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September 10, 2004
Audio Damage has released its newest product, the Ratshack Reverb VST plug-in for OS X and Windows XP.
Ratshack Reverb is an emulation of the Realistic Electronic Reverb. From the user interface, which follows the original in every way, on down to the quirks of its operation, Audio Damage has modeled the Realistic unit down to the most minute detail.
As anyone who has owned the actual unit knows, the original is not a reverb at all, but rather an analog "bucket-brigade" delay. The Audio Damage emulation mirrors the sound of the unit precisely, and even includes the extreme input distortion obtainable by running a line-level signal in to the microphone input. From subtle vocal doubling to extreme runaway feedback, the Ratshack Reverb is a Swiss Army knife of lo-fi effects.
Ratshack Reverb has an MSRP of US$29.99, and is available from the Audio Damage website as a digital download purchase.
For more information, visit their web site at www.audiodamage.com