PSP, normally based in Poland have annnounced from sunny California at Namm 2013, the release of their new redesigned creative resonant reverb plugin plug-in PSP PianoVerb2, based on their freeware plug-in PSP PianoVerb! This is what they say…
For those who don’t already know, PianoVerb is so named because it creates its unique sound with twelve resonant filters that mimic the behavior of piano strings. The ability to transpose, tune and detune the set of strings allow you to set up PianoVerb2 to deliver a wide range of reverberations ranging from traditional wide spread reverb to unique and unusual resonances.
With the addition of a brand new modulation section and the ability to set up multiple settings of time and damping and decay freezing (via A/B comparison function) this little plug-in delivers amazing options for creative use. Add to that some other amazing new additions such as a high pass filter section, independent dry/wet controls and a reverb tail freeze control, and you can see just how PianoVerb2 has become a truly comprehensive and unique algorithmic reverb! Whenever you want to add some natural resonance to a weak piano track, vitalize your leading guitar with a bit of sustain or simply add a touch of a nice reverb to the selected track, PSP PianoVerb2 can do the job!
The fully operational 14 day demos of the PSP PianoVerb2 (in AudioUnit, VST, RTAS and AAX format for Mac OSX and VST, RTAS and AAX format for Windows) are available now on our web page. PSP PianoVerb1 is still available for free for people who open an account at our user area.
Until 1st February 2013 you can buy PSP PianoVerb2 at the special introductory price of $39* (20% off). Starting from 2nd February 2013 the regular price of $49* will be applied.