PSP Introduces New Reverb: PSP 2445

A Reverb Processor Plug-in Inspired by Two Legendary Early Digital Age Reverberators
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The plug-in is inspired by two legendary early digital age reverberators: the EMT® 244 and the EMT® 245. PSP thoroughly researched how to bring the specific features of those simple, yet very musical sounding reverbs to life as a plug-in. We then improved from the originals with a handy set of parameters to control details of the sound and mix the reverb not available in the original hardware. The PSP 2445 is capable of processing using one selected engine or both of them simultaneously.

Try the PSP 2445 on your own material using fully featured 14 days demo version available on our download page.

Introductory offer!

Until the 1st of January 2016 you can buy PSP 2445 at the special introductory price of $79*.

Until the 10th of January 2016 you can buy PSP 2445 at the special introductory price of $99*

Starting from the 11th January 2016 the regular price of $129* will be applied. (* all prices exclude taxes)
As a registered user of our other effects plug-ins you can get the PSP L'otary at an even better price (up to 48% additional discount). To see your final price for the PSP 2445: log into your user account, go to the store and put the PSP 2445 into your cart.
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It's not the "quality" of this verb (which it has) it's the totally unique and unusual sound that sets it apart. There are plenty of high quality reverbs out there, whose differences are only in nuance. The PSP 2445 is different from them all, this is "A Rare Reverb." (C) 2016

George Daly, American music executive, music producer, songwriter and musician, CEO About Records - About Songs The Cars, Janis Joplin, Carlos Santana, The Tubes, Tool

Once again PSP have created a plugin that I'm sure will become your "Go To" reverb effect. I've not played with the hardware version for many years, but after 5 minutes the sound was immediately familiar - it's sonic character sits comfortably between the best Spring Reverbs and the plates & chambers that are today's common production tools. I'm very keen on the very short "ambience" that you can easily create. They seem to add a live space to enhance voices and drums. With the superb PSP SpringBox and now the new PSP 2445 really are making some superb verbs.

Steve Levine, Grammy Winning Producer, Chairman of The Music Producers Guild, London, UK