Overloud Announces Breverb
Overloud has taken the wraps off Breverb, a hi-end algorithmic reverberation plug-in that aims to faithfully recreate the sound of revered hardware reverbs while keeping CPU load very low.
Breverb comprises four different algorithms, Hall, Room, Plate and Inverse, each one accurately modeled and engineered “with no compromises in sound quality”. Breverb’s no frills hardware-like user interface gives you immediate control over all of the parameters, allowing you to dynamically map parameters to six assignable controllers and to store, recall and automate presets in any way you want.
â€¢ Four main Algorithms: Hall, Room, Plate and Inverse
â€¢ Modeled after the most sought-after hardware units
â€¢ Full EQ section to tailor Breverb frequency response
â€¢ Extended Nonlinear section to forge reverberation shape
â€¢ “Motion” controls to add liveness and musicality
â€¢ Two different user interface modes: compact and hardware
â€¢ Six fully assignable hardware-modeled faders
â€¢ Full automation capability through host sequencers
â€¢ Very low CPU usage: 80 stereo instances opened on a Pentium 4 3GHz processor
â€¢ Host-sync of all rates and times
Overloud’s Breverb will be available in the second quarter 2007 as a VST plug-in for Windows and AU / VST for Mac OS X (Universal Binary) – pricing has not been announced. More information on Breverb.