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Overloud Breverb 2
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Software algorithmic reverb from Overloud .

Public price: $269 incl. VAT
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  • Beautiful virtual machine!

    Overloud Breverb 2Published on 05/25/14 at 11:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Nothing to report, when the manual my faith it is always good to read but you can work with precision at the mere sight of the interface very clear and for once not undersized: farsighted say thank you!

    Against by the choice of red on black ... good must love. I do not like but I doubt that this information will be very useful :)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    On one with a Core i5 (@ 2.3) and legacy with 8 GB of RAM platform I opened multiple instances of the Breverb (up to 5 I think on a project of more than 60 tracks) without meet particular problem and provided up the level of buffers by-catch compared to the what is quite normal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I finished there is little third......
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    Nothing to report, when the manual my faith it is always good to read but you can work with precision at the mere sight of the interface very clear and for once not undersized: farsighted say thank you!

    Against by the choice of red on black ... good must love. I do not like but I doubt that this information will be very useful :)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    On one with a Core i5 (@ 2.3) and legacy with 8 GB of RAM platform I opened multiple instances of the Breverb (up to 5 I think on a project of more than 60 tracks) without meet particular problem and provided up the level of buffers by-catch compared to the what is quite normal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I finished there is little third album where Breverb 2 has occupied a key place in the final color mix on most tracks.
    I would not go around the bush at this price level is what I heard the most beautiful that is not in hardware (or DSP card) while producing quick results and it literally explodes some hardware plugs and 3 to 10 times more expensive!

    A total success, whatever the type of source to be treated, a beautiful grain and even stands on tail lengths delusional, could perform both the role of ambient reverb, space simulation that effect itself.

    The kind of plug that will cross the years without suffering from obsolescence, while a lot of hardware references (sometimes very high end) can not say that!
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