The INSPIRATA Personal Edition Reverb Workstation Software (Download) from Inspired Acoustics is powerful measurement-based reverberation software that provides unprecedented flexibility in sampled reverbs. This version of the INSPIRATA series supports stereo configurations (no surround matrix) and allows the user to finetune many parameters. Use a maximum of two sound sources, and set the position of the listener in the selected virtual space.
Unlike traditional convolution programs with static spaces, INSPIRATA's computational algorithm is inherently time-variant, simulating the experience of being in a real acoustic space where things in the room including the air are moving slightly. The software provides the truly natural feeling of being in the reverberant space while also delivering consistently dependable audio quality. A wide variety of spaces are supplied in the 140GB library including iconic concert halls, theatres, places of worship, simple and natural domestic spaces, and unique venues for postproduction.
In postproduction, you can use INSPIRATA to automate the movement of your sound sources in every space—from close to far, left to right, as well as any of the acoustical parameters. The sound will instantly follow and sound the same as if you were in the space—only without the environmental noise. This unprecedented feature makes INSPIRATA a true workstation for spatial sound.
Spatial room acoustical parameters such as apparent source sound width (ASW) and listener envelopment (LEV) are controllable here—for the first time in any reverb software. In addition to these revolutionary controls, you can also adjust the orientation of your speaker feeds in space, facing your stereo or surround setup in any direction. And, you can change and automate all of these in real time.
In real spaces, there is not only spatial dependency but also frequency dependency in the reverberation time. Deep tones usually reverberate for a longer time, while higher-pitched sounds fade away promptly for example, due to the absorption of the sound of the air in large volumes. The frequency-dependent nature of the reverberation time directly affects the overall tonal footprint of your sound. By using intuitive controls for setting the reverberation time in a frequency-dependent nature or by tilting the controls to be more bass or treble heavy, you can fine-tune how the space matches your mix with just a few clicks and achieve a level of warmth or brightness otherwise unimaginable.