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Reflections LE is a simple and easy to use convolution reverberator offering the same quality and performance as its much more expensive competitors. As a low-cost plug-in, it features low latency down to 16 samples and even a zero-latency mode. The 32 Bit highly optimized algorithm uses SSE instructions to achieve outstanding performance.
Although Reflections LE is available for a low price it includes a high-quality 24-Bit 630 Mb impulse library, featuring optimized programs of some of the most expansive hardware reverberators and many real rooms and ambiences. The hundreds of provided impulse-responses are recorded in 24 Bit and up to 384 kHz and then optimized for the calculations in Reflections LE. The presets are available in different room sizes and reverb-lengths, making it easy to find the perfect reverb for the current production.
- 630 MB studio-library.
- Easy and friendly user-interface.
- Production-ready presets.
- Expandable by own impulse-files.
- Adjustable reverb-time.
- Modulation of the reverb.
- Extended stereo-adjustment.
- Reverb optimized high- and low-pass filter.
- Highly optimized stereo algorithm.
- Sample rates up to 96 kHz.
- Latencies from 0 to 512 samples (standard 16 samples).
- Low RAM-usage.
Reviewed By dub3000
April 16, 2007
This one does the trick, sounds great and runs almost latency free (I think it's 16 samples). I had three of them running at once and didn't really notice any serious CPU hit - it's doing everything I want, it seems stable and it sounds great. The built-in filters are quite decent as well.
Negative points: the documentation and user interface could be translated a little better (there are two separate knobs that both say "stereo", but they do different things). Also, the integrated presets appear to be all synthesized, there don't seem to be any nice big room recordings. You can drop your own IRs into one of three custom folders (it looks like they need to be stereo IRs to be loaded properly - goldwave will batch convert to stereo though) and they're easy to select through the UI, but you're limited to about 50 IRs per folder. You can also use a file requester to pull them in but it'd be nice to have a SIR style browser to just point at a big IR collection.
Regardless, an excellent first release and a good one to grab if you're stuck on a platform without automatic PDC.Read more