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Software algorithmic reverb from Empty Room Systems

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EMpTy Room Systems has announced that version 2.0 of the EMpTy 250 reverb plug-in will be released on the 1st of November 2010 for Windows as a VST effect plug-in.

The Mac OS X AU and VST version is under development, this version will use iLok protection and will need the iLok dongle.

 

The original hardware EMT-250, that the reverb is based on, audio lovers praise for its warm and lush reverb. ERS identified its specifics and reinvented the sound in a modern technology tool.

 

The EMpTy 250 reverb has been updated with:

  • New and smaller User interface.
  • A carefully designed 14 pole input/output filter combined with a steep sweepable high-cut filter.
  • An improved classic algorithm that is more transparent and has improved mono compatibility.
  • An extra modern algorithm. This setting is specially built for melodic instruments. It sounds a bit repetitive on percussive sounds, but on guitar, piano, etc. it sounds much richer than the vintage algorithm.
  • 5.1 sound support, with volume control on every channel.
  • A new front/back switch. In 5.1 mode it also reverses the front and surround channels.
  • An installer that helps with installing and uninstalling the plug-in. The installer will add the plug-in to the VST directory and will create a shortcut for the manual.
  • Presets and a presets handler, so it is easier to start working with the EMpTy 250.
  • Numerous bug fixes.

 

The update to version 2.0 is free for all the existing official 1.0 owners.

 

Pricing & Availability

For new customers it is available for €149 at www.emptyroomsystems.com.

The update will be available for purchase on 1st of November 2010. ERS will provide a limited functional demo along with audio files showing the sound of this updated plug-in.

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