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Comet, Advanced Reverb From Polyverse Available In Public Beta
Hollin Jones on Sat, March 30th 1 comments
Create spaces from one cubic centimeter to one cubic kilometer for ultimate control of your reverbs with this new processing plug-in from Polyverse.

Polyverse Music proudly presents Comet - a reverb with unparalleled lushness and versatility. Comet can create spaces from one cubic centimeter to one cubic kilometer, boasts a uniquely rich and musical detune algorithm, and can divide its pre-delay and glide into rhythmic subdivisions.

Comet also has the ability to generate decay times from a microsecond to infinity and morph between 5 independent presets in real time. However, Comet’s true brilliance is in its refinement. Rather than cloning or emulating a reverb, Comet was created to be pristine, dramatic, and totally unique.

Features

  • An unbelievably smooth and beautiful reverb
  • Five interchangeable preset morphing slots
  • Glide control to morph between parameters
  • Pre Delay & Glide available in milliseconds and rhythmic subdivisions
  • Lockable parameters for consistency between presets
  • Uniquely rich and musical detune algorithm
  • Saturation module from input gain for extra density

Pricing And Availability

Comet is available in VST, AU, and AAX formats, making it compatible with a variety of host applications including Ableton Live, Logic, Pro Tools, Cubase, Reason, and Studio One. It can be used in 32/64-bit instances with Windows XP and up, as well as Mac OS X 10.6 and up.

Comet’s beta version is available immediately from Polyverse Music for the introductory price of $99 USD. At full release, Comet will be available at its standard price of $149 USD. For more information about Comet, please visit https://polyversemusic.com/comet

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  • OG
    Software vendors: Stop trying to use a "knob" paradigm in your UI. It sucks, big time.
    • 2 months ago
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