True Stereo 2
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This Library Contains: 398 IRs over 1.380 Gig and Includes
SR–330 – 137 responses, 490M
DP–V55 – 85 responses, 291M
SP–990 – 106 responses, 351M
ONE – 70 responses, 248M
Total: 398 responses, 1.380Gig
The True Stereo 2 library contains samples of some of the classic digital reverb work horses. As with our traditional library content, all of these vintage DSP reverb files, are all recorded at 24-bits, 96 kHz.
These preset names are derived from the original unit presets. Like our stereo Convology XT library, Impulse Record worked with studios from around the world and partnered with those studios with a track record of quality, with understanding and knowledge of not only convolution reverb, but knowledge that we could use to incorporate within a first class True Stereo Library. As with our traditional Convology XT libraries, most of these units sampled have been used with many legendary artists.
While some go to extreme and in some cases obscene file sizes and sampling rates, only to bog down end user resources and RAM, we have maintained the ratio between undeniable quality and incredible efficiency. That’s not easy to do with True Stereo as the files are really double in size.
As Convology XT continues to grow, one of the areas we have been focusing on has been True Stereo. In large part, this is because of a large and ever increasing user base that has been asking for it – and for good reason. It’s an amazing library! The True Stereo files captured in this library are more than stunning, they’re some of the best, if not the best, you’ll ever work with!
SR- 330 came out in 1993 and had emulations of some of the classic gear such as the 140 and 250 along with a number of others and a good variation of algorithms. While this unit came out in 44.1 16 bit, it really sounded quite good and for it’s price tag, could keep up with units much costlier. This unit uses a RSS technology incorporating more of a “three dimensional” reverb.
DP- v55 was released around 1996 and had two models to choose from. The M series included a front panel mic/line jack. This unit included a four channel processor.
SP- 990 came out in the mid 90s. Had a 44.1 sampling frequency and a frequency response between 20Hz -20kHz. 80 preset memory locations 100 internal User memory locations
ONE the original unit came with 200 factory presets and stored hundreds of personal favorites. The ability to extend or decrease reverb size with early reflections and different room characteristics made this a very versatile tool for the end user.