Rare Signals Releases Analog-Modeled, All-Natural Transatlantic Plate Reverb Plug-In

Do you want a plate reverb plug-in modeled from the finest analog plates of Europe and The US with independent decay settings, and reverb tails that remain un-manipulated and sound natural?  

(Boston, MA) Music producers, engineers, mixers and recordists, take note. Rare Signals is pleased to announce the release of their first plug-in called the Transatlantic Plate Reverb which was developed by modeling the finest analog plate reverberation units from Europe and the U.S.. The plug-in will hit shelves on Sep.19. featuring 24 independent decay settings, and reverb tails that remain completely un-manipulated, preserving the natural sustain and stereo spread of the actual analog giants. Beautifully presented in a simple and powerful design.

“As mixing in the box became more frequent in my workflow, I quickly realized that there were essential pieces of gear that were only adequately represented in plug-in form. This inspired me to discover unique methods of accurately modeling the sound of this rare and essential gear that I had become accustomed to. The result of this can be heard in the ultra- smooth decay qualities of the Transatlantic Plate Reverb.” -Brian Charles. 

Main Features

  • Plug-in formats: 32 and 64-bit: AAX Native, AAX AudioSuite, VST, and Audio Units (AU)
  • Supported Sample Rates: Minimum: 44.1 kHz, Maximum: 192 kHz
  • Operating systems: Mac OS X 10.8 or later; Windows 7 or later
  • Supported Hosts: Pro Tools (10.3.5 or later), Live, Cubase, Nuendo, Sonar, Logic Pro, Digital Performer.

Available: NOW

Price: introductory sale price of $99 (Reg. $149) 

Web: www.raresignals.com

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