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Sunday, November 2, 2014

New Music Gear Monday: Eventide UltraReverb

Eventide has a long history of digital signal processing, being the first company to bring a digital delay to market, then the Harmonizer series, then the beloved 2016 reverb still revered by many mixers. The company now provides plugins that emulate the sound of many of its vintage units, and recently introduced the latest in the line called UltraReverb.

UltraReverb is an integrated bundle of 9 reverbs plus a compressor, four parametric EQs and stereo delays. The reverb algorithms are derived from the H8000 Ultra-Harmonizer and include Ambience, Rooms, Plates, Halls, Chambers, and the unit also features a compressor with a key input that can be set to either pre or post reverb, as well as 4 three-band parametric EQs.

UltraReverb also has a couple of very cool features in that you can control both the modulation depth and rate of the reverb tails, and there's a LoFi control for bit reduction to help emulate that vintage sound that we still love.

The plugin is available in AU, VST, or AAX64 formats for both Mac and Windows, and features over 300 presets created by audio pros and artists. It's available on the Eventide site for $199 with a free trial period, or from your favorite audio retailer. Here's a video that describes the UltraReverb's features.


1 comment:

ilter said...

I bought it for $69,95 from AudioDeluxe, and it was one of the best buys I've had recently.
I used to use an H3000 Harmonizer back in the 90s, and the reverbs on this plugin sounds soo familiar to me from that gem as well.
I don't know, maybe it's just the brand name :)
It's a truly creative reverb that is rare to see these days.


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