Boscomac offers a reverb for Reaktor
Boscomac offers Reaktor users the new Floodverb free reverb add-on that includes three control modes.
Floodverb features three modes of action: Fixed allows you to define the reverb length, just like on a traditional effect, with an Infinite option ; Controlled reacts to your MIDI controller and Ducked listens to the input signal for an infinite reverb that suspends the last played note, with threshold control and a Reset feature.
Floodverb also features high, mid and low cut filters as well as a diffusion control.
The add-on for Reaktor can be downloaded for free from boscomac.free.fr.
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