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PSPaudioware PSP 2445 EMT v1.3.8 / v1.2.0 Regged FIXED [WiN, MacOSX]

PSPaudioware PSP 2445 EMT
WiN: Team R2R | 13 September 2021 | 7.86 MB
MAC: Team R2R | 01 June 2016 | v1.2.0 Regged FIXED | 9.98 MB
PSP 2445 EMT 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 reverb algorithms implemented in PSP 2445 are based on original algorithms designed by Dr. Barry Blesser (one of the grandfathers of the digital audio revolution). PSP is the sole developer and manufacturer of the PSP 2445 EMT. Functionality and sound of the PSP 2445 EMT have been endorsed and approved by EMT Studiotechnik GmbH. PSP is responsible for all customer support.

The PSP 2445 EMT immediately found its way into my productions and mixes. My favorite reverbs hug the track in a way that is supportive and not distracting. Using this plug-in feels like I have the EMT units in the equipment room. Rich, complex and dense, this reverb plugin lives permanently in my mix template.

v1.3.0 FIXED - R2R Note:
Fixed occasional GUI crashing in the previous release. The exception occurs when it tries to do some cryptographic function after the iLok driver access via Fusion SDK. This behavior is not coded in preQursor2. It looks like they add new protections everytime.

* No iLok driver is required to run.
* Our release uses less memory and loads faster than original.

After our last attack to the PSP/iLok2, PSP started coding timebombs using PACE's Fusion SDK. You can see file size is bigger than before due to the Fusion integration. PSP said they moved back to PACE due to the protection compatibility reason, but we really doubt it after seeing this timbebomb.

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