Reverb 2016

The Reverb 2016 recreates the legendary reverb algorithms of Eventide's SP2016

Every aspect of the original effects have been duplicated, including every detail of the user parameters.

The Reverb 2016 is built for reverb, it's not a multi-effects box. It was designed from the perspective that reverb is used almost always and warrants a dedicated box with an optimal user interface. 

Recreating the original reverbs is the bread and butter of the Reverb 2016, it also features new and enhanced versions of the originals. These new algorithms have the same basic structure of the originals but with more complex early reflections, higher density, and finer control of the parameters. They represent the natural evolution of the development work that maxed out the array processing power of the SP2016.

 

"I've used the Eventide SP-2016 on hundreds of projects since its initial release in 1983. I've always loved its smooth natural decay for vocals and orchestral tracks. The density of the reverb is great for drums and percussion. The new reverb 2016 retains all the charm of the original while greatly reducing the noise floor and and allowing much finer control of the reverb parameters."
—Mick Guzauski

Features

Stereo Room, Room Reverb and High Density Plate

  • Store up to 99 user presets.
  • High performance 24 bit DSP, 24 bit analog audio I/O, digital I/O and MIDI interface.
  • The Reverb 2016 UI is extremely easy-to-use featuring dedicated controls for each of the effect's parameters.
  • The controls and display are intuitive. The UI is optimized for the studio and for live performance. 

Videos

Artists Using Reverb 2016

Josh Homme
Queens of the Stone Age

Reviews

There is something about the way this neat box generates reverb — and more importantly, the way that its reverbs sit in a mix — that makes this a great machine.
Hugh Robjohns
Sound on Sound

Customer Testimonials

In conclusion, I would, without hesitation, say that the Reverb 2016 is as versatile as a stand-alone reverb could ever be, sounds outstanding, and is without peer in its simplicity of operation. These features combine to make the 2016 anyone’s first choice for a sound re-enforcement reverb unit.
—Peter Aresnal
For those of us in the engineering profession, the Eventide 2016 has been the reverb by which we judge all reverbs. These legendary reverb algorithms are among the most eagerly anticipated plug-ins ever!
—Dave Pensado
The 2016 plug is a regular component of my reverb scene. It's colorful texture penetrates guitar music better than just about anything.
—Hank Neuberger

Specifications

Digital Input/Output

Digital Input Digital S/PDIF Input
Sample Rate: 44.1kHz - 48kHz (downsampled to 40kHz)
Connector: Coaxial, RCA type
Digital Input is selected via front panel switch.
Digital Output Digital S/PDIF output
Sample Rate: 44.1kHz or 48kHz with ext clock
Connector: Coaxial, RCA type
Digital output is always active at 44.1 kHz when not using digital input

Audio Input

Connectors 1/4" T/R/S phone jacks (2)
XLR 3-wire balanced (2)
Impedance +4dB/Bal switch position: 100kOhm
-10dB/Unbal switch position: 50K Ohms
Levels +4dB/Bal switch position:
2dBu min for full scale
+20dBu max
-10dB/Unbal switch position:
-14dBu min for full scale
+8dBu max

Audio Output

Connectors 1/4" T/R/S phone jacks (2)
XLR 3-wire balanced (2)
Impedance 125 Ohms, each side, balanced
Levels +18dBm max, full scale, balanced/unbalanced

General Audio

Frequency Response Dry 20Hz-20kHz, +/-1dB
Wet 20Hz-16kHz, +-1dB
Dynamic Range >90dB
20 Hz - 20 kHz, Non A-weighted
Sample Rate 40.0 kHz
Conversion 24 Bits A/D, 24 Bits D/A
Environment Operating temperature: 32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C)
Storage: –20° to 170°F (-30 to 75°C)
Relative humidity: 95% non-condensing
Throughput delay Less than 2 ms.
THD <=0.05%, 20Hz-20kHz
Crosstalk <=45db below full scale

Physical

Dimensions Width 19"
Depth 6"
Height 1.75"
Weight 9.5 pounds
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