Slate Digital VerbSuite Classics
Nine classic reverb units in one plug-in NO ILOK INCLUDED.
Slate Digital’s VerbSuite Classics turns your DAW into a working museum of the world’s finest reverb units
Just like Slate Digital did with their Repeater delay plug-in, rather than create a reverb processor with a limited range of preset emulations, VerbSuite Classics gives you nine of the most popular digital reverbs from the last forty years—some of which have never been modeled. In a single interface, VerbSuite Classics takes on the actual dynamic behavior and characteristics of the selected reverb unit thanks to LiquidSonics proprietary Fusion-IR processing . Better still, when Slate Digital creates a new reverb model based on a vintage or modern unit, VerbSuite Classics adds it’s distinctive behavior to its reverb collective (just like The Borg) for FREE!.
Slate Digital VerbSuite Classics in one take:
- The rich, realistic, and dynamic sound of Fusion-IR processing
- Full control of reverb parameters, effects, and EQ
- Nine of the world’s most famous, most used reverbs
The dynamic sound of Fusion-IR processing
What makes VerbSuite Classics sound and function differently from other convolution reverbs is LiquidSonics’ proprietary Fusion IR processing, which captures the actual tone of the modeled reverb. Unlike static impulses found in typical convolution reverbs, which produce unnatural responses, much like the stutter effect of a one-shot sample, Fusion-IR is able to reproduce the evolving character of modulating digital reverbs, making the overall tone rich, smooth, and dynamic.
Full control of reverb parameters
The Slate Digital VerbSuite Classic enables a level of control over reverb parameters that many other convolution reverbs are incapable of, due to the aforementioned static impulse responses. VerbSuite parameter controls include the all-important pre-delay, attack, and decay, as well as special effects including width, chorus, and EQ—no need to stack sound-altering Mid-Side, modulation, or EQ plug-ins that take up RAM and can drive your tracks into clipping due to added word-length from EQ plug-ins acting like reconstruction filters. VerbSuite Classics also gives you the ability to save presets, perform A/B comparisons, and features a device browser tool that helps narrow down the search by reverb unit, reverb type, and reverb length.
VerbSuite Classics offers the following famous reverb units:
FG-480: A model of what many consider the industry’s most ubiquitous reverb, still popular among top pros such as Chris Lord Alge and Michael Wagener. This reverb has several programs that share a distinct and classic sound due to the units unique modulation that helps it cut through the mix.
FG-2016: First created in 1982, this reverb by Eventide was known for it’s realistic recreation of rooms. It’s been a favorite of top engineers since its creation, and has been heard on countless hit records.
FG-250: A model of the EMT-250, the first digital reverb from Germany, It’s widely known as one of the best sounding reverbs to this day, despite having only 16k memory! It has a thick tone that mixes into source material with ease.
FG-QRS: When we asked several top pros what reverb they insisted we include in VerbSuite Classics, the Quantec Room Simulator from the early eighties made every list! It’s incredibly transparent for a digital verb, and is known for having minimal digital artifacts. We love it on vocals but it’s great on so many other sources, including full mixes.
FG-2000: This extremely rare Japanese-made reverb (SPX2000) has been the favorite drum verb for many top pros. Very hard to find, and troubled by mechanical issues, Slate Digital was lucky to capture a unit in perfect condition. Not only amazing on drums, but fantastic on guitars, piano, and vocals.
FG-16X: A model of the famous AMS RMX16, a microprocessor-controlled digital reverb from the early 80’s. It has a smooth, lush tone that sounds incredible on all types of source material. One of its most famous uses is Phil Collin’s drum tone on “In The Air Tonight,” and is still used to this day by multiple Grammy-winner, Mick Guzauski.
FG-6000: A model of a fairly modern Danish digital reverb powerhouse, whose first initials are TC. Used for music production, mastering and feature films, this reverb has several programs that are incredibly realistic, smooth, and deep. Amazing for small and large spaces alike, you’ll find an enormous amount of use for this incredible reverb!
FG-BM7: The BM7 reverb model is a free expansion for VerbSuite Classics. It’s available from LiquidSonics using public domain Bricasti M7 Fusion-IRs, which capture what many say is the best sounding digital reverb in the history of audio production. Unlike several static impulse response packs taken from this famous unit, the VerbSuite Classics Fusion-IR expansion pack recreates the true tone and character of the unit’s modulation.
FG-224: The FG-224 reverb model is the second free expansion for VerbSuite Classics. It offers Fusion-IR captures from the Lexicon 224, considered one of the gems of 70s and 80s reverb units.
These reverbs have been used on hit music for decades, many of which are either unavailable or priced in the stratosphere. Slate Digital VerbSuite Classics puts their authentic sound in your DAW at an unbelievably low price. For more information, call or chat with your Westlake Pro sales consultant today.
|OS Requirements - Mac||
OS X 10.8.5 or later, iOS 8 or later
|Download / Boxed||
AAX Native, AU, VST2, VST3
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|OS Requirements - PC||
Windows 7 (SP1) or later