Analog In The Box has released Phonocamptica 2, the continuation of their reverb Nebula 3 library Phonocamptica. Both libraries complement each other and provide a big palette of different reverbs to choose from.
The name of the library is derived from the works and studies of Athanasius Kircher, who was a scholar of the 17th-century and has written about music and acoustics. One of his titles is called: "Musurgia Universalis" (1650). In this specific title he is experimenting how sound reflects.
With "Magia Phonocamptica, sive de Echo", Kircher has developed regularities in how sound reflects. Because of his works and studies, this library is dedicated to Kircher and his studies.
With more than 40 different reverb-programs, AITB have built a universal library for nearly every task where a reverb is useful, be it for movies and soundtracks, instruments, vocals or sound design.
All the reverbs are derived from two of the most famous reverb-machines out of Denmark.