Exclusive to WizooVerb W2, HDIR (High-Definition Impulse Response) refines the IR method of room modeling. WizooVerb W2 includes source models from 10 world-class recording and performance venues including Ambience, Booth, Cathedral, Chamber Large, Chamber Medium, Chamber Small, Church, Concert Hall, Dance Club, Opera House, Philharmonic Hall, Room Small, Scoring Stage, Studio Large, Studio Small. A built-in graphic envelope control makes it easy to further sculpt these spaces.
WizooVerb W2 also features Wizoo's proprietary A.I.R. algorithmic reverb technology in the same package. Here users have complete control over parameters such as tail delay, room size, ambience, density and color. A.I.R. gives users intimate control over their reverb sound, anything from subtle adjustments to creating surreal spaces.
WizooVerb W2 allows users to choose between HDIR and A.I.R. technologies separately for early reflections and reverb tail. For the ultimate realism, one might choose an HDIR model for the early reflections and fine-tune the reverb tail with the malleable algorithmic parameters offered by A.I.R. Of course, that's just one permutation. The combination of HDIR, IR and A.I.R. makes WizooVerb W2 a very flexible reverb.
While the HDIR models are truly stunning, WizooVerb W2 can also import standard IR files from third parties or created by users that have IR capture software. This provides access to a huge library of existing acoustic spaces from around the world. Moreover, WizooVerb W2 can solve two common problems that plague many IR signals by trimming silence before the first impulse and removing the direct signal. As with HDIR, you can easily shape the imported IR spaces using a graphic envelope control.
Despite its sophistication, WizooVerb W2 is simple to use. Users can start by choosing any of the 100 presets, either by name or category. Several common controls are presented on the front panel for instant access to the most important parameters like size, pre-delay and time, as well as two user-defined parameters. Users can also change HDIR rooms, import and edit standard IR envelopes and tweak the A.I.R. parameters. A formidable 4-band master EQ is also provided.
WizooVerb W2 works on both Windows and Mac platforms and can operate in stand-alone or host mode. It supports VST 2.0 (Win/Mac), RTAS (Win/Mac), and Audio Units (Mac) for compatibility with most popular software.
Minimum system requirements for PC are Windows XP; Pentium III 1GHz; 512MB RAM; 56MB free hard disk space. Minimum requirements for Macintosh are OS 10.3.8; Power Macintosh G4 1GHz (G5 recommended); 512MB RAM; 68MB free hard disk space. Both platforms require a DVD-ROM drive for installation and Internet connection (via any computer) for software activation.
WizooVerb W2 is currently shipping and carries an MSRP of $249.95 USD. M-Audio is the exclusive worldwide distributor for the product.
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