- All: Added function to down-sample the
plug-in when running above 48 kHz to reduce CPU
consumption in hosts running at high sample
- All: Sample rate independence mode added so
that moving between sample rates in hosts does
not change the IR gain and filtering
characteristics of Reverberate. When this mode
is set (as is now the default) IR gain is
independent of the host sample rate, and the
filters are limited to a maximum frequency of 22
kHz rather than being set as the Nyquist of the
sample rate. A compatibility mode is available
(see 'Settings', 'Sample Rate Dependence', 'Host
Rate Dependent') for users with presets or songs
used with sample rates other than 44.1 kHz that
may now change when running in the default 'Host
Rate Independent' mode.
- All: The core convolver now more evenly
distributes CPU load where projects have
multiple instances of Reverberate loaded
concurrently. This is especially noticeable in
high sample rate projects with multiple
instances of Reverberate loaded.
- All: VU meters now only show as red when the
audio is above 0dBFS.
- PC: Support for Aiff files in .aiff format
extensions (as opposed to just *.aif) in IR open
- OS X: IR navigation buttons now correctly
function with aiff files.
Reverberate is an efficient
convolution audio processor with modulation
capabilities offering true zero-latency operation
for two separate, stereo impulse responses.
Also available is Reverberate LE.
It is available in a standard CPU edition and a
version taking advantage of NVIDIA CUDA for the main
convolution processing tasks reducing CPU usage
where a G80** and above compatible card is found in
Reverberate LE is free but if you find it useful
LiquidSonics would appreciate it if you could make a
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