Breverb from Overloud and distributed by ILIO is a high-end algorithmic reverb plug-in that faithfully recreates the sound of famous hardware reverb units, without taxing a computer's CPU. The user interface also provides effortless and immediate control over all of the parameters.
The plug-in can be viewed in two ways - compacted or virtual hardware. It includes four industry standard algorithms - Hall, Room, Plate, and Inverse. The algorithms offer the same sound in terms of color and detail that repeatedly distinguishes high-end hardware reverb units from software plug-ins.
Breverb mimicks the feel and control available from using top-flight hardware reverb remotes. The user has the ability to dynamically map parameters to six assignable controllers and to store, recall and automate presets in any way.
Four main algorithms - Hall, Room, Plate and Inverse
Modeled after the most sought-after hardware units
Each algorithm is engineered with no compromises in order to achieve maximum quality
Full EQ section to tailor frequency response
Extended Non Linear section to forge reverberation shape
"Motion" controls add life and musicality
Different user interface modes - compact and hardware-like
Six fully assignable hardware-like faders
Full automation capability through host sequencers
Very low CPU usage - 80 stereo instances opened on a Pentium IV 3GHz processor
Host-sync of all rates and times
Mac PowerPC G4 or Intel Core Solo 1.5GHz OS X 10.3.9 or later, or 10.4.4 or later 512MB RAM 1024 x 768 screen resolution Host application that supports Audio Units or RTAS plug-in formats
Windows Pentium III 1GHz / Athlon XP 1GHz Windows XP 512MB RAM 1024 x 768 screen resolution Host application that supports RTAS or VST plug-in formats