Princeton Digital announced the immediate availability of ProTools|HD plug-in versions of the Eventide SP2016 reverbs. The plug-inset, called Reverb 2016, includes Stereo Room (pictured), Room Reverband High-Density Plate reverb effects.
“These reverbs originally ran on a purpose-built arrayprocessor and, until recently, DSPs weren’t up to thetask,” said Tony Agnello, founder of Princeton Digital anddeveloper of the original Eventide SP2016. “DSP hardware hasfinally caught up with these algorithms, and I’ve got to giveDigidesign credit for putting some serious, crazy horsepower in thehands of plug-in developers. These great old reverbs run with a bit ofroom to spare.”
The set of three Reverb 2016 plug-ins requires a Pro Tools|HD orAccel system running under Mac OS X 10.2 or higher. The initial releasesupports 44.1kHz and 48kHz sample rates. An upgrade with support for96kHz sample rates on Accel hardware will be available by January 2004.Purchasers of Rev 1.0 will receive free upgrades.
The Reverb 2016 reverb bundle is available now for $699 at www.princetondigital.com. A fully functionalversion with a 30-day demo license may also be downloaded from theWebsite.