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December 13, 2004
SpinAudio has announced the release of RoomVerb, their acoustic modeling reverb plug-in, for PowerCore.
RoomVerb is based on a Virtual Room Acoustic modeling technique designed to simulate various acoustic spaces from small bath rooms to large halls using a single set of parameters. Such an approach provides a unified way of controlling reverb and removes the limits inherited in traditional reverb design schemes based on either pre-defined algorithms or pre-calculated room response patterns.
The product is available in VST (PC/Mac OS X) and AudioUnit(Mac OS X) formats.
The main features of RoomVerb for PowerCore are:
The downloadable version of RoomVerb for PowerCore is now available for purchase in SpinAudio On-line Shop. The boxed version is expected to be available through SpinAudio distributors in January 2005. Free demo versions are available for download.
The product MSRP is 199 EUR, however for the period of December 2004 it is available for special Xmas price of 199 USD.
In addition, for the month of December, SpinAudio is offering Xmas pricing on other products as follows:
The prices are effective through December 31, 2004
For more information, visit their web site at www.spinaudio.com