- Realistic modeling of 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.
- Extension of 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:
ValhallaPlate also builds upon the Valhalla DSP plugin heritage with minimalist, resizable 2D GUI with self-documenting tool tip area, a comprehensive preset browser to make easy saving, recalling and sharing settings. It also is 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).
MSRP is $50. More details at valhalladsp.com.