Launched in 2016, Reverb Foundry has released several reverb plugin products. HD Cart, an algorithmic reproduction of a rare expansion cartridge for a classic digital hardware reverb unit. This was followed up by M7 Link, a controller for the iconic hardware reverb, the Bricasti M7. Their most recent release Tai Chi, blends the design styles of multiple reverb houses in a new creation fit for the modern Atmos-equipped workflow era.
The addition of Reverb Foundry to the LiquidSonics brand will bring a comprehensive line-up of reverb plugins in one place. With a new update coming to the HD Cart plugin to offer Atmos compatibility, this will mean LiquidSonics will offer five different Atmos compatible reverbs. Each reverb has a distinct design ethos, sound, and set of features, giving both music and post professionals an extensive choice of reverb plugins to use on their music, TV, and movie projects.
Speaking about the merger, LiquidSonics founder Matt Hill said:
I was involved in the Reverb Foundry brand in a development role from the start. However, over time the two businesses have been drawn closer together, so now we are bringing reverb foundry products under the wing of the LiquidSonics brand fully. The Reverb Foundry name will continue, but as a part of LiquidSonics.
All of the Reverb Foundry products are now available from the LiquidSonics website.