Nothing is quite like the sound of a plate reverb — a classic studio device which uses vibrating sheet metal to produce a wide range of ultra-smooth reverb sounds. The best plate reverb units, produced by German company EMT, are literally part of the fabric of modern music. In fact, the EMT 140 Plate was the only reverb used on Pink Floyd’s legendary Dark Side of the Moon. Unfortunately, few smaller studios can afford to own and maintain a physical plate reverb today. Enter the Universal Audio EMT 140 Plate Reverb plug-in.
The EMT 140 Plate Reverb plug-In replicates the sonic signature of three uniquely different EMT 140 Plate Reverbs formerly found at the world-renowned studio, The Plant, in Sausalito, CA. UA thoughtfully combined the look of various elements of the EMT 140 system into one convenient panel, replicating the original Damper controls for decay and adding additional controls for the convenience of the modern DAW user.
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