October 7, 2005

AES: Princeton Plate Reverb for VST

by Chris Randall
 



The Princeton Digital Stereo Room Reverb is my favorite native reverb plug, hands down. I use it on everything. It is a VST implementation of one of the three reverb types in the 2016 hardware unit they sell through Eventide. (The original Eventide 2016 is the most flyest of all 'verbs, IMO. In my dream rack of black 80s signal processors with red LEDs, it has a place of pride right at the top.) They've just announced that they'll be releasing a VST version of the plate program from the same unit. It will be $99, PC only currently.


Now, if they'd only do a native version of their Ursa Major TDM/RTAS plug, I'd be a happy camper.

 
 
 

4 comments:

 
 

 
Oct.07.2005 @ 11:23 AM
Tom
What else is in your black '80s rack?
 
 

 
Oct.07.2005 @ 11:45 AM
Chris Randall
Hmmm. That's a good question.

Eventide SP2016 (original)
Eventide H949
Eventide H910
Eventide Omnipressor
Lexicon Super Prime Time
SCI Pro-FX

I think that about sums it up. Subject to change, of course.

-CR

 
 

 
Oct.07.2005 @ 2:59 PM
Chris Randall
Oh, I thought of one more. TC Electronics 2290.

-CR

 
 

 
Dec.08.2005 @ 10:13 PM
groove1962
As partial payment for a job I was given an Eventide H949. Eveything seems to work and it passes audio cleanly. Does anyone have any idea what it is worth?
 
 

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