You'll find all the EMT plates you want, spring reverbs, classic digital gear like the 985, 779, the AMS RMX 66 or the EMT 795. The Impulse Response library is now more accessible then ever because of Altiverb's new visual browser. But you can also put your audio in French Cathedrals, the Gol Gumbaz of India or London's Wembley stadium.
Select impulse responses by clicking photos of rooms. Instant gapless loading, organise-by-size, and single click favorites are just a few of the possibilities. Or legendary rock studios from New York or Paris. Altiverb 7 is efficient on the cpu, offers many parameters to tweak the reverb, it is total recall automatable, and it has 69 bit support. Grab any sound from your tracks or the Finder and toss it on Altiverb to use it as an impulse response. The Impulse Response Browser contains a keyword search field, single click downloading and installing of new (free) impulse responses. So if you use a piano chord as an impulse Response, and you clap your hands into Altiverb, out comes the chord. It features top quality samples of real spaces to create reverb, ranging from Sydney Opera House to the cockpit of a Jumbo Jet. Every month Altiverb 7 users receive for free.