Seaweed Audio updates Fathom to v2.23 with Fractal Reverb

19th November 2018

Seaweed Audio has updated Fathom to v2.23 with a new Fractal Reverb algorithm that uses pure digital delay without the resonance of comb filters.

The user can select between 16 and 256 reflections with non-linear timing to create complex room acoustics and bright, resonance-free reverb. Separate controls are provided for shape, attack, sustain and release durations, along with time and filter controls for two independent echo channels.

Each of the 256 reflection delays contains its own multi-mode filter. Filter cutoffs are graded so the frequency content attenuates in proportion to distance. A bank of 256 chorus units with distributed oscillating speeds are used to create both subtle and orchestral room acoustics.

A new Solidtrax sound bank has also been added with 30 film score stingers.

All changes in v2.23.0:

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