Native Instruments launch a classic reverb bundle
Though they're not at NAMM, Native Instruments won't really miss the Show and launch, a few hours before the opening the Reverb Classic bundle.
Designed by Softube, the Reverb Classics bundle recreate two renowned hall reverbs that have shaped the sound of music since the 1980s.
The RC 24 includes three reverb algorithms and six sliders on the interface control the same parameters on all three algorithms : Predelay and Depth determine the size and feel of the tail. Modulation and Intensity add spin and motion, while Bass, Mid, and Hi-Cut sliders provide deep tone control.
The RC 48 offers two algorithms and six intuitive sliders control the same parameters in both algorithms. As well as Size, Diffusion and Spread controls let you shape the reverb tail. The Random Hall algorithm features Spin and Wander controls for creating random movement. And for advanced sound design, use the Effect setting to create modulation effects.
Both REVERB CLASSICS feature a special display that lets you see the ‘shape’ and intensity of the reverb’s acoustic footprint, for real-time visual feedback.
Both effects run as stand-alone plugins in any DAW on PC and Mac OS X, and integrate perfectly with MASCHINE. The Reverb Classics can be purchased in bundle for 199€ or separately for 149€ each. More info on www.native-instruments.com.
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