As Spring now slowly draws towards Summer, Fuse Audio Labs responds in the most fitting way. Boasting an ‘incredibly rare‘ spring reverb emulation from the 1960s that was initially built for the BBC, they present us VREV-666 for FREE, allowing your wallet to take a nap in the warm protection of your pocket!
Authentic but unpredictable are two words briefly describing the attitude of VREV-666, with often awesome but unexpected results. Unlike the original unit, this digital emulation adds a mix stage, a pre-delay, a musical limiter and a tone EQ to give it a modern touch and an improved signal control.
With only a few knobs and buttons, this is one exciting puppy that tunes its magic to your sounds in just a few instants with no time lost to further work your mixes.
VREV-666 is freely downloadable via the link provided. Just log in or sign up to an account, then download and run the installer. After that, in the words of Fuse Audio Labs: ‘Springtime’!
So grant yourself a reverb with the quirky but authentic breeze of a 1960s Spring!
VREV-666 from Fuse Audio Labs is FREE forever!