Soundart and Spin Audio have released a dedicated reverb soundskin for the Chameleon: RoomVerb M1. With this skin loaded, the Chameleon rack becomes a high-quality true stereo reverb unit for use onstage or in the studio.
Features include acoustic space sizes range from small bath rooms to large halls room/hall/plate simulation; diffuse control for simulation of irregular room shapes; separate mix and predelay control of early and late reflections; relative L/R shift control; reverb tails up to 20 seconds; reverb tail modulation; comprehensive tone control system that includes separate 2-band shelving equalizers for early and late reflections; 2-band frequency-dependant decay filters; detailed level meters; and 42 ready-to-use presets with a total of 128 user-preset locations.
RoomVerb M1 is currently in beta use with a full version to follow shortly. The full version will include many more features such as bypass and system lock, input clip meters and 100 presets crafted by pro studio engineers. All Chameleon users can download the new skin free at www.soundart-hot.com/english/users1_9.htm.
In other company news, Soundart has finished up an extensive update to its Website, www.soundart-hot.com. The redesigned site offers brand-new areas such as demos and tips and tricks, which are hints written by the Soundart team and other pro users.
The navigation has been also enhanced, including the ability to download all of the latest soundskins for the Chameleon DSP rack unit from the front page, either individually or together as the “fullpack.” There are also minute-long audio tours of all the soundskins on one page. The company has also updated its Soundart Chameleon community, with interviews with pro musicians, engineers, educators and DSP developers who work with the Chameleon.