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Audio Ease Altiverb 7 XL

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Audio Ease Altiverb 7 XLPublished on 11/30/12 at 16:11
I haven't found any issues regarding this software, the manual is quite clear and provides all the necessary information and I must also mention how easy and fast the general configuration and setup of this program is.



SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The software works decent , stable , without any type of errors or crashes.
I'm getting high-quality results with the feel of this real soft , warm reverb that uses real samples of sound.

OVERALL OPINION

What I like the most about is the realistic feel that offers two and four channel sampled acoustics of real halls, cathedrals, bathrooms , and many other features like creating and sampling your own space.
Altiverb is the first reverb......
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I haven't found any issues regarding this software, the manual is quite clear and provides all the necessary information and I must also mention how easy and fast the general configuration and setup of this program is.



SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The software works decent , stable , without any type of errors or crashes.
I'm getting high-quality results with the feel of this real soft , warm reverb that uses real samples of sound.

OVERALL OPINION

What I like the most about is the realistic feel that offers two and four channel sampled acoustics of real halls, cathedrals, bathrooms , and many other features like creating and sampling your own space.
Altiverb is the first reverb software to have advantage of the power of Apple's Altivec Velocity Engine which means that it requires a G4 to start.
I also do like how great and high quality this reverb sounds and it's use that is really really wide , from using on different acoustic instruments like piano or guitar to some synths like Native Instrument's Massive.

My opinion about the value of price is good, however this is a amateur plugin , it costs pretty much, and I do not advice to buy it unless you're very serious about your music , this product costs around 600$.

Precision and quality of sounds is very very good , I would rate it 9.5/ 10 , the only criticism that I can give is that it uses many resources, but aren't all high quality reverbs like this?.

I've tried several reverbs, some of my favorites are Aether , Reverberate and this product called Altiverb , you can do some crazy effects combining some presets provided by Aether and Altiverb.

Knowing what I know I would buy this product over and over again because of the quality provided by it and how realistic the reverb sounds.
However the price is quite huge, so you can search other alternative if this product doesn't fit your budget.
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  • Manufacturer: Audio Ease
  • Model: Altiverb 7 XL
  • Category: Software convolution reverbs
  • Added in our database on: 12/09/2011

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