Peavey announces the next version of its ReValver™ amplifier modeling software, ReValver MK III.V, which debuts nine new amplifier and effects models. Peavey ReValver MK III.V will feature the debut of the Peavey 3120, Peavey Masterpiece, Peavey Sensation, Budda SuperdriveII and Budda Superdrive V Series amplifier models. New effects models in ReValver MK III.V are the Peavey VCL-2 tube compressor and the Budda Budwah expression pedal. All of the amp and effects models and deep editing in the ReValver MK III are also available in MK III.V.
ReValver uses an exclusive algorithm that analyzes the interactions of the amps' components at the circuit level based on the original schematics. By mapping these amplifier models from the component level, ReValver is able to model every nuance with accuracy, allowing players to design their ultimate custom amps and speaker systems. The software GUI is intuitive and easy to use, with a drag-and-drop interface where users can add and subtract individual components and devices such as amplifiers, preamps, power amps, stomp boxes and effects.
By right-clicking on an amp model, users can "go inside" and adjust the amp's tones and components on the Tweak Module GUI. This allows users to change, add or subtract tubes on all amplifier models, and then calibrate the voltage parameters of those tubes. In all, users can alter more than 15 elements and functions on each tube stage, with as many as 17 different preamp and power tube types from which to choose. Users can also modify power amp rectifiers, output transformers and tone stacks.
ReValver MK III.V features a stompbox and effects section, including various types of chorus, distortion, wah, tremolo, compression, limiter, delay, octaver and more. An FFT-based convolution reverb allows for complex and smooth reverbs, including sampled spring reverb, and allows users to import their own WAV samples. The VST Host module allows users to load their favorite third-party VSTs for use within the ReValver software.
Peavey ReValver MK III.V will be available in Q2 2010.