Vrsonic HeadSpace Room
VRSonic has announced the release of HeadSpace Room, a new reverb VST plug-in that uses physical modeling technology to simulate room reverberation.
Headspace Room features a user-definable virtual listening environment including adjustable room dimensions and material properties. Floor, wall, and ceiling materials may be chosen from a bank of 35 materials to create a true to life room model. All parameters can be adjusted in real-time to optimize the mixing process. HeadSpace Room is compatible with all digital audio workstations (DAWs).
According to Vrsonic, HeadSpace Room differs from other reverb plug-ins which often require extensive parameter twiddling to achieve realistic results. Instead of spending hours adjusting audio signal parameters, HeadSpace Room is designed to let you specify the properties of any room you want directly so you can quickly get the sound you want.
HeadSpace Room features reconfigurable inputs and outputs which may be used in different configurations. Given mono input, it can produce reverb in either mono, stereo or 5.1 surround output. With stereo or 5.1 input the plugin applies mono reverb to each of the input channels acting as a multi-channel reverb unit.
HeadSpace Room is built on top of VRSonic's advanced audio rendering engine, SoundScape3D. The software is available immediately as a free download. Retail price for HeadSpace Room is $99.00.
For more information, visit their web site at www.vrsonic.com.
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