REVERB-GPaired Springs Reverb
Mechanical vibration Paired Springs Reverb
Inspired by EMS Synthi™ synthesizers reverb unit
The luxurious sound of Spring reverberation
REVERB-G was inspired by the reverberation section of the legendary hardware synthesizer Synthi™ (VCS-3, A, AKS). The reverberation tank was an important contributor to the Synthi sound and has now been modeled in REVERB-G.
The original reverberation section of the synthesizer comprises a pair of lightly tensioned springs with transducers at either end to transform the electrical signal into a mechanical vibration and back again to a signal. The basic function of reverberation is to simulate the effect of a room or hall, in which sounds take a few seconds to die away, but it can also be used for blending and distancing sounds.
The history of the EMS™ company started in 1969 and ended in 1979. Synthi™ (VCS-3) is one of the most iconic synthesizers of all time. You can hear sounds from this synthesizer and its Reverberation unit in the works of Pink Floyd, The Who, Yes, Curved Air, Family, King Crimson, Led Zeppelin, Roxy Music, Moody Blues, Three Dog Night, Sly and the Family Stone, and others.
REVERB-G models a mechanical vibration paired springs reverb audio processor inspired by the reverberation section of the EMS Synthi.
REVERB-G includes ORIGINAL mode with MIX and LEVEL control only, but also includes additional flexible MODERN mode, where we have added reverb parameters such as Pre Delay, individual Decay control (reverb tail length), Space and Mono/Stereo width control, HiCut and LowCut filters, and Damping filter (in progressive loss high frequencies).
REVERB-G derives its name from the original scheme of the Synthi architecture, where the Reverb unit is marked as unit section “G”.
The REVERB-G audio processor reproduces the character of the original reverb unit with its own musical sound used by many musicians, and allows us to touch the sound of the 70s.
Try out the legendary instrument-inspired mechanical vibration paired springs reverb today.