Iconic Hardware Reverbs Revisited

US Samplicity releases Classic Reverbs      26/02/24

Iconic Hardware Reverbs Revisited

Samplicity tells us that Classic Reverbs faithfully recreates the signature sound of iconic hardware and provides full control over dynamic modulation, allowing you to sculpt lush, evolving reverb tails with unparalleled ease. they say that they have meticulously crafted Classic Reverbs to replicate the distinctive characteristics of 168 presets from some of the most iconic hardware reverbs that have shaped the sound of countless hit records.

Key Features of Classic Reverbs:

  •     Presets from Legendary Hardware Units: Work with the reverb sounds of renowned hardware units: Bricasti M7, Lexicon 960L, Lexicon 480L and TCE System 6000.
  •     Dynamic Modulation: Classic Reverbs introduces advanced modulation, enabling you to add movement and dimension to reverb tails, creating rich and immersive sonic landscapes.
  •     Unrivaled Sound Quality: Samplicity employs state-of-the-art algorithms to faithfully capture the nuances of each hardware unit, delivering an authentic and premium reverb experience.
  •     Intuitive User Interface: Designed with focus on usability, Classic Reverbs ensures a seamless and enjoyable user experience, allowing both seasoned professionals and newcomers to effortlessly work with the power of revered hardware reverbs.
  •     Endless Creative Possibilities: Customize and shape your reverb with a range of adjustable parameters, providing you with the flexibility to explore new sonic landscapes while maintaining the essence of the original hardware units.
  •     Compatibility: Classic Reverbs seamlessly integrates with major digital audio workstations (DAWs) and is compatible with both Windows and macOS platforms, ensuring accessibility for a wide range of users.

Pricing and Availability:
On offer at € 95.00 Excl VAT (regular price: € 139.00)

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