Exponential Audio PhoenixVerb Stereo Reverb v2.1.3 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
The PhoenixVerb reverb plug-in has been designed with audio purity in mind. The tail has none of the pitch effects or periodic artifacts that are part of other reverbs. Its effect with small room settings can be almost invisible, subtly placing the source material into a natural space without screaming "reverb".
PhoenixPlates are tight and diffuse, complementing both percussion and vocal tracks. Chambers and halls are excellent for complex material and have been used in a growing number of major film releases. Those same attributes have shown themselves to be popular in classical, rock and jazz releases.
PhoenixVerb has also been designed with ease of use as a primary concern. The most important parameters are always available, and a richer set of controls is available only a click away. Presets are organized with application-specific keywords, and the user can easily create new presets and keywords to tailor PhoenixVerb to the needs of any particular facility.
PhoenixVerb was nominated for the 2014 Technical Achievement award by the Cinema Audio Society.
Now with the Version 2 update, PhoenixVerb provides additional options. These include automatic CPU load management and a new Favorites list.
Presets are easily categorized under several keywords. With a single mouse click you can add any preset to a list of favorites to make your work go even faster.
But the sound is what will bring you back. PhoenixVerb isn't a pasted-on reverb. It integrates with the source in ways you won't even notice--until you take it away. Whether you need halls, plates, chambers or rooms--this is the solution.
Exponential Audio Excalibur v1.0.5 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
There's nothing like Excalibur. It's the plugin that creates whole new worlds. Need a classical delay unit with feedback and EQ? Need to sync it to tempo? It's right here. Need a chorus to fatten an instrumental part? Or a flanger that goes from mild to wild? That's all in Excalibur. Maybe you need a distorter. Or pitch shifter. Need to do bit reduction to model an old processor? How about a resonant filter for 'wah' effects? Or a resonator for truly spooky worlds? Maybe a little reverb? Or a phaser? This is the place.
These are all great effects all by themselves. But the real power of Excalibur is the way effects can be combined and modulated. There are 4 signal chains (called Voices) that can be treated independently or looped through one another. Most parameters can be modulated from a huge list of modulators--LFOs, input/output levels, soft controls on the GUI--to make effects that are dynamic. They respond to the signal. They respond to tempo.
Excalibur is deep. But you don't have to do it all yourself. There are over 500 presets waiting for you. You'll find autopanners, guitar cabinets, rich flangers, chorused reverbs, telephone futzes, vintage echo effects and much much more. And you don't have to wait around for your output. With under a millisecond of latency, Excalibur is perfectly at home in a live rack or a studio. It's powerful, fast and efficient.
Eventide 2016 Stereo Room v2.1.5 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
THE LEGENDARY REVERB ALGORITHM OF EVENTIDE'S SP2016
Long used as an essential reverb for mixing hit records, the Eventide SP2016, while long discontinued, is still in use in places like Ocean Way. Creating a reverb algorithm is part art and part science.
The science bit is all about the naturalness of the sound - whether the simulation convincingly conveys the "feel" of a real room.
Some digital reverbs don't have the horsepower to run a sufficiently complex program to achieve "naturalness." Without enough processing power the effect will suffer from low echo density or unnatural density growth with time or comb filter effects, etc. As Einstein is alleged to have said "things should be as simple as possible, but no simpler." This principle certainly applies to reverb algorithms.
The art of reverb algorithm design begins with simulating a 'room' that actually sounds good. Needless to say, rooms exist in the real world that sound awful. The structure of the reverb algorithm combined with the choices of delay lengths, interconnects, filter placement, early reflections, etc. all contribute to the overall sound. The final element of the art of reverb design is the designer's choice of the ways in which, and the extent to which, the artist/engineer/producer is permitted to modify the effect. What are the parameters and what do they do?
The degrees of freedom available to the designer guaranty that no two (sufficiently complex) reverb algorithms will sound the same. Each will be unique. There are a number of popular digital reverberators for good reason. Each has a distinctive sound, each has a particular set of possibilities. The SP2016 reverbs have attracted a loyal user base because of a particular blend of art and science. They sound natural. They sound distinctive. And, although they allow the user to vary the effect dramatically, the controls can't be set in such a way as to create an unnatural sounding effect - this is a good thing.
The algorithms naturally simulate every aspect of the sound of a real enclosure - from the complex early reflections, to the natural way in which the echo density increases with time, to the smooth Gaussian decay of the reverb tail. A powerful simulation that lends itself to parametric control - a good thing indeed.
Avid Reverb One v12.0.86552 WIN x64-AudioUTOPiA
If you're looking for a reverb of uncompromising sonic quality that's also easy to use, look no further than Reverb One, available in AAX DSP/Native and TDM plug-in formats. Reverb One is a reverb processor built from the ground up to satisfy demanding audio professionals.
At every step in its development, Reverb One was subjected to critical listening tests, resulting in a plug-in that can compete with any software or hardware reverb processor on the market today. Reverb One gives you complete control of the reverberant characteristics of your mix, and is equally at home in music, post production, and sound design applications that require the utmost in clarity and precision.
Fine-tune the effect to your liking with independent reverb controls, including level, decay time, attack, spread, room size, diffusion, and pre-delay
Add effects quickly and easily through the extensive library of reverb presets
Add authenticity to a "room” using early reflection controls, including level, delay, and spread, plus early reflection room presets
Shape the reverb decay and optimize reverb effects with dynamics and chorus sections
Compatible with Pro Tools|HD, Pro Tools, and VENUE family systems
Avid ReVibe II v12.0.84714 WIN x64-AudioUTOPiA
ReVibe is a powerful room-modeling plug-in designed to take advantage of the supercharged DSP processing capabilities of Pro Tools|HDX, Pro Tools|HD Accel, and VENUE systems with its AAX DSP and TDM formats, but can also be used natively on other Pro Tools systems with AAX Native. Optimized for sessions up to 192 kHz (AAX only)
ReVibe provides nine reverb algorithms combined with over 200 room reflection/coloration models to deliver pristine, high-quality sound. With its intuitive user interface and detailed controls, ReVibe handles nearly any reverberation task with ease.
The plug-in supports up to 5.1 multichannel mixes, and includes independent reverb, early reflection, and level controls for the rear channels. You can also use the rear-channel reverb controls in mono or stereo instances, enabling you to add more presence and density to the reverb character.
ReVibe is ideal for adding an accurate representation of a room’s sound or ambience to your mix. The plug-in offers highly detailed models of a number of real spaces—as well as springs and plates—making it a perfect complement to the classic digital reverb sound of Reverb One.
Add ambience to your mix with accurate, professional room models
Customize the sound with a choice of nine different reverb algorithms
Fine-tune the room with multichannel reverb controls
View EQ, Decay Color, Early Reflections, and Reverb Shape through interactive displays
Gain infinite possibilities with the extensive set of Early Reflections and Room Types
Work on 5.1 multichannel format sessions—at up to 192 kHz
Compatible with Pro Tools|HD, Pro Tools, and VENUE family systems
Valhalla DSP ValhallaPlate v1.0.0 MacOSX Incl. Patched and Keygen READ.NFO-HEXWARS
ValhallaPlate is our algorithmic take on the classic plate reverberation sound. Seven original algorithms emulate the sound and behavior of real world steel plate reverbs, and take the sound into dimensions that physical plates can't touch.
ValhallaPlate is true stereo, emulating a steel plate that has 2 input drivers and 2 output pickups. It can be run as a mono-in/mono-out, mono-in/stereo-out, or stereo-in/stereo-out plugin.
ValhallaPlate realistically models the physics of plate reverbs:
High diffusion, for reverbs that have maximally high echo density.
Frequency dependent decay time, for huge lows and clear highs, under the control of a single Decay parameter.
Dispersion, for creating 3D imaging in the decay. The reverb comes from outside the speakers, and decays into the depths behind the speakers.
ValhallaPlate extends the plate reverb into dimensions that real plates can’t reach:
Variable size, to control how metallic a reverb mode sounds. Small sizes result in more metallic delays, while larger sizes sound clearer.
Lush modulation, that eliminates any metallic artifacts, while retaining the pitch of the input.
Seven original reverberation algorithms:
Four reverb modes (Chrome, Steel, Brass, Cobalt) that model the resonance density found in real plate reverberators.
Three additional reverb modes (Aluminum, Copper, Unobtanium) that combine the 3D dispersive characteristics of steel plates with the high resonance density found in reverberation chambers.
ValhallaPlate builds upon the Valhalla DSP plugin heritage:
Minimalist, resizable 2D GUI, with self-documenting tool tip area.
A comprehensive preset browser makes saving, recalling and sharing settings easy.
Fully compatible with 32 and 64 bit DAWs (32/64 bit VST for OSX and Windows, 32/64 bit Audio Units for OSX, 32-bit RTAS for OSX and Windows, 64-bit AAX for OSX and Windows).
IK Multimedia AmpliTube 3 Complete v3.15c WiN/OSX Incl Keygen-R2R
AmpliTube is a plug-in for guitar players allowing them to simulate the entire guitar array used to craft any guitar tone including amplifier, stomp-boxes and post effects modeling.
- Windows and Mac OS X Plug-in and Standalone application
- Supported Plug-in formats: Audio Units, VST, RTAS (Mac OS X) û VST, RTAS (Windows)
- 5 separate modules: Tuner, Stomp effects Pedalboard, Amp Head, Cabinet + Microphones, post Rack effects
- Over 160 included gear models
- 51 Stompbox effects
- 31 Amp models
- 46 Cabinet emulations
- 15 Studio Microphone models
- 17 Rack effects
- High-precision Tuner
- Cabinet module with two freely movable microphones and cabinet size control
- Room ambience with microphones' stereo width control
- Ultra accurate analog modeling with DSM technology
- Ultra realistic cabinet emulation with VRM technology
- 2 series/parallel rigs with 8 configurations, selectable mono/stereo input and true stereo processing
- Drag & Drop functionality in the Stomp and Rack modules for quick effects re-arrangement
- Advanced preset browser with guitar/bass dedicated keywords plus user keywords and smart search function
- Global and single gear presets
- Easy to set, one click best quality/performance settings
- Host/DAW BPM synchronization
- Freely assignable DAW automation
- Up to 96 kHz supported sampling rate
- Can be directly expanded with more "Powered by AmpliTube" software like AmpliTube Fender and Ampeg« SVX
- One click MIDI CTL assignment, compatible with any standard MIDI controller
- Direct integration with IK's range of interfaces/controllers like StompIO, StealthPedal, StealthBoard with zero setup needed
- 4 track recorder/player with independent time stretch/pitch shift (Standalone version)
- Non destructive recording allows post effect processing of the recorded audio (Standalone version)
- 2 simultaneous instruments can be processed with independent audio settings (Standalone version)
- Imports any WAV, AIFF, MP3, and WMA audio file (Standalone version)
- Metronome with selectable sounds (Standalone version)