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IK Multimedia Classik Studio Reverb suite

Postby EmbraceRandom » Sun Nov 28, 2010 11:00 am

Hey all,

Has anyone ever used them? There's currently an offer on ($99.99). I've been looking for a decent set of reverbs for ages, the native ones in PT don't really do it for me.

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Re: IK Multimedia Classik Studio Reverb suite

Postby TLK » Sun Nov 28, 2010 11:17 am

I use them a lot - really nice
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Re: IK Multimedia Classik Studio Reverb suite

Postby EmbraceRandom » Sun Nov 28, 2010 12:45 pm

I've already got the Hall reverb but I think, if the reverbs are good, then £75 for the plate, room and inverse reverb is still a good deal
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Re: IK Multimedia Classik Studio Reverb suite

Postby Freuman » Sun Nov 28, 2010 1:58 pm

Go for it!

:D

After a short search a while ago and some help from the good people on here, I now use this as my main algorithmic reverb. The presets are fairly unusable, but here are links to some that are a good starting point to tweak from:

Soundsdivine
Den
Den again

Absolute bargain at that price!

The only thing I will say is that for £20 more you can get T-RackS standard with it.

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Re: IK Multimedia Classik Studio Reverb suite

Postby EmbraceRandom » Sun Nov 28, 2010 2:05 pm

Cheers for the reply and nice find!

So the T-RackS 3 Standard consists of separate EQ, compressor, multiband limiter and soft-clipper, as well as the single plug-in that features all of the above?

Upon further inspection, it features the clipper and multiband limiter that I've already got, and I've got their opto comp (which is much better than their standard comp, imo) and the linear phase EQ!
£20 extra is a bargain, but is it for me? Lol
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Re: IK Multimedia Classik Studio Reverb suite

Postby Freuman » Sun Nov 28, 2010 2:26 pm

If I were you I wouldn't waste the £20 then! It looks like you have the pick of their Plug-ins.

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Re: IK Multimedia Classik Studio Reverb suite

Postby EmbraceRandom » Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:17 pm

It would seem that way lol. Thanks for those links by the way, the clip on that SoundsDivine website sounds pretty cool, at least it's (in some way) similar to some of the things I'll be using the reverbs for.

Cheers, I'll get them ordered.

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Re: IK Multimedia Classik Studio Reverb suite

Postby Darclinc » Mon Nov 29, 2010 7:57 am

I've been waiting for this day, patiently.

I'm also subscribed to the newsletter, and when this offer came along I couldn't help myself ..

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Re: IK Multimedia Classik Studio Reverb suite

Postby The_BPP » Mon Nov 29, 2010 9:57 am

I've used CSR for years - great sound, and easy-going on the CPU, too. Bonus(!)
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