LiquidSonics have made a convolution reverb that sounds like an algorithmic reverb — and not just any algorithmic reverb...
When convolution plug-ins first became generally available, it seemed that the only thing preventing them from taking over the reverb world was their CPU overhead. Fifteen or so years on, computer processor power is no longer an issue for most of us, yet many of the most advanced and desirable reverb units on the market today are still based on algorithmic rather than convolution engines. Top of this particular tree for many engineers is the Bricasti M7, a rackmounting processor that devotes immense DSP resources solely to the job of creating artificial...
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