Tverb is a unique plug-in in that it's not just a reverb, its a recreation of a famous recording technique invented by Tony Visconti while recording David Bowie's vocals for the track "Heroes".
In this demo you can see how as the acoustic guitar is played louder, the 2nd and 3rd microphone open via their gates. All instruments on this track have their own instance of Tverb on them. Music & Performance by Primo Sol.
The ultra compact MAUI 5 weighs in at about 24 lbs while delivering 800 watts of peak power and a maximum SPL of 120 dB. Providing both sound reinforcement with extended coverage and feedback resistant monitoring the subwoofer base and 3-piece column system assembles in seconds with custom multipin connectors.
Check out this video created by Training Snacks in which we go through all the features and show how easy it is to break down. If you're in the market for a PA system, pick one up here.
Tverb was developed in collaboration with legendary producer, engineer and musician Tony Visconti. The plugin was inspired by the iconic sound of the title track of David Bowie’s twelfth studio album Heroes.
Tverb is a faithful recreation of Visconti's three microphone technique used with Bowie on "Heroes" at Hansa Studios, Berlin. With the Tverb plugin you can run your tracks through this legendary room with one close mic and two movable stereo room mics with control over the response characteristics of the room.
Available for purchase or as part of Eventide's Ensemble Subscription, a really cool way to use every Eventide plug-in for a small fee on a recurring basis.