Author: Computer Music Staff·number of pages: 1
Virtual instrument supremos EastWest branch out into efects with Spaces (or Quantum Leap Spaces, to give it its full title), a 24-bit true-stereo convolution reverb. Designed with idelity as its main priority, the interface is simplicity itself, featuring just knobs for input, dry and wet levels as well as a predelay control. Other factors in the design are very low CPU usage and the inclusion of both standard stereo and true-stereo impulses. For the most part, the latter have been captured with pairs of both front and rear room mics, allowing for convincing multi-channel reverb using multiple plug-in instances. We understand that future updates will also include a reverb mono selector, high- and low-pass input ilters accessed via a main window graphic, and an option for insert or aux send operation.