The Eventide Reverb 2016 recreates the legendary reverb algorithms of the Eventide SP2016. Every aspect of the original effects have been duplicated, including every detail of the user parameters.
The Reverb 2016 is built for reverb, it’s not a multi-effects box. It was designed from the perspective that reverb is used almost always and warrants a dedicated box with an optimal user interface.
Recreating the original reverbs is the bread and butter of the Reverb 2016, it also features new and enhanced versions of the originals. These new reverbs have the same basic structure of the originals but with more complex early reflections, higher density, and finer control of the parameters. The new reverbs represent the natural evolution of the development work that maxed out the array processing power of the SP2016.
- Stereo Room, Room Reverb and High Density Plate
- Store up to 99 user presets.
- High performance 24 bit DSP, 24 bit analog audio I/O, digital I/O and MIDI interface.
- The Reverb 2016 UI is extremely easy-to-use featuring dedicated controls for each of the effect’s parameters.
- The controls and display are intuitive. The UI is optimized for the studio and for live performance.
I still use them quite a bit. In recent years, on a lot of music, things have tended to be quite a bit drier. The Eventide is very good for sparkly, long reverb on vocals; I still use it on ballads.
The Reverb 2016 is expensive when compared to the glut of very high-quality and versatile reverbs and multi-effects processors now available in the UK. However, it does offer a unique sound quality that works wonderfully in the context of a mix, and is fantastically ergonomic to use. If the budget can stand it, this is definitely worthy of close personal attention - but measure your rack space first to avoid disappointment!
Quantization: 24 Bit
Sampling Frequency: 40kHz
Frequency Response: 20Hz-16kHz
Dynamic Range: 90dB
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