $249 /€210.75/ £189.01 and comes in AU, AAX, VST2, VST3.(All plug-in formats are 64-bit only).
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02:04 on drums
08:20 on percussion
10:45 On Guitar
13:02 On vocals
14:30 Masking from other tracks
16:00 CPU load
16:49 Slow groove drums
22:23 On synth and larger ambient spaces
Friktion strings, iZotope RX-8, Pendulate, Jupiter 6, FSS MTX8