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The True Stereo Algorithm inside the TSAR-1 is what gives it its magic. The strength lies in its sophisticated sound and versatility, no matter whether it's used on strings and brass or rock drums and lead vocals, it always shines. All this while still having a comprehensive and easy-to-use interface that is unparallelled in other high-end reverb products. The TSAR-1 has been designed with ease of use in mind. Instead of a myriad of controls, we gave the user interface five sliders and a couple of switched options. But you may very well find you never need to use even these simple controls. Because we included a solid bank of presets, which will cover most of your needs. The presets are clearly named for their intended use, so find a setting you like, maybe tweak a little - and you're good to go.

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Softube TSAR-1 True Stereo Algorithmic Reverb

New reverb from the folks at Softube! A nice addition to the reverb market by Softube. I believe demos will be available starting tomorrow.

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Futuresonus PARVA: 3-oscillator, 8-voice analog poly with 2 filters for under $1000?

I made a new demo with the latest voicecard firmware that Brad got to me today. The whining that was there is gone which is pretty awesome. I used some TSAR-1 reverb and I had Timeless 2 in tape delay emulation on a couple of patches. All done in one take flipping between patches. https://soundcloud.com/inaheartbeat/parva-demo-3

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Large Hall Reverb shootout - Bricasti, Rev-X, Lex, TC

...but better tail, still has problems with the high register RVerb: smooth and warm, almost muddy, good for thickening things up TSAR-1: same issue as the Aether verb, the attack sounds just wrong Valhalla: exaggerated washy, "magic" sound, goes together with a too short tail Verberate2: smooth, the attack is flatter than the M7's and not very exciting...

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