Reason RE Synapse Audio Fat Space v1.0.0 [WiN]

Reason RE Synapse Audio Fat Space
Team R2R | 25 September 2021 | 35.14 MB
Fat Space is a completely novel type of reverb never seen before. With a largely customizable reverb envelope and introducing a new technology we call Liquid Convolution, Fat Space produces a thick sound like no other reverb does and excels both at real room modelling and unreal spaces alike. With its novel technology, Fat Space is free of reverb artifacts and thus works on a wide range of sounds.

Fat Space is a high-quality Room Simulator, using a novel technology we call Liquid Convolution. Liquid Convolution has neither the shortcomings found in algorithmic reverbs, nor the problems associated with convolution reverbs. Using Liquid Convolution, Fat Space can generate a very high reverb density right on the onset of the reverb, providing more realism than conventional algorithmic reverbs. At the same time, the Liquid Convolution technology is capable of modulating the reverb tail similar to what algorithmic reverbs can do, enhancing the sound quality and avoiding a dull reverb sound.

By having the ability to adjust the reverb envelopes freely, Fat Space allows you to do anything from a natural quick reverb decay to a "brickwall" type of reverb with almost no decay. Furthermore, the envelope can be easily adjusted using the interactive display.

Fat Space offers two reverb programs, a forward and a reverse reverb. Forward reverb is the default mode, which is closest to the reverb of a real room, and the Reverse mode is a special purpose program useful for creative effects.

Via CV inputs on the back panel you may control the Stereo Width, Lo Cut, Hi Cut and the Dry/Wet mix. Additionally the back panel contains the Modulation knob, which allows you to control the internal reverb modulation.

Team R2R Note: (v1.0.0)
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