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News Relab Development LX480 Lite

Software algorithmic reverb from Relab Development

Public price: $199 incl. VAT

Relab Development has announced the release of an emulation of a "legendary" hardware reverb.

LX480 Lite consists of the Random Hall and the Random Hall HD from the upcoming LX480 MK2 plug-in.

Features

  • Recreation of the Random Hall algorithm from the well known hardware reverb.
  • Modeled input and output stages – Everything is modeled from internal clipping to quirks in the feedback loops.
  • Additional exclusive features and functions not found on the original:
    • Continuous controls.
    • Flexible and additional filter structures for better sound shaping.
    • More ER delay lines.
    • Stereo manipulation.
    • 88.2Khz and 96Khz support.
  • Improved algorithms with higher density than the original.
  • Quick controls and customizable display.

 

Pricing & Availability

LX480 Lite costs $199 and is available for Windows and Mac OS X (Intel) in VST and AU effect plug-in formats (with an RTAS version coming). An upgrade to the MK2 plug-in when it is released in the near future will be available for $300.

  • acoosticzoo 12 posts
    acoosticzoo
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    Posted on 07/30/2010 at 21:05:47
    Currently a very unique plugin modeling the Classic 480L, however this lite version would be a little steep at 200 USD considering competitors like 2AC Aether is just $250.

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