The AKG ADR 68K is a multifaceted digital audio processor. Although it produces superb reverberation, it is far more than just another digital reverb. It produces a wide range of useful time-based effects.
AKG are known for studio microphones, but back in 1986, they released the AKG 68k Digital Reverb. Christopher Moore, the genius behind the Ursa Major Space Station, went to work for AKG and was key to the development of the AKG 68K.