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SSL flexes its Native muscles

SSL flexes its Native muscles

SSL flexes its Native muscles

SSL has added FlexVerb to its Native v6.1 software

Solid State Logic’s Native v6.1 software release has launched with the inclusion of FlexVerb, a reverb plug-in that features a six-band EQ, high and low pass filters, three-band reverb time multipliers and an input sidechain compressor. FlexVerb’s algorithm has been coded to offer ‘the depth, character and detail of a professional reverb’.

FlexVerb features a split early-late reflection interface that enables users to add the natural body and tone of various early room reflections, coupled with a range of expansive reverb tail options. The plug-in is also designed to be intuitive and to facilitate the efficient creation of ‘professional, mix-ready sound’.

Additionally, Native v6.1 brings an array of improvements to the preset management system for all plug-ins across the range. The update also provides dedicated MCU plug-in control mapping for Apple’s Logic Pro and Steinberg’s Cubase, and adds more than 80 producer presets.

The v6.1 update is free for existing Duende Native and SSL Native users. FlexVerb can be used with a Duende Native X-Verb iLok licence. SSL Native subscription holders will automatically receive a FlexVerb iLok licence for the duration of their subscription.

In other SSL news, the Audiotonix brand has launched a 32+1 fader version of its System T S300. The new S300-32 can be used as a portable surface, moved around a facility where needed or serve as a backup surface to a larger S500.

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