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HOFA launches the IQ-Reverb plug-in

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HOFA Plugins introduces IQ-Reverb, a new reverb plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows.

IQ-Reverb is a true stereo convolution reverb plug-in that features a selection of real spaces and hardware units impulse responses as well as layered reverb combinations specially designed for the plug-in. You can also import and edit your own stereo IRs.

The IQ-Reverb GUI displays a 3D view of the reverb and processing. A control section includes IR length and envelope adjustments on three frequency ranges. You can also reverse the reverb or create gated effects.

Last, the plug-in includes a modulation section.

IQ-Reverb is available in VST2, VST3, AU, RTAS and AAX formats for Mac OS X 10.5 and above and Windows XP to 8.

It is available for the special introductory price of 129.90€. Regular price is 149.90€. You can also download a 14-day demo version from hofa-plugins.de.

 

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