Adventures In Audio
Studiodevices Releases Reflections LE Convolution Reverb VST Plug-In

David Mellor

David Mellor is CEO and Course Director of Audio Masterclass. David has designed courses in audio education and training since 1986 and is the publisher and principal writer of Adventures In Audio.

Thursday November 30, 2006
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STUDIODEVICES releases REFLECTIONS LE, a low cost, low CPU, low latency, high quality convolution reverb VST-plug-in including 500 MB of premium studio impulse-responses of world-class hardware and selected real rooms and ambiences in 24-bit quality.

Reflections LE is a simple and easy to use convolution reverberator with the same excellent quality and performance as its much more expensive competitors. It features low latency down to 16 samples and even a zero-latency mode. The 32 Bit high optimized algorithm uses SSE instructions, resulting in outstanding performance.

Reflections LE includes a high quality 24 Bit 500 MB impulse library, recruiting optimized programs of the most expansive hardware reverberators and many well selected real rooms and ambiences. The hundreds of provided impulse-responses are recorded in 24-bit and up to 384 kHz and then are optimized for the calculations in Reflections LE. The presets are ready to use in studio productions and are available in different room sizes and reverb-lengths, so that it is really easy to find the fitting reverb for the current production immediately.

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Reflections LE is available immediately for an introduction price of 59 Euro at www.studiodevices.com. It will be shipped on a CD-ROM including the license and the 500 MB library.

For more information, visit their web site at www.studiodevices.com

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