LiquidSonics & Slate Digital – Lustrous Plates 1.0.0 (AAX) [WiN x64]

By | March 23, 2021



Slate Digital Lustrous Plates 1.0.0

Year / Date of Issue: 01.2021
Version: 1.0.0
Developer: LiquidSonics & Slate Digital
Developer site: liquidsonics
Format: VST, VST3, AAX
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: cured
System requirements: Windows 7 and above
500 MB hard disk space is required
At least 8 GB of main memory is recommended

Description: LiquidSonics & Slate Digital – Lustrous Plates 1.0.0, a new plug-in that recreates the beautiful tone of seven classic plate reverbs using LiquidSonics’ new Temporal-Acoustic-Spectral-Mapping (TASM) technology. TASM uses a patented multiband dynamic capture and analysis technique that allows frequency profiling for natural attenuation, which is then mapped to an advanced reverb synthesis algorithm. It not only achieves excellent attenuation on real acoustic plates, but also takes advantage of the classic algorithmic reverb parameters that allow fine tuning in ways not seen in other emulations.
Lustrous Plates is a rich and luxurious contemporary design with seven distinctive patterns powered by Fusion-IR. It is important to note that the reverb will be the first collaboration product of such major developers as LiquidSonics and Slate Digital.


Lustrous Plates’ Fusion-IR Synthesis engine is capable of fully modulating its reverb in a very natural, organic manner. It does not induce any unrealistic chorusing or other colorations of the reverb and does not compromise the decay profiling in any way. The amount of modulation can be controlled from low to high with the depth control, and the speed of modulation is set using the rate control. Modulation can be bypassed entirely by setting the rate to its minimum value resulting in a traditional static reverb.

The pre-delay of the reverb can be set in milliseconds, or click the metronome button to set it relative to the current project tempo to sync the reverb to the beat of the song.

The sense of space generated by Lustrous Plates is controlled as much by its width as by its length. The reverberation generation algorithm employed by Lustrous Plates is capable of producing mono and fully-decorrelated true stereo spaces or anything in between. In true stereo, it presents an optimally wide image without any phase or mono-compatibility concerns. For sources that do not require such a high degree of perceptual space around them, the width can be progressively collapsed down from true stereo down to mono, giving a high degree of control over how the reverb sits within the mix.

Lustrous Plates Lustrous Plates 1.0.0 provides low and high cut filters, as well as switchable bell/shelf bass and treble filters. Get link here.

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