August 16, 2006

More Reverence updates...

by Chris Randall

All righty. I've made the product page for Reverence live on the Audio Damage site. You will find therein a pair of audio demos, a screenshot, and some market-speak about the plugin (which won't contain anything you don't already know if you read this site.)>Here 'tis.



Aug.16.2006 @ 8:00 PM
fookin' sweet! sounds killer, chris!

Aug.16.2006 @ 8:01 PM
and adam, of course... :)

Aug.16.2006 @ 8:27 PM
Adam Schabtach
Of course. ;-)

Glad to hear that you like what you hear--


Aug.16.2006 @ 8:31 PM
yeah, sounds *GREAT*

Aug.16.2006 @ 11:02 PM
Sweet baby Jesus thats a good soundin plug!

Aug.17.2006 @ 1:18 AM
and quite a terrific way of showing off the short comings of mp3 en/decoding.

Aug.17.2006 @ 10:26 AM
This sounds sweet. Nice thick reverb. Not the kind of stuff you can get with convolution. In a way it reminds me of my much missed PCM-80.

Down the road you should consider adding some more algorithms to really kill anything out there.




Aug.17.2006 @ 11:32 AM
Chris Randall
We were talking about that very thing just last night. It's something we'll consider. I just want to get it out first and see how it does before we seriously talk about upgrading it. ;-)



Aug.17.2006 @ 5:00 PM
I don't know if anyone has mentioned it before, but what's the possabiliby of an RTAS version for us alsihad users? I've almost begun making a plate for the studio because I can't stand most of the reverbs besides Altiverb, which I can't afford.

Aug.17.2006 @ 5:20 PM
Adam Schabtach
The possibility of an RTAS version is approximately zero. Our relationship with Digidesign was brief, not particularly happy, and a net loss for us. Our customer base showed an overwhelming preference for VST and AU. Hence we're unlikely to do any more RTAS plug-ins. You might check out the VST/RTAS wrapper made by our friends and colleagues at fxpansion.





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