Acustica Audio have announced the release of the latest two expansion volumes for their Silver reverb plug-in, adding a total of 36 new emulations from two different hardware reverb devices.
Volume M includes 22 emulations based on a Klark-Teknik DN 780 Digital Reverberator / Processor, a device which Acustica say offers unique and incredible reverberations that cannot be found elsewhere, providing users with a unique and flexible means of producing realistic acoustic simulations for environments of all types and sizes.
The company say that these characteristics make the device extremely useful in a thick rock or pop mix, and that Volume M is a good addition to Silver for those who are fans of natural and transparent reverbs but still wish to give their source material some more character.
Volume N consists of 14 emulations based on Yamaha’s SPX900 Professional Multi-Effects Processor unit. Acustica have focused on sampling the device’s 14 reverbs, which include a selection of Hall, Room, Vocal, Plate, Echo Room, and Gate types. Volume N promises to deliver clean sounding reverbs and to encourage users to experiment with creating new sounds, with the company describing the results as “classic, lush, and realistic emulations”.
For more information on Silver, check out our in-depth review from the January 2022 issue of SOS.
Silver is supported on PCs running Windows 10 and above, and both Intel and Apple Silicon Macs running macOS X 10.13 and above. The plug-in is available in VST, VST3, AAX and AU formats.
Pricing & Availability
Both expansions are available now, with Volume M priced at €49, and Volume N costing €29.