MoReVoX And Overloud Release Dusty Racks Vol. 1, REmatrix Expansion

Recapture the sound of classic 1980s and 1990s reverb hardware units with this new expansion library - and it's available at a discount until November 11th.  

Overloud and MoReVoX, continuing their partnership, have released Dusty Racks Vol. 1, a REmatrix expansion library created for deep and natural reverberations. It collects 6 of the best reverb units from the ‘80s and the ‘90s.

Forgotten Units With Unique Sound

There were a huge number of reverb processors created in the ‘80s and ‘90s: most of them are practically unknown, even though they sounded really interesting. For those reasons they are valuable tools for achieving unique sounds today.

A collection of 334 IRs and 208 individual presets

The presets - as ever - have been created during real mix studio sessions with a particular focus on vocals, keyboards, synth, drums as well as acoustic instruments.

Dusty Racks has been created by capturing 6 of the most unique units:

  • Yamaha REV7 (40 IRs)
  • Alesis Quadraverb 2 (60 IRs)
  • Lexicon ALEX (50 IRs)
  • Roland SRV-2000 (54 IRs)
  • Roland DEP-3 (50 IRs)
  • Dynacord DRP15 (80 IRs)

IRs have been recorded using Neve and SSL preamps, and carefully edited all of the impulses to ensure they were consistent throughout the entire library. The impulses are divided into two banks: one bank made with single IR presets, designed to replicate the original vibe, and second multi-layer bank where the presets combine two or more IRs from different units layered together, extending the tonal palette and creating some really unprecedented reverb spaces.

Pricing And Availability

Dusty Racks Vol. 1 is available as a REmatrix expansion library. It can be used with the free REmatrix Player as well. It is currently shipping and available for download from Overloud website:

Dusty Racks Vol. 1 is available at an introductory offer of €49 / $49 until November 11th. The list price will be €79 / $79 from November 12th.

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