HaloVerb is a plug-in that allows you to add ambience and depth to your recordings. Based on the original HaloVerb hardware implementation for 2d-Expanded Metric Halo interfaces, the HaloVerb plugin expands on the great algorithmic sound to give you more flexibilty and control. Use the reverb impulse to see the reverberant field as you make adjustments, or hide the graphics and let your ears be your guide. According to mix engineer Billy Decker, “It’s the perfect snare reverb – very thick and three-dimensional. After every snare hit, I can hear the little bits of dust crumbling in the background, little fairies floating around in the background. It’s very deep!” Add subtle ambience or generate the sound of a vintage echo chamber - the extensive presets and easy to use UI let you dial in the sound you want quickly.
...up like a big console. You can route pre AND post fader. There's a great reverb built in - HaloVerb. For those of you with a 2882 or ULN-2 the 2d upgrade card is a no brainer. If you are fairly handy, it's pretty easy to install. Check it out.
No way. By the way my previous calculations about eq4000 were wrong. they consume 0.9 for stereo and 0.5% for mono per one copy and these values are not inspirng. Unfortunately mda pack has no eq. So easyverb beats haloverb: 1% vs 1.2% ableton's cpu load. Easyverb wins!
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