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Princeton Digital announced the 2016 Stereo Room, a VST compliant reverb plug-in for Windows hosts. Stereo Room is one of the reverbs from the Eventide SP2016.
"When we announced the Reverb 2016 as a plug-in suite for another platform, we had a number of impassioned pleas for a VST compatible version," said Tony Agnello, President of Princeton Digital. "With the release of Stereo Room, VST users now have access to this high quality parametric reverb."
Stereo Room processes two input channels and creates a pair of diffuse reverberant outputs. It offers parameters for pre-delay, decay time, diffusion, EQ, and a unique position control. The position control simulates placing the listener anywhere within the simulated room allowing the reverb to "sit" in the mixwithout cluttering it up.
2016 Stereo Room supports sample rates of 44.1, 48, and 96 kHz. System requirements include Windows and a VST host application. It is priced at $200 and is available now.
For more information, visit their web site at www.princetondigital.com