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PSP release v1.1 of their 2445 reverb

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Software algorithmic reverb from PSP Audioware .

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The PSP 2445 reverb was updated to version 1.1.0 - an update that comes with both a new feature and a new introductory price.

PSP 2445 has been updated to version 1.1.0 and now includes the possibility to control the reverberator’s modulation depth, reportedly following suggestions made by users of the initial version of the plugin. The default value is at 12 o’clock, and modulation increases clockwise (and hence decreases counter-clockwise).
But this is not all, as until February 28th 2016, PSP 2445 is available at the special re-introductory price of $99, while starting on March 1st the regular price of $129 will apply. Prices do not include VAT if applicable. More details at PSP Audioware's website.

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