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The Press Desk 22nd December 2016 07:55 PM

Relab releases the VSR S24 Plug-In
 
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Relab VSR S24 released!

The*VSR S24*delivers an exhaustive emulation of an iconic high-end unit for music and post production which can be heard on countless music and movie productions. With over 250 versatile and finely-crafted studio and cinema presets created to bring the highest level of sonic quality to all your DAW applications.

Features:
⦁ Relab has painstakingly recreated every characteristic of this complex unit and adds enhanced parameter ranges for infinite creativity.
⦁ Selectable reverberation engines and characteristics.
⦁ Extensive selection of Early Reflection patterns ranging from studios to various concert halls: Bathroom, Theater, Church, Vienna Halls and more.
⦁ The VSR S24 keeps the controls of the original, and adds higher precision calculations.
⦁ New features include selectable reverberation engines and characteristics for each channel for simulating any environment.
⦁ Over 250 presets.
⦁ Modern workflow with interactive graphical display illustrating the frequency stages of the reverberation.

The reverb excels at applying ‘prettier than life’ reverberation to many sources of a mix or complete stereo/multi-channel stems. It adds complex Early Reflections as well as a beautiful uncorrelated diffused response to the signal.

With a wide array of adjustable parameters, you can add a subtle ambience to the recording or create the perfect spaciousness of well-constructed concert hall down to its uneven reverberation behavior.

The VSR S24 plugin is a result of several years of research, tuning and optimizations.

The VSR S24 is fully functional cross-platform plug-in reverb supporting AU, VST and AAX.

Moreover Relab Development is proud to announce the release of our new website aiming at better user experience, advanced user services, greater support and to host new and exciting Relab products in the future.

Relab Development – DSP Audio Technology

Leevi 22nd December 2016 08:03 PM

Probably a stupid question, but what unit is this based on? When I read the web page, i got an impression that it was hybrid of multiple units.

javahut 22nd December 2016 08:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Leevi (Post 12329155)
Probably a stupid question, but what unit is this based on? When I read the web page, i got an impression that it was hybrid of multiple units.

Due in part to its appearance, and subjective sound qualities... rumor is it's based on TC Electronics VSS3 and/or VSS4 reverbs.

Leevi 22nd December 2016 08:19 PM

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Originally Posted by javahut (Post 12329186)
Due in part to its appearance, and subjective sound qualities... rumor is it's based on TC Electronics VSS3 and/or VSS4 reverbs.

Thank you Sir! Im not familiar with the reverbs you mentioned.

Deleted bc6012f 22nd December 2016 08:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Leevi (Post 12329197)
Thank you Sir! Im not familiar with the reverbs you mentioned.

I am guessing you are free in music world then (not saying this in bad way). TC VSS algorithm is something as a top of the top in music production and postproduction world for decades now. Don't expect this reverb to give you Lexicon airy halls. This is amazing in creating natural spaces. It goes fine next to Lexicon and Bricasti (imo). Just a different color and character.

Google VSS 3/4 and System 6000 if you are interested to know more on what to expect from this plugin (or hardware). Practically you are hearing this reverb in i dare to say 80% of all production especially in movies.

Cheers boing

Leevi 22nd December 2016 08:49 PM

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Originally Posted by xmein (Post 12329253)
I am guessing you are free in music world then (not saying this in bad way). TC VSS algorithm is something as a top of the top in music production and postproduction world for decades now. Don't expect this reverb to give you Lexicon airy halls. This is amazing in creating natural spaces. It goes fine next to Lexicon and Bricasti (imo). Just a different color and character.

Google VSS 3/4 and System 6000 if you are interested to know more on what to expect from this plugin (or hardware). Practically you are hearing this reverb in i dare to say 80% of all production especially in movies.

Cheers boing

Im familiar with the TC6000 but not the VS models.

Wonderbird 22nd December 2016 08:59 PM

OMG!!

Hello Christmas gift to me.

Deleted bc6012f 22nd December 2016 09:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Leevi (Post 12329261)
Im familiar with the TC6000 but not the VS models.

But TC6000 is based on VSS algorithms rockout apart from other surround algos and non reverb algos such as chorus,eq and pitch - main reverb algorithm in System 6000 is VSS 3 and 4(HD). There are other models but these are considered as smaller brothers. hooppie

ceemusic 22nd December 2016 09:12 PM

Excellent reverb, do yourself a favor & try the demo at least.

Looking forward to the VSR P4N as well.

8bitme 22nd December 2016 09:18 PM

No intro pricing? shiee

abduction

Hanson 22nd December 2016 09:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by xmein (Post 12329253)
I am guessing you are free in music world then (not saying this in bad way). TC VSS algorithm is something as a top of the top in music production and postproduction world for decades now. Don't expect this reverb to give you Lexicon airy halls. This is amazing in creating natural spaces. It goes fine next to Lexicon and Bricasti (imo). Just a different color and character.

Google VSS 3/4 and System 6000 if you are interested to know more on what to expect from this plugin (or hardware). Practically you are hearing this reverb in i dare to say 80% of all production especially in movies.

Cheers boing

Hi, It sounds like you know your way round revels and delay's :) I'm reaching out as I'm in bit of a hurry to get the reverb to sit right on this female vocal. I'm listening to Sia's Cheap Thrills and can't actually figure out in the first verse what kind of verb setting she has here because I think it's getting masked by the pluck organ sound. Can you hear if Sia at all has anything on and what the settings might be here or how I come close?
I have the new Slate verb package, the IR-L from Waves, the H-Reverb from Waves and the stuck things in Pro Tools.
Kind regards
Michael

Alexiz 22nd December 2016 09:44 PM

Do you guys think Lex 224 was not among those various units that VSR S24 might have been modeled on/after? (just a thought)
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Originally Posted by Leevi (Post 12329155)
Probably a stupid question, but what unit is this based on? When I read the web page, i got an impression that it was hybrid of multiple units.


Deleted bc6012f 22nd December 2016 09:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Alexiz (Post 12329376)
Do you guys think Lex 224 was not among those various units that VSR S24 might have been modeled on/after? (just a thought)

No. Completely different parameters there. And different sound. 224 can do VERY nice plates. VSS can not (this is my opinion i simply can't get good plates out of any VSS variation). This is probably reason why TC developed DVR2 to be companion to VSS algo.

maxwelldub 22nd December 2016 10:00 PM

Martin is one of only a handful of devs truly taking the time to get every detail (*and especially the micro dynamics- so important!*) of his plugins right. Can't wait to try this one out, the LX480 is in a league all its own!

Deleted bc6012f 22nd December 2016 10:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Hanson (Post 12329325)
Hi, It sounds like you know your way round revels and delay's :) I'm reaching out as I'm in bit of a hurry to get the reverb to sit right on this female vocal. I'm listening to Sia's Cheap Thrills and can't actually figure out in the first verse what kind of verb setting she has here because I think it's getting masked by the pluck organ sound. Can you hear if Sia at all has anything on and what the settings might be here or how I come close?
I have the new Slate verb package, the IR-L from Waves, the H-Reverb from Waves and the stuck things in Pro Tools.
Kind regards
Michael

Just listened that track. No this isn't about reverb, her vocal is using chorus and detuning effect (small pitch shifting) to achieve that pop out. And effects are automated. Sometimes they are more there sometimes less. Reverb is there sure, i hear something like nice Ambience algo (short small space) and there is delay probably on AUX but IMO her vocal is popping out because it is chorus and detuning effect on play there. You will hear it if you listen carefully. Especially when she say "gotta do my hair". Better listen on phones to spot it out.

All of plugins you mentioned could get you there when it comes to reverb character but again if you want something similar you need to use (if you use plugins) Soundtoys microshift or Eventide H910 harmonizer plugin on vocal - before it hit reverb. Delay can be just any even bundled one with your DAW. Reverb any of what you already have.

Sorry i don't think VSR S24 alone will give you that result.

Hanson 22nd December 2016 10:25 PM

Thanks man. That actually helped a lot!!!

eightyeightkeys 22nd December 2016 10:32 PM

Have been using the Beta for quite while and just finished using it on an acoustic trio. I don't have anything remotely like it. The way the instruments seem to dance/splash in the space ! kfhkh

Deleted bc6012f 23rd December 2016 10:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Hanson (Post 12329447)
Thanks man. That actually helped a lot!!!

You are welcome.

Happy holidays

HighEnd 23rd December 2016 10:08 AM

Please give us intro or Xmas pricing and I will be first in line with payment :)

burnhard 23rd December 2016 02:34 PM

a discount for XL480 Complete owners would be nice....

burnhard 23rd December 2016 02:35 PM

but it's so good...I will buy it anyway...

folkfreak 23rd December 2016 02:44 PM

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Originally Posted by burnhard (Post 12330673)
a discount for XL480 Complete owners would be nice....

?? there is one. Look at the shop.

folkfreak 23rd December 2016 02:47 PM

btw. how does the bundleprice work. Does it simply check if there is a lx licence on the iLok no matter where I have bought it ?

Ansbjerg 23rd December 2016 03:47 PM

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Originally Posted by burnhard (Post 12330673)
a discount for XL480 Complete owners would be nice....

Hi burnhard,

As a LX480 Complete owner you can "upgrade to bundle" and hereby get the VSR S24 with a $59 discount.

I hope this was helpful.

Happy Holidays.

henge 23rd December 2016 04:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Ansbjerg (Post 12330822)
Hi burnhard,

As a LX480 Complete owner you can "upgrade to bundle" and hereby get the VSR S24 with a $59 discount.

I hope this was helpful.

Happy Holidays.

Excellent! How does this work on your site?
I can't find the discounted price.

burnhard 23rd December 2016 04:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ansbjerg (Post 12330822)
Hi burnhard,

As a LX480 Complete owner you can "upgrade to bundle" and hereby get the VSR S24 with a $59 discount.

I hope this was helpful.

Happy Holidays.

Sorry ...missed that one...gracious...thank you

Ansbjerg 23rd December 2016 04:31 PM

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Originally Posted by henge (Post 12330876)
Excellent! How does this work on your site?
I can't find the discounted price.

Go to Relab Development │ Relab Store and scroll down to the BUNDLE section. Here LX480 Complete owners can upgrade to bundle.

Happy Holidays!

henge 23rd December 2016 04:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Ansbjerg (Post 12330919)
Go to Relab Development │ Relab Store and scroll down to the BUNDLE section. Here LX480 Complete owners can upgrade to bundle.

Happy Holidays!

Thanks! The price I'm seeing is $170 though...

Ansbjerg 23rd December 2016 05:59 PM

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Originally Posted by henge (Post 12330951)
Thanks! The price I'm seeing is $170 though...

Yes. Normal price is $229 for VSR S24 and the "bundle upgrade" is $170 where you get VSR S24 if you are a LX480 Complete owner. Hence the $59 difference.

Have a great evening!

Virtuoso 23rd December 2016 07:00 PM

Will this have surround and retina support?