PSP Re-Releases PianoVerb
PSP has announced that it is re-releasing the freeware plug-in PSP PianoVerb.
PSP PianoVerb is now compatible with the newest systems including, for the first time, Mac OS X. It is still a freeware plug-in but requires authorization, the company says.
PSP PianoVerb is designed to reproduce a special kind of reverberation originally provided by piano strings. It generates reverberation using twelve string operators with adjustable damping and decay time. Each of them is tuned to a particular note starting from A (55Hz) to a G# (103.8Hz).
The PSP PianoVerb string system can be transposed in the range of +-24 semitones, tuned within a range of +-100 cents and be detuned as well. Transposing to lower octaves produces a bigger and less resonant sound similar to traditional reverbs, while in turn transposing to higher octaves produces a very bright harp-like effect, according to PSP.
PSP PianoVerb is now available in 32- and 64-bit versions for Windows and Mac OS X in VST, AU and RTAS effect plug-in formats.
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