Eventide Reverb 2016 Stereo Reverb Processor

24-bit Stereo Reverb Processor with Analog, Digital & MIDI I/O
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Amazing Reverb!

The Reverb 2016 re-creates the legendary reverb algorithms of Eventide's SP2016 - Stereo Room, Room Reverb and High Density Plate. Every aspect of the original effects has been duplicated including every detail of the user parameters. While the algorithms are identical to the originals, the hardware implementation is state-of-the-art, with features that include a high performance 24 bit DSP, 24 bit analog audio I/O, digital I/O and MIDI interface.

The Reverb 2016 is built to reverb - it's not a multi-effects box. It was designed from the perspective that reverb is used nearly always and warrants a dedicated box with an optimal user interface. The Reverb 2016 UI is extremely easy-to-use featuring dedicated controls for each of the effect's parameters. The controls and display are intuitive. The UI is optimized for the studio and for live performance. Up to 99 user presets can be stored.

While recreating the original reverbs is the Reverb 2016's 'raison d'etre', the temptation to create a new reverb algorithm, one that squeezes every last MIP out of the 120MHz DSP, proved to be irresistible. And so, the Reverb 2016 features one new algorithm, an enhanced version of the originals. This "New" reverb is not a breakthough, it's the same basic structure with more complex early reflections and higher density. And, finer control of the parameters. The "New" reverb represents the natural evolution of the development work that max'd out the array processing power of the SP2016.

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Tech Specs

Processor Type Reverb
Number of Channels 2
Presets - User 99 User
Analog Inputs 2 x XLR, 2 x TRS
Analog Outputs 2 x XLR, 2 x TRS
Digital Inputs 1 x S/PDIF (Coax)
Digital Outputs 1 x S/PDIF (Coax)
Rack Spaces 1U
Height 1.75"
Width 19"
Depth 6"
Weight 9.5 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 2016

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A new paradigm for reverb

Okay so I grew up on the lexicon PCM stuff. I thought it was it. my school used a PCM 91 which I have (but am sick to DEATH OF IT!) i tried the PCM 92 TWICE hated it so much. So Chris Sanders my sales rep told me about eventide. first thing i notice is these guys know reverb why? b/c check out all the amazing pedals and effects. thats obviously clear and leaves no doubt that they know what to do. anyway. i recorded that pink floyd song you know "teachers leave them kids alone" song another brick in the wall and darn, this 2k dollar reverb processor puts lexicon to shame IMHO. I implore you reverb lovers to go for this. plus its so freaking absurdly easy to use. so thats my story and i'm sticking with it! :) oh p.s. i used to have a bricasti please don't tar and feather me but i HATED IT!!! I know i'm crazy. i must be to hate that! LOL

Sweet Musical Reverb

Reverb 2016 produce the most delicious / lush / musical reverbs. It is an update to an 80's classic, the SP2016. The original was the product of 5 years of research by Eventide starting in 1978 in NYC, and was produced from 1982 to 1987. A song I was working on using reverb plugins came back to life by using the Reverb 2016. Both the original and the new Reverb 2016 may not be adequate for film or tv production reverbs (for that a Bricasti or Lexicon may be better yet so incredibly boring) yet the Eventide Reverb 2016 is perfect for music!
Music background: Artist : Tech Geek
See also: Reverb Units, Eventide, Eventide Reverbs / Effects