Reverb 2016 Stereo Room features the Legendary Reverb Algorithm of Eventide's SP2016.
Long used as an essential reverb for mixing hit records, the Eventide SP2016, while long discontinued, is still in use in places like Ocean Way. Now, the top favorite reverb algorithm from this sought after hardware box is now available for Pro Tools AAX, VST, and AU.
- Natural and distinctive; unique sound.
- Simple, intuitive parametric controls.
- Complex early reflections.
- Smooth decay tail.
- Novel Position control for precise room placement.
- Decay control sets the reverb time.
- Predelay adds a delay before the reverb.
- Diffusion alters the character of the space.
- EQ block: corner frequency and gain controls.
- Input gain control for precise level matching.
- Kill button for quick effect audition.
Introduced in 1971, the Omnipressor rack unit was widely used on hit records throughout the last four decades. One of our first customers was a young Brian May, lead guitarist of Queen. With the Omnipressor in his rig, his sound was never the same again.
A double-knee compressor/limiter, the Omnipressor has the unique ability of simultaneously compressing and expanding audio; it is capable of extreme compression, limiting, expanding, and dynamic reversal.
Now, this software plug-in of the Omnipressor is available for the first time for Pro Tools AAX, VST, and AU.
Pricing & Availability
The 2016 Stereo Room and Omnipressor plug-ins are available now. 2016 Stereo Room and Omnipressor are available through authorized Eventide software dealers, and on eventide.com for a special introductory price of $149 (regularly $199) for the 2016 Stereo Room and $99 (regularly $149) for the Omnipressor.