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Scuffham S-Gear gets new reverb and module presets

Scuffham Amps is very pleased to announce the immediate availability of S-Gear v2.1.  Headlining this release is the new RoomThing reverb unit, a versatile algorithmic reverb processor capable of producing very musical reverbs including realistic rooms and halls, big open and fresh ambient spaces, short decay effects for cabinet enhancement, and even some great sounding spring reverb emulations.
But that's not all!  S-Gear v2.1 also includes great new functionality such as saving and recalling presets for each individual device and support for drag & drop when importing presets.
For Cubase and Nuendo fans on the Mac, this release sees the full inclusion of VST3 format with the OS X installation. Next on the development schedule, the top priority now is to deliver an AAX implementation so that S-Gear can find its way into more studio projects.


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