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Tape Op Tverb review

Tverb is an impressive and unique reverb with a surprisingly low CPU footprint...No one could ever match Bowie's performance on "Heroes," but now we can sort out what a drum bus send might have sounded like through the same signal chain – in stereo, without buying a ticket to Berlin.

Tape Op SP2016 Reverb Review

This reverb could be your desert island reverb and lives up to its reputation as a studio powerhouse.

The Instant Phaser: A Timeless Classic Reborn

The phaser has become a studio staple used both dramatically in songs like Van Halen’s “Ain’t Talkin’ Bout Love” or Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir” and, more often, subtly to widen the sound of any instrument.

VST installers should 'remember' the location used to install the plugins

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VST installers should 'remember' the location used to install the plugins.

So when updating or reinstalling that the default location for the installation of the VST is in the previous location.

This is easy to do, numerous other plugin installers do it and I've done it for the programs I've created. For Windows installers - one way is to store the location in the system Registry.

As someone who owns a fair number of your plugins having to change the both the 32 & 64 bit locations for every plugin I'm updating is a pain.

MicroPitch plugin in the future?

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Hello,

I have all the Eventide plugins and love them and use them all the time,  but there's a specific sound that I get from the MicroPitch algorythm in my Pitchfactor pedal that I am unable to reproduce with any of them. The tales of the delays are particurarily lush when you use pitch and modulation and although I managed to get a resonably similar sound iwth the H3000 plugin, the pedal is still on another level especially once in the mix.