LiquidSonics have release version 2 of their fantastic Reverberate convolution reverb plug in featuring their most innovative reverb technology to date called Fusion-IR.
In this review Dan Cooper takes a look at Reverberate 2.0 showing you around the GUI and demonstrating it's features in a music mix.
To purchase Reverberate 2.0 or upgrade from Reverberate 1 please visit the Liquidsonic's website here.
Reverberate 2 introduces Fusion-IRs. Fusion IR is an innovative approach to convolution reverb creating a lively, organic reverberation that is impossible to achieve with traditional static convolution.
Fusion-IR processing captures the evolving character of time-varying reverbs using multiple true-stereo reverb streams that are processed simultaneously. The inputs to the convolution streams are modulated and the outputs fused into a rich, captivating space that mixes effortlessly with your music.
LiquidSonics have also produced a new Bricasti M7 Fusion-IR library which is available as a free download for Reverberate 2.0 users.
Reverberate 2.0 is available for VST, AU and AAX formats.
Existing Reverberate 1 users can upgrade to version 2 for just £35.