Plate Reverbs features two of the most beloved plate reverbs ever manufactured, the EMT 140 and the Lawson plate. Choose from multiple settings in high-quality audio formats. There are 26 different fi... Click To Read More About This Product
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Plate Reverbs features two of the most beloved plate reverbs ever manufactured, the EMT 140 and the Lawson plate. Choose from multiple settings in high-quality audio formats. There are 26 different files in this set, with a good deal of variety for application on vocals, brass, etc. There's just nothing like a great sounding plate to make a vocal shine and pierce through the mix.
There's no replacement for the real thing, but this collection comes really close and you don't have to pay a hefty price in an analogue studio to get it. One of the problems that many run into when using a real plate is wondering if the plate is tuned correctly. So even when a studio has a plate, does it really sound as good as you'd expect? With too little tension on the plate, you get a muddy bottom end, and not having even tension across the plate will render a decay that does not envelop that same decay smoothness that is coveted by those who love old plate reverbs. You don't don't have to wonder here. Place these files in your favorite DAW or convolution engine and you'll be glad you purchased this set.
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