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ACM530X1 Stereo Reverb

ACM530X1 Stereo Reverb
ACM530X1 Stereo Reverb by Applied Computer Music Technologies is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows and Linux. It functions as a VST Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and a CLAP Plugin.
Requires 64-bit Windows 7 or newer.
Linux x86-64 / AMD64 64-bit e.g. Ubuntu 20.04 LTS or newer.
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The ACM530X1 algorithmically emulates a mechanical plate reverb, still regarded as a mainstay of many recording studios, for a diverse range of effects including drum enhancement or vocal ambience - while complementing more complex or resource intensive convolution models. Economical with system resources, the ACM530X1 is ideal for classic reverb effects while still leaving sufficient processing available for the most complex audio workstation projects.

Sub-sample resolution pre-delay, variable decay time and damping, coupled with virtual reverb plate transducer amplifiers for enhanced harmonic drive at high levels, and a Wet-only switch for use on a dedicated reverb buss, enable a wide variety of configuration options:

  • Smooth controls with no 'zipper noise' when adjusting the plug-in settings.
  • Adjustable pre-delay with sub-sample accuracy.
  • Variable decay time and HF damping.
  • 'Wet Only' mode for use on a dedicated reverb buss.
  • Physically modelled rotary control modes.
  • Resizable, modern stylized user interface.
  • Low CPU demand.
  • VST, VST3, and CLAP plug-in for Windows and Linux.
  • Easy to install.

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