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PSP releases 2445 software reverb

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PSP has released the PSP 2445, a reverb plugin based on two legendary early digital age reverberators.

The PSP 2445 is a reverb processor plug-in inspired by two legendary early digital age reverb units, the EMT 244 and EMT 245. PSP claims to have thoroughly researched how to bring the specific features of those simple, yet very musical sounding reverbs to life as a plug-in, then improved from the originals with a handy set of parameters to control details of the sound and mix the reverb – features which were not available in the original hardware. The PSP 2445 is capable of processing using one selected engine or both of them simultaneously. Plug-in formats include VST, AAX and RTAS for Windows as well as AudioUnit, VST, AAX and RTAS for Mac OSX.

Announced for an MSRP of $129, the PSP 2445 is currently available for the introductory price of $79 (+VAT) until January 1st 2016.

More details at PSP Audioware’s website.

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