Some equipment racks are lucky enough to have an Eventide SP2016.
It's an effects processor from the mid-1980's that included several
reverb algorithms that are still prized today: Stereo Room, Room
Reverb, and High Density Plate.
Princeton Digital has recreated these reverbs in the Reverb
2016 hardware unit, and these same sounds are available as a set
of Digidesign Pro Tools TDM (DSP-based) plugins.
You can get them in a set of 3 for US$699. We also offer the
Plate Reverb 'unbundled' for US$199. See this for the stand-alone plate reverb.
Sample rate support: 44.1, 48, and 96 KHz support for HD or Accel
systems. Note that 96 KHz support requires Accel.
- Pro Tools 6.0 or later (No Mix or LE support)
- Mac OS X 10.2.4 or later or Windows XP
- HD or Accel hardware required
- iLok required. Demo & full authorizations thru iLok.com