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Ultimate reverb and processing for any format - System 6000 is an industry milestone. It is a proven fact that processors have made a genuine leap forward during the past 10 years. System 6000 was honored with the prestigious TEC award in year 2000, but its software and processing capabilities have developed immensely since then. This development path offers System 6000 users a wealth of free additions and new license possibilities. A System 6000 without additional licenses, AKA Reverb 6000, contains dozens of pristine reverb, delay and boundary effects for any format from mono, stereo, LCR, LtRt to 5.1 and 6.1. Among the hundreds of presets available, the Halls of Fame bank and the Skywalker Sound Collection provides presets created by some of the most respected people in the music and film industry. With internal double precision processing, superb jitter rejection and reference quality AD and DA converters, no other reverb on the planet comes close to the resolution and performance of Reverb 6000. Clearly, a high quality realtime processor can be used for more than spatial effects. Numerous license extensions are available in order to turn the 6000 into a mastering processor, monitor matrix, format converter and much more. Upsampled limiters, multiband processors, up- and down-conversion, George Massenburg's wonderful MDW® Eqs and Pristine research-intensive processing a la carte can be used stand-alone or well integrated with large format consoles or digital workstations.


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...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...

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Still need a flexible, versatile hardware reverb. it. Research and read up on it, I'd say. It is essentially a single engine, stereo version of the System 6000 (which is 4 engines + controller...costs like 17K or something...yeah. scary haha). You can likely find a TC Reverb 4000 for $1K or under, I would assume. I personally would not bother...

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