MolecularBytes updates AtomicReverb to version 1.3
The update adds many new features and enhancements
AtomicReverb provides highly configurable room- and reverb-processing for early reflections and reverberation (late-reverb) with maximum flexibility.
What's new in AtomicReverb 1.3.0:
- Performance improvements (allows to run >100 instances on modern CPUs).
- Copy & Paste current preset as XML to clipboard.
- Fast user-default preset access (Set-As-Default, Parameter to Default).
- Switch to bypass early-reflections from equalizer.
- Damping improved and extended.
- Improved early reflection processing.
- User interface improvements.
- Nicer flat skin.
- Added some factory presets.
- TRIAL version: All presets available.
- Different bug-fixes.
Users of earlier versions will get the update for free. A free trial version and user manuals are available for download on the developer's website.
Price: 69€ (approx. $89)
Visit www.molecularbytes.com for more information.
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