Studio Reverbs from the '80s and '90s classics
There were a huge number of reverb processors created in the ‘80s and ‘90s: most of them are practically unknown, even though they sounded really interesting. For those reasons they are valuable tools for achieving unique sounds today.
Dusty Racks Vol. 3 has been created by capturing 6 of the most unique units:
Yamaha REV5* (88 IRs)
Lexicon MPX1* (35 IRs)
Lexicon LXP-15* (49 IRs)
Roland SRV330* (222 IRs)
Roland R-880* (76 IRs)
Boss RV2* (30 IRs)
IRs have been recorded using Neve and SSL preamps, and carefully edited all of the impulses to ensure they were consistent throughout the entire library.
A collection of 500 IRs and 200 individual presets
The presets have been created during real mix studio sessions with a particular focus on vocals, keyboards, synth, drums as well as acoustic instruments.
The impulses are divided into two banks: one bank made with single IR presets, designed to replicate the original vibe, and a second multi-layer bank where the presets combine two or more IRs from different units layered together, extending the tonal palette and creating some really unprecedented reverb spaces.
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Dusty Racks Vol. 3 extends the Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, for a total of 18 captured units and 1200 IRs.