Sanford Sound Design has announced the release of Sanford Reverb, a true stereo reverb designed to simulate "everything from small rooms to giant cavernous spaces," according to Sanford.
Left and right input channels each have a set of 3 early reflections that can be independently set. The pre-filter section lets you shape the tone of the input before it enters the reverb algorithm. Damping is provided to simulate wall absorption.
- Control over 6 early reflections, 3 for each channel.
- Pre-filter section for shaping the input's tone.
- Damping for simulating wall absorption.
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Pricing & Availability
Priced at $25, Sanford Reverb is available now for Windows as a VST effect plug-in.
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