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From my experience their are very noticeable differences among convolution reverbs. The modulation issue is a big deal as are the filters. But I've also focused on a more ambiguous issue concerning how the various engines process the gain of signals in relation to the IR.
This looks like something I've been waiting a long time for - yes I have Reverberate and Space Designer but this looks geared for something I've always loved, and that is time syncing reverse reverb patterns with the lowest latency.
I have never found a reverse reverb plugin I've been happy with. The best one I've seen is RV7000 which unfortunately is a part of Reason and can't be used as a plugin in other hosts.
I think I have an NI coupon or two around here somewhere....
Doesn't look like they are offering a demo to test it...or am I missing something?
To demo Reflektor, you need to have or download Guitar Rig 4.1. (Which you can download for free.)
Once you have it installed, all you need to do to see every component, including Reflektor, is to go to
Help-> 'Switch to Demo Mode" and then restart the app.
You won't have all the IRs but you can try it out.
I was wondering the same thing. Why not make this available as a seperate plugin?
Took me a while just to find it. Going to Guitar Rig 4 to find a convolution reverb isn't something you just think of on your own.
Starting working with it this morning and sounds pretty sweet.
I have found it extremely handy as it's file loading system allows easy loading of whole folders to browse/test quickly via it's front panel navigation options as opposed to the single IR loading of Space Designer.
Having it in Guitar Rig also has the 'effect' of encouraging 'out of the box' creative pre/post processing with the whole GR fx arsenal of IR in situ ;-)