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LiquidSonics Reverberate 2.0 – new generation of convolution reverbs

LiquidSonics released Reverberate 2.0 - a new version of convolution reverb plugin for Win and MacOS. <strong>LiquidSonics Reverberate</strong> 2.0 implements advanded impulse response technology that provides beutifully sounding true-stereo convolution reverbs. Fusion-IR To bring convolution reverbs technology to the next level LuquidSonics is using Fusion-IR. While most of convolution reverbs on the market use just one impulse response file, Fusion IR is based on mix of two fully controllable IR files which gives much better stereo effect. <h2>LiquidSonics Reverberate</h2> <a href="http://dmgroupru.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Reverberate-2-1.png"><img loading="lazy" class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-1181" src="http://dmgroupru.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Reverberate-2-1-300x203.png" alt="LiquidSonics Reverberate" width="300" height="203" /></a> Providing true-stereo emulation with Fusion IR technology, Reverberate 2.0 brings number of onboard effects: &#8211; EQ &#8211; Chorus &#8211; Stereo Delays &#8211; Post EQ with LFO modulation &#8211; Sheen EQ filter for adding synthetic high frequency content to dark IRs &#8211; Stereo widener Plugin comes in 3 formats: VST, AAX and AU. <strong>And what about possibility to create your own impulse responses? </strong> Here’s what developers wrote on gearslutz: &#8220;Yes, or more precisely, yes in future. I&#8217;ll be making the file format public but it will require a bit of a nerd to use it so I&#8217;ll probably work with a few keen individuals first before taking it to the wider audience. Also, a tool will really be needed to make it simple for people that don&#8217;t like the idea of diving into Octave/Matlab/Python. BUT beware any reverb you want to capture needs to be on an extremely low noise path or it&#8217;s going to grab all the muck and dirt in a pretty obvious way (maybe some people like the sound of a noisy DAC, but I don&#8217;t that much so have worked hard to keep these IRs really clean). We usually do swept sine to keep the noise in an IR sampling process under control, but Fusion-IR is incompatible with that, so we can&#8217;t fake super clean IRs out of noisy old classics with this. Maybe some will see that as a good thing though.&#8221;

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