TC Electronic Reverb 8TC Electronic has released the Reverb 8 reverb algorithm for its System 6000 audio processing platform.

Reverb 8 may be fed with any input signal (mono, stereo, 5.1, 7.1…) and deliver to an infinite number of output channels, perfectly suited for e.g. Dolby Atmos (up to 62.2-channel surround), Barco Auro (11.1 surround) or NHK’s multichannel broadcast format Super Hi-Vision (22.2 surround).

A single System 6000 MkII frame is capable of running two Reverb 8 instances, delivering 16 output channels, or multiple System 6000 MkII frames can be linked in a network, offering reverb for virtually any channel-count.

‘For more than two decades of developing and refining some of the world’s finest room simulators, we have had the infinite Lego brick reverb as a goal,’ says TC Electronic CTO for Broadcast & Production, Thomas Lund. ‘One missing link was the ability to add credible envelopment without artefacts even when a source already contained plenty of spatial information, for instance natural reverb from a microphone pick-up. Reverb 8 has that essential quality without reverting to modulation. At the same time, high density distribution is becoming available. We’re confident artists, producers and audiences everywhere will reckon the super-natural 3D sound improvement Reverb 8 has to offer.’

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