Cinematic Rooms is a reverb plug-in for mixers working in Atmos
LiquidSonics’ new reverb simulates acoustic spaces in channel formats up to 7.1.6.
LiquidSonics reveals Cinematic Rooms, a reverb plug-in with features for mixing in the immersive Dolby Atmos format. The plug-in’s reverb capabilities are coupled with workflow tools designed to make working with surround field reverb more intuitive.
There are two editions available – standard and professional – and both work with current Atmos bed workflows, supporting channel formats from stereo, through LCR, Quad, 5.1 and all the way up to 7.1.6 Atmos.
The Professional edition includes independent reverb controls for accentuating or widening reflections in the front and side channels, and even applying tempo-synced pre-delay and echo settings in the rears and elevations.
Meanwhile, Cinematic Rooms’ crossfeed controls let mixers better “glue” a reverb onto a sound source, say the plug-in’s maker.
Both editions of Cinematic Rooms come pre-loaded with presets: 80 presets on standard editions; 300 presets on professional, of which 50 are post-production rooms.
While the Standard edition shares the same reverb and reflection engines as professional, it does exclude several features – such as surround plane parameter editing and crossfeed disparity definition tools. However, it still supports channel formats from stereo to 7.1.6.
Cinematic Rooms is supported on major 64-bit DAWs for Windows and macOS. Until 1 July, both editions are offered at an introductory rate, with Cinematic Rooms Professional retailing at $249 (normally $399), and Cinematic Rooms Standard at $129 (normally $199)
Learn more about Cinematic Rooms at liquidsonics.com
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