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September 30, 2004
Sony Oxford has announced the Oxford Reverb plug-in, designed from the ground up as a flexible stereo reverberation generator.
As well as providing presets, the Oxford Reverb also allows complete and total control over all of its many parameters. These include comprehensive Early Reflections and Reverb Tail sections, combined with integrated 5-band Parametric EQ. This gives the user the powerful facility to create virtual spaces freely, depending on artistic need. Options range from dry reflection ambiences, room and hall simulations, sound effects, all the way to wide open reverberant spaces with a very large range of possible texture and spatial character.
Designed for the Digidesign ProTools platform, compatible with ProTools HD (and HD Accel systems) and all supported ProTools LE systems. It is both Mac OSX and Windows XP compatible.
The Oxford Reverb is available for purchase now at www.sonyplugins.com and dealers worldwide. Price 575.00 GBP (Approx. 846.00 EUR)
Sony Oxford Surround Reverb Upgrade
A Surround Version of the Oxford Reverb is planned for release in the first half of 2005. This will be a no-charge upgrade for existing Oxford Reverb owners.
For more information, visit their web site at www.sony.com