Free GPU Powered FIR Convolution Reverb

US Early Access plugin from GPU Audio      19/03/22

Free GPU Powered FIR Convolution Reverb

GPU Audio have announced a new free FIR Convolution Reveb available to download now. It's part of an upcoming suite they're developing which utilises your computer graphics card (or GPU) to process audio at an exceptionally efficient rate. The convolution reverb allows you to load your own IRs, with more being added as they go. More details here:

With GPU Audio, there is no added latency as a consequence of adding more instances so have fun and stress test your DAW! I was able to run 128 stereo instances within 1ms latency on Reaper, for example. 

Please check the Read-Me as this is a test plugin, with purposeful limitations, and is currently only compatible on Windows PC with an NVIDIA discreet GPU. We are testing across most major DAWs Roadmap ahead includes, AU, Mac, support and much more.

GPU Audio is a full tech stack we designed to effectively parallelize audio processing across thousands of GPU cores, by offloading DSP from CPU to the GPU, and returning back within 1ms latency. If you're interested in the novel innovation, we are speaking on March 24th at NVIDIA GTC

The plugin works is basically an open-benchmarking test for us as we prepare to launch an entire suite of products in 2 months We are also forming partnerships with great plugin makers to power up others' future instruments and have lots of news coming.

Downland the plugin for free here:

Tune into their GTC talk next week here:


About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.

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