PC PSPaudioware PSP 2445 EMT v1.3.8
PSP 2445 is a reverb processor plug-in (VST, AAX and RTAS for Windows; AudioUnit, VST, AAX and RTAS for Mac OSX) inspired by two legendary early digital age reverberators: the EMT® 244 and the EMT® 245. PSP thoroughly researched how to bring the specific features of those simple, yet very musical sounding reverbs to life as a plug-in. We then improved from the originals with a handy set of parameters to control details of the sound and mix the reverb not available in the original hardware. The PSP 2445 is capable of processing using one selected engine or both of them simultaneously.
The PSP 2445 is an exceptional reverb plugin. I remember seeing the original in all the mastering rooms. It was a really high quality verb that few could afford. The depth and natural decay of the PSP 2445 plugin is impressive. They matched perfectly the original and actually I think they improved it. It's no surprise, I love so many of their other plugins.
Michael Brauer, legendary multiple Grammy winning mix engineer
Coldplay, John Mayer, Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stone ...
The PSP 2445 is a welcome addition to any plug In arsenal. It faithfully reproduces, and goes beyond, the EMT 244 and 245 classic algorithmic reverbs which were EMT's digital version of a plate reverb. These super musical reverb units are just gorgeous on vocals, guitars, drums and percussion, synths, bass, strings, nearly anything you can throw at it. These reverbs are based on tried and true designs that were made to just sound great in a recording studio and the PSP 2445 does not disappoint. It's at home for subtle short doubler type effects as well as long beautifully decaying reverbs - something I find difficult to achieve with a plug in. If you're looking for a very useful extremely musical versatile plugin, look no further.
Paul J. Falcone, Mixer, Musician, Engineer, Producer
Missy Elliott, Jay-Z, R. Kelly, Maxwell, Luther Vandross, R.E.M., Justin Bieber, Mary J. Blige ...
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