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Audio Damage Eos
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Audio Damage Eos

Software algorithmic reverb from Audio Damage .

Public price: $49 incl. VAT
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sonicsnap sonicsnap

«  A true gift! »

Published on 09/20/12 at 09:30
No particular problem during installation. Easy handling, the settings are sticking to a strict minimum. But there need anything else. Three types of reverb pre-delay, room size effect duration and can filter up and down. However, it was a setting, modulation gives a little life to her, and if necessary participates subtle realism. And that's all.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

No problem running or compatibility (Mac Pro, Digital Performer.) This plugin does not pull excessively on the processor.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a couple of years. What I like most about this reverb is its ease of use, but also its sound: Ample, silky, especially not metallic, in a word: Beautiful. And I usually difficult with reverb sounds.
It fits perfectly on the piano, whatever the dosage (For me, the piano is the ultimate test for a reverb, and it turns out great on this instrument, which means it should undoubtedly for all others. ) I also use it on all my snares.
Frankly, this quality reverb for less than fifty euros, it is a true gift. Audio Damage has a policy of very low prices, but the plugs are not less than the highest quality. And do not let the fact that it does not look like it is a very serious and plug its graphical interface is quite convenient to use. 10/10 without hesitation.
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