SoundSpot Oracle Reverb WiN-OSX RETAiL-SYNTHiC4TE
Soft / VST Instruments 13-09-2017
SoundSpot Oracle Reverb WiN-OSX RETAiL-SYNTHiC4TE
A great sounding reverb is arguably one of the most important factors in achieving a full and atmospheric mix, and with that in mind, the SoundSpot® team set out to create a reverb that can deliver to the demands of modern production. After many months of development we are proud to announce the arrival of the Oracle Algoverb.

The Oracle is a one stop shop for all your creative reverb needs, and can be used on any sound source to great effect. From adding a sense of depth to piano melodies, to making synthesised soundscapes sound huge, the Oracle has it covered.



Key Features

• Intuitive, easy to navigate user interface.

• Designed to work flawlessly with touch controllers such as the Raven by Slate Media.

• Stereo imaging controls for accurate placement in the stereo field.

• Analogue style compressor with visual waveform feedback.

• Bandpass filter to sculpt the sound and remove unwanted frequencies.

• LFO effect to create movement to the amplitude of the signal.

• Flanger effect to keep your reverbs interesting.

• Saturation effect to add warmth or distortion to the signal.

• Preset manager to save & share your own reverb designs


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