Audified have released the Linda IronVerb plugin, a classic algorithmic reverb featuring 6 modes, variety of controls and unique Ironize effect. It’s available the intro price of $49, increasing to $99 after the offer.
Here are some of the features that are included.
IronVerb is a classic algorithmic reverb, perfect for all reverb needs – from subtle, short reverb to huge atmospheric, ethereal, and ambient textures with long decay. The main feature, the Ironize modulation, which adds an iron-like sound to reverb tails. Featuring 6 different modes, a multitude of parameters such as predelay, feedback, and damping, you can tweak it for your desires and needs. The modulation section allows mixing vibrato/chorus into the reverb. Its use is anywhere – from drums, vocals, and guitars, to simulating large spaces such as halls or cathedrals.
Featuring 6 different modes, with original algorithms, for various reverb colors and vibe. Including Flutter with periodic warbling effect; Plate based on classic vintage plates used in recording studios; Slapback with a slower attack which results in slapback echo-like sound; Dense with its narrow space and high density resulting in sharp sound; Steel simulating steel barrel; Steel2 bringing a different vibe to the Steel barrel sound, with a slower attack.
Predelay allows for delaying the time before first reflections start to occur, up to 500ms. Feedback controls the amount and time of reflections – from shorter, echo-like reflections to long decay trails, in essence acting as a decay control.
Ironize is the very feature that makes IronVerb special. It adds a smooth or glossy iron-like character to the sound, making it perfect for pad sounds, atmospheric sounds, and ambient soundscapes. The knob controls the amount of Ironize modulation, which means you can add subtle Ironize sound to more traditional reverb sounds and give them a unique sound.
Damp Amt simulates the amount of absorption of higher frequencies by reflective surfaces and allows darkening or brightening of the reverb tails. The Damp Freq control provides a frequency choice from 100 Hz to 15 kHz to tailor the perfect sound of the reverb. Resonance sets the resonance/mid-frequency shaping of the damping filter. The more Reso, the more gain is added to the band just below the damping frequency, and the less gain is applied to the rest of the spectrum.
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