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Eventide UltraReverb

Software algorithmic reverb from Eventide .

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Mike Levine

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1 Posted on 10/27/2014 at 10:55:37
More than Just Another Reverb
Eventide’s UltraReverb is an algorithmic reverb plug-in that offers impressive sound quality, sonic control and flexibility, making it a potent contender in the reverb plug-in wars. Not only does it feature reverb, but also a built-in compressor (mainly for compressing the reverb signal) and stereo delay line. As a result, it’s useful both for bread-and-butter reverb applications like vocals, snare drums and acoustic instruments, as well as for electronic and sound-design applications.

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