Audio Damage EOS is 'custom designed' reverb
9th Jun 2009 | 13:45
Algorithms for the modern producer
PRESS RELEASE: Audio Damage, Inc is pleased to announce the release of Eos, an alogorithmic reverb plug-in for VST and AudioUnit hosts.Eos consists of three high-quality custom-designed reverb algorithms, made with the modern production environment in mind.
Two different plate simulators and our own Superhall algorithm give you a broad palette of reverb, and the easy-to-understand interface makes adjusting the algorithms incredibly simple.
Rather than cloning some dusty old hardware device nobody uses any more, Audio Damage built Eos around three all-new algorithms, written by one of the leading researchers in the reverb field. These algorithms can easily create everything required in today's streamlined production workflow, including short dense rooms, smooth dark plates, and open, airy chambers.
Where Eos truly shines, however, is in the Superhall algorithm, which is specifically designed to recreate the long, modulated hall sounds of Harold Budd and Brian Eno albums for synths and pianos.
» Three custom-designed algorithms: Plate 1 (mono in, stereo out), Plate 2 (true stereo), and Superhall (true stereo) built with modern production in mind.
» All standard reverb controls, including modulation rate and depth, attack, diffusion, and full control over the EQ and multipliers of the reverb tail.
» Infinite control for "freeze" effects.
» Unique visual controls designed for quick and easy programming.
» Low CPU usage compared to other algorithmic reverb plug-ins, and far lower than the average convolution 'verb.
» Full MIDI learn for hardware control of most parameters (VST only).
Eos is US$49.00 for AudioUnits and VST hosts.
For more information, visitwww.audiodamage.com
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