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Easily traverse everything from natural sounding spaces to infinite, shimmering ambiences with stunning depth and fidelity throughout the entire spectrum. This type of range typically implies a dense and complex interface - not in Sparkverb, usability and workflow were pivotal considerations. A great deal of care was taken to allow a high degree of customization with the fewest controls possible, resulting in less time spent searching and more time being productive. At the core of Sparkverb’s interface is a frequency-based spectrum editor; use it to sculpt and refine your sound with phenomenal speed and control. Adjust decay globally and across multiple bands with hi/lo multipliers and crossovers directly on a single canvas. It’s an entirely new way to work with reverb. All other controls are clearly arranged and labeled, including A/B comparison, making fine-tuning a painless process. Dialing in a reverb, simple or complex, has never been this fast.

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UVI Sparkverb is here!

...clear after the sales process if they want to convince folks who don't want the dongle. That said. I love SParkverbs ability give a very clear front and back perspective to a mix whilst in the box. All the other software verbs i've used always loose defination when I attempt to use them...

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The Great Relab 480LX vs Logic basic AVerb..There´s no great difference though..

...I have and use them all. Can't you really hear the big differences between a PhoenixVerb, Lexicon PCM and SparkVerb for example? Unlikely …

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UVI releases PX V8, the newest Prototype Series instrument

...offer some useable pulsing/rhythmic colours. The UVI engine sounds really good to me, and the built in UVI Thorus & Sparkverb FX are high quality. I have a number of 70s/80s virtual synths from Hideaway Studios and Rhythmic Robot, and am unsure whether this would be covering the same ground.

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