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Spazio - SAWStudio DirectX plugin

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Our way of perceiving the outer world is intimately bound to earing. Perhaps sub-consciously, sounds can suggest, emotions, dangers and necessities. Every sonic event that happens in nature is strongly influenced by the character of the surrounding space, therefore the experience we receive is strictly conditioned by it: that is why reverberation is often the most distinctive tool for an audio engineer.
Due to its complexity, reverberation has often been defined as an art, but we strongly believe that a good reverberator comes only from the right mix of science and art.
Spazio has been developed with purpose of obtaining a precise musical results while keeping in mind clear acoustic characteristics that are objectively unquestionable, such as the modal and the echo densities.
Low modal density can lead to audible beating while low echo density creates an unnatural sound with distinguishable reflections and poor quality in the late decay.
Spazio has been designed to offer an incredibly high echo and modal density while avoiding common defects such as ringing, fluttering or excessive coloration and this without sacrificing efficiency.

Professionals Say
"Thanks so much for making an incredible addition to the native options for SAW! This is a fully automateable reverb with 5 really fantastic sounding algorithms - I really like the Plate one especially. The inverse and gated verbs allow you to set up some nice effects possibilties that weren't available with any native reverb before either. Anyway - it's a lot easier to create customized presets for it than the Reverberator, it has a ton more sonic variations possible with it than the SAWStudio Freeverb, it's tails sound very smooth, the gui is very easy to work with, and for how much processing detail it must be doing based on it's sound even on my slow 1.8GHz secondary test computer it only used about 10% cpu per plug (a little less than SIR for example) - so loading up a few of these in an edl isn't a problem. Highly recommended!!"

Steve Berson
Audio Engineer
Total Sonic Media