Spacerek from D16 is a supreme virtual space reverb plug-in that has a vintage touch but powerful modern capabilities. Its unique and compact interface will let you create intuitively some amazing space reverbs without the hassle of getting too complex on your tweaking and parameters. There are 114 reverb models giving you a good starting point to test your sound and various room types and microphone and speaker setups.

The hybrid algorithm at the heart of Spacerek wires demonstrated virtual spaces to an energetic delay network, creating reverb tails with remarkably realistic early reflections, thick, colourful late reflections, and independently movable ER and LR pre-delay times. Handfuls of imitated room sorts take in corridors, towers, chambers, burrows and much more, and each one coordinating an assortment of the preset stereo receiver and speaker setups.

The Plug-in too makes adjusting the Coordinate signal, Early reflections and Late reflections simple with its three-channel mixer; whereas the exceedingly melodic Tilt EQ and Low Cut filter modules give easy forming of the by and large tail. And as each Reverb Demonstrate is pre-configured for left-right or mid-side stereo operation, tweaking width and specialization may be a snap. Spacerek’s early reflections are produced by D16’s exclusive Virtual Space Reverb motor, which reenacts a different cluster of real-world spaces with meticulous precision.

The reverb model characterizes not as it were the acoustic properties of the space it speaks to but moreover the situating of the stereo speakers and receivers utilized to send the source signal through that space, for even more prominent natural authenticity and flexibility. Two stages of melodic recurrence forming empower tonal customisation of the tail, for applying those significant wrapping up touches to your reverb. The Tilt EQ gives moment boosting of lows or highs, whereas the Low Cut channel is perfect for clearing mud and rumble out of the mid and/or side signals.

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