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The Bricasti Design Model 7 provides the highest level of musicality and ease of control imaginable in a processor dedicated to the task of reverberation. A modern high resolution digital design, utilizing a stunning array of the latest DSP processors, provides a platform for the long overdue next step in reverb processing algorithms. A separate fully differential analog section and dedicated transformer based linear power supply provide the finest analog specifications of any product of it's kind. An exceptionally strong stainless steel chassis, and a tooled aluminum front panel, combine with a classic high visibility display and straight forward human interface, to complete an enduring design that is intended to fulfill its role, now and into the future. Each design element of the Model 7 is a carefully considered statement of our vision of what the evolution of reverberation processing in its most classic form can be. With a deep appreciation of the best designs which precede it, and a passion for moving the science of reverberation forward, the Model 7 provides a palette of sounds that encompass the familiar as well as new expressions in the art. Listen to the new reference in reverb processing; it will bring new life to your art, in a way unimagined by any process before it.

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Is anyone still using hardware reverb units?

...to describe 3D factor" is missing. They also can't manage multi instrument sources like the bigger Lexicons 480 or 300 or Bricasti M7 can do (e.g. a tip of a stereo reverb on the master to bring the whole band/instruments together sounds unhearable or awful with plugins, but great with a M300 or 480L). But I'm...

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Did you move from mixing on an SSL console to mixing ITB and ever regret the move ?

Hi Tan Tan, May I offer you an alternative look on this and also a new way for your recalls? I mixed ITB for many years, then moved to hybrid, and for the last 5 years I’m mixing on my SSL 4040G+, and I’m not looking back! As Jim pointed out, it’s not just the end result, but...

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Stock Reaper reverb plugins vs 3rd party reverb plugins?

Yeah, i noticed the free demos yesterday when i was googling some of these reverbs, gotta give them a try. The Valhalla actually sounded really nice on the demos and the price seems not to be too bad either. Thanks for all the suggestions. I think i might give a try to some free reverbs and...

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