Eventide launches the UltraReverb
The new Eventide plug-in is a 9-algorithm reverb and it’s available with a special introductory price until October 17th.
The UltraReverb features 9 types of reverbs, including rooms, plates, halls, chambers and ambiance from the H8000 Ultra-Harmonizer.
You can also add pre- or post-reverb stereo delays with tempo sync and a compressor. The plug-in also includes four 3-band EQs and modulation rate and depth controls, as well as a bit reductor for Lo-Fi effects.
The UltraReverb ships with more than 300 presets cooked by la crème of the industry (Andrew Scheps, Charlie May, Richard Devine, Peter Bischoff, Sasha and Dave Gardener, Colin Newman…).
The plug-in is available in VST, AU and AAX 64-bit for Mac OS X and Windows. It has an introductory price of $79 instead of $199 until October 17th, at promotions.eventide.com/ultrareverb.jsp and at authorized retailers.
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