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Digital Reverb

TC Electronic Reverb 4000 Digital Reverb

TC Electronic Reverb 4000 is a single-engine stereo version of Reverb 6000, featuring the best reverbs and presets from Reverb 6000 and M5000 as well as emulations of numerous classics. True Stereo Reverbs – Ported from Reverb 6000. Realistic Environments – from a Closet to a Canyon. DAW Integration – via innovative ICON Software

Eventide Reverb 2016 Digital Reverb

The Eventide Reverb 2016 released in 2003, recreates the legendary reverb algorithms of the original Eventide SP2016, albeit with 24 bit clarity.  Every aspect of the original Eventide 2016’s effects have been duplicated in this newer Eventide 2016, including every detail of the user parameters.

Yamaha SPX2000 Professional Multi-Effect Processor

The Yamaha SPX2000, while inheriting the standard interface and popular programs from its predecessors, brings a new dimension to the SPX sound with advanced REV-X reverb algorithms and 24-bit, 96k-Hz audio processing.

Kurzweil Rumour Reverb

Kurzweil Rumour is based on the effects found in the KSP8, Kurzweil’s flagship multichannel effects processor, and offer easy-to-use effect presets for any environment. Both models are single rack space units featuring 192 effects presets, 64 locations for user-created presets, balanced stereo analog inputs and outputs, S/PDIF digital I/O, and pre-effect EQ.

Kurzweil KSP8 Multi-Bus Signal Processor

From the creators of the finest synthesizers in the world comes the world’s most powerful effects processor, The Kurzweil KSP8 is winner of the 2003 Electronic Musician Editors Choice Award for Best Effects Processor Over $1000.

Yamaha SRev1 Sampling Reverberator

Reminiscent of their own REV1, the SREV1 was Yamaha once again going all out to take on the big brands, namely Lexicon in the studio reverb space. The Yamaha SRev1 is perfect for recording studios, audio post, broadcast, concert halls, theaters, or anyone looking for superb quality reverb that sounds just like the real thing, with the option to sample the reverberation characteristics of any location for use back in the studio.

Lexicon 960L Digital Effects System

Lexicon 960L, was the last of the big reverbs from Lexicon and was a configurable Stereo/Surround Reverb Processor and Flying Fader Remote. (LARC) For nearly thirty years, the world’s most accomplished engineers and producers have relied upon Lexicon for their most critical music and sound productions, and the Lexicon 960L was a powerhouse.

Roland SRV-3030 24bit Digital Reverb

With all that Roland had learned from making superb effects processors like the SRV-330 and R-880, the SRV-3030 should have been so much better than it was. The Roland SRV-3030 is a very polarizing processor, it seems you either love it or hate it. We found it to be anemic to say the least, and no where near as lush sounding as the Roland SRV-330.

Sony DRE-S777 Sampling Digital Reverb

After the lack-luster DPS-V55, Sony had one last shot at the studio effects market, and they went out on a high with the spectacular DRE-S777 Sampling Reverb. The Sony DRE-S777 was a new type of reverb, one that used real impulse responses to capture real space, rather than the traditional method from the past of trying to emulate a real space.

TC Electronic M3000 Digital Reverb

The TC Electronic M3000 has some of the best sounding, most versatile and easy-to-use professional reverbs for music and film/post applications. The VSS3-reverb technology inherent in the TC Electronic M3000 is an industry standard.
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