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Perfect Room
How would your music sound in a perfect room?
video: Diego Delgado artist: Relatiiv remix: nrec

A perfect room?

Classic algorithmic reverb plugins use a combination of short feedbacking delays to create the illusion of reverberation. These delays cause unwanted metallic resonances and sharp spikes in the reverb’s frequency response. The denise team challenged themselves to create something better - a perfect room - and invented their TXVerb™ technology. Using this technology, the denise Perfect Room doesn’t use delays for the tail. Its technology allows for highly creative use, different sounds, and can enhance the character and colouration of any audio you run through it in an extremely natural way, sounding defined and tight from the lowest kick all the way up to the highest vocal.
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Zero metallic resonance

Without metallic cluttering, you retain the clarity and presence of you lead instruments.
Zero metallic Drum
Zero metallic Vocal
Zero metallic Snare
A drum hall really sounds like a drum hall when the reverb is this large.

Completely tight low-end

Add reverb that sounds completely tight when used on low sources like kick-drum, toms, basses & synths.
Orchestral sounds
Make real sounds boom!
Reverb to an electronic drum beat
Hollywood movie type effects
Deep drum reverberations
Maintain clarity on a bass guitar
The Perfect Room makes the orchestra wide and deep and doesn’t mess with the low end at all.
Thomas Qvist - Tonmeister
Even though we think the Perfect Room is powerful, it’s always exciting to see how our plugins do in the ‘real world’. Looking for feedback, Thomas was one of the first we asked. He tested the Perfect Room with his students – and wrote us something that made us blush. We say, go test for yourselves.
Thomas Qvist - sound engineer at the Royal Danish Conservatory
“The Perfect Room is now part of my template next to my hardware Lexicon 480L”
“I have tested it very closely and I am very happy with it! It’s actually in my template now, next to my hardware 480L :) What I really like, is that it does something else than all the other reverbs I like. The ‘natural’ reverbs tend to be midrange, but this one is somehow more linear and I like it a lot!”

TXVerb™ reverb technology

Unique algorithm that enhances natural character & colouration.
Maintain clarity in a large room
Get clarity across the full drum bus
Design a heavy drum room
Create dramatic depth with vocals
Create a 3D depth with guitars
Add space with a perfectly flat frequency response
Add a natural reverb to real instruments
Vocals stay super smooth and gain depth and space.
track: Tears in my soup artist: nrec vocals: Sunshine

Larger than life mono —> stereo

Create a wide stereo reverb from a mono source without any phase issues.
Create big ambience from synths
Create a super large vocal ambience
Add width to a clap
The synth here gets a big lot of square perfect room in dark mode, which enhances all of the performance giving it a super wide layer of ambience.
Engineer
For single tracks, busses and masters
Creative
Use the Perfect Room to create unique reverb effects

Crazy effects with the built-in Shimmer, Detune & Internal Ducker

Shimmer & Ducker open's lead vocal:
High end excitement to drums
Make real instruments shine
The vocal bus here gets PR in flat triangular mode. The shimmer creates a beautiful texture of overtones and the detune function makes the reverb alive and swinging, while the ducker prevents the vocals themselves to be smeared out by the reverb, the result is a synth-like extra layer of reverb which also works as arrangement with the rest of the tracks.
Cocktail Party Effect
DJ/Producer
Works Perfectly!
"I love the ducker part of it, I do that a lot with my tunes, so this is an interesting way of integrating it."
Cocktail Party Effect - DJ/Producer

Single tracks, busses & mastering

Sounds so balanced you can use it on your whole track during mastering.
Real life feel to guitar recordings
Make a performance sound live
Put a recording in a real space
Give vocals that untreated feel
The Perfect Room is used on the whole guitar stem to create an extra live room feel to fit with the rest of the production.
3 tail shapes
Logarithmic, linear & square
5 room types
From bright to dark

Combine perfect with external FX

Used on a bus, you can combine the Perfect Room with all kinds of effects to create character and excitement.
The Sweeper & Perfect Room
Bad Tape & Perfect Room
Noize 2 & Perfect Room
Use the sweeper after the Perfect room to filter the reverb tail and have great control over it, you can change the characteristics of it over time to damp it or to open some frequencies as the tail fades out, creating resonances. In this example the start of the reverb is unfiltered and bright and the tail gets darker and darker. Listen to what happens at the “S” of the vocals when the sweeper is applied.
track: Tears in my soup artist: nrec vocals: Sunshine

Be happy with Slappy :)

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A hysteresis saturated slapback delay for a great sound and quick results.

TXVerb™ reverb technology

Unique algorithm that enhances natural character & colouration.

Completely tight low-end

Add reverb that sounds completely tight when used on low sources like kick-drum, toms, basses & synths.

Zero metallic resonance

Without metallic cluttering, you retain the clarity and presence of you lead instruments.

Larger than life mono -> stereo

Create a wide stereo reverb from a mono source without any phase issues.

Creative effects

Built-in Shimmer, Detune & Internal Ducker.

Single tracks, busses & mastering

Sounds so balanced you can use it on your whole track during mastering.

Perfect for external FX

Used on a bus, you can combine the Perfect Room with all kinds of effects to create character and excitement.

Versatile

3 differnt tails shapes and 5 room types.

Get a Room with Slappy!

MANUAL
SPECS
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How would your music sound in a perfect room?

How would your music sound in a perfect room?

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INPUT AND OUTPUT (-48dB to 48dB): Input and output gain that let you boost or attenuate the signal going in and going out, giving you more control over the signal. MIX (0% to 100%): Smoothly mixes in the wet reverb signal giving you control over the overall intensity of the effect. HPF AND LPF (20Hz to 20kHz): A high pass and low pass filter to apply additional filtering to the generated noise. DELAY (0ms to 1000ms) Adds pre-delay to the wet reverb signal, to preserve clarity and transients. TAIL (0ms to 5000ms) Controls the length of the reverb tail. WIDTH (0% to 100%) Lets you adjust the stereo width of the wet reverb signal. CURVE (NATURAL / TRIANGLE / SQUARE): Lets you choose between different tail decay shapes. TYPE (BRIGHT XL / BRIGHT / FLAT / DARK / DARK XL): Lets you choose between different room colors. FLIP (ON / OFF): Reverses the reverb tail. SPLIT (ON / OFF): Creates a stereo reverb from a mono source. SHIMMER (0% to 100%) Smoothly mixes in the shimmer effect. SOURCE (0% to 100%) Controls the mix amount of the original reverb signal. LO OCTAVE (0% to 100%) Controls the mix amount of the reverb signal copy pitched down one octave down. HIGH OCTAVE (0% to 100%)Controls the mix amount of the reverb signal copy pitched up one octave down. DETUNE (0% to 100%) Smoothly mixes in the detune effect. WOW (0% to 100%) Lets you slowly detune the wet reverb signal in a pseudo-random manner. SHAKE (0% to 100%) Lets you quickly detune the wet reverb signal in a pseudo-random manner. SPEED (0% to 100%): Lets you control the speed of the wow and shake features. DUCKER (0% to 100%): Smoothly mixes in the ducker effect. THRESHOLD (-48dB to 0db): Sets the threshold above where the ducking kicks in. RATIO (1 to 10): Sets the compression ratio used by the ducker. ATTACK (0ms to 1000ms): The attack feature fades in the gain reduction generated by the ducker. HOLD (0ms to 100ms): The hold feature stabilises the gain reduction generated by the ducker. RELEASE (0ms to 5000ms): The release feature fades out the gain reduction generated by the ducker. LATENCY: To utilise the TXVerb technology the Perfect room has 4096 samples latency. The plug-in reports this latency to the DAW, so the DAW can compensate for it if you enable the DAW's 'delay compensation' functionality. This means that in any professional DAW, you don not have to worry about latency at all during the mixing mastering stage of your productions. However, in general DAW delay compensation does not work when recording. This means that the Perfect Room reverb plugin will have some latency during the recording stage, just like any other plugin that reports latency to the DAW.

Release date: 28 OCT 2019/11:00
Latest version: 1.0.0
OS: 64-bit OSX 10.7 or newer
Formats: VST, VST3, AU, AAX
Latest version: 1.0.0
OS: 64-bit Windows 7 or newer
Formats: VST, VST3, AAX

OSX

Version: 1.0.0
Changed: Original release

Windows

Version: 1.0.0
Changed: Original release
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