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Exponential Audio PhoenixVerb

Exponential Audio PhoenixVerb  ·  Source: Exponential Audio / Gearnews

Exponential Audio (who joined forces with iZotope last year) is currently offering a huge discount on the PhoenixVerb reverb plug-in. At 90% off, it’s a great opportunity to add this versatile reverb to your collection.

90% off Exponential Audio PhoenixVerb

Exponential Audio is known for high-quality reverb plug-ins, such as R2, R4 and NIMBUS. PhoenixVerb is a simple, but natural-sounding reverb effect. The plug-in lets you create customized reverbs from scratch, or use one of the included 900 presets as a starting point. With so many options to choose from, you’ll find the right reverb for your track in no time.

PhoenixVerb offers a comprehensive set of controls, including independent settings for the reverb attack, reverb tail and early reflections. You can shape the sound using the integrated high and low pass filters, damping, width, and more. Common reverb parameters like dry/wet mix, predelay, size and reverb time are also available. A graphical representation of the reverb’s frequency spectrum helps to find the right setting.

Price and compatibility

The Exponential Audio PhoenixVerb plug-in is currently on sale at Plugin Boutique* for GBP 7.63 / USD 9.99 / EUR 8.75. At ninety percent off the regular price, this is an incredible deal. Unfortunately, we don’t know when this offer will expire, so it’s best to act quickly and grab it while it lasts.

PhoenixVerb runs on macOS 10.8 or higher and Windows 7 or higher in VST, VST3, AU and AAX formats (64 bit). You’ll need an iLok account or dongle for authorization. A free trial version is available from the developer’s website.

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One response to “Deal: Get 90% off Exponential Audio PhoenixVerb”

  1. xrx says:

    That is definetely not how phoenix verb was marketed when it was an exponential audio product. I don’t understand why izotope has doubled the price of the R2. Phoenix verb was the natural/cleanest verb R2 was the more lexicon-like. Both had the same price.

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