21 May 2016: Sound On Sound ReviewSound On Sound has published a glowing Reverberate 2 review in their June 2016 edition - many thanks to Sam and the team!
4 February 2016: Audiofanzine Review (French)The French edition of Audiofanzine has reviewed Reverberate 2 with Fusion-IR (original French article, and Google Translate English version), it received 4/5 and an Innovation award.
1 February 2016: Computer Music UK Review and Developer InterviewReverberate 2 and Fusion-IR have been reviewed in Computer Music Magazine's March 2016 issue. Receiving a score of 9/10 and the Value and Performance awards, the plugin is summarised as 'A sonically impressive, flexible and intuitive convolution reverb that offers an expensive sound and potential-packed Fusion-IR technology at a great price'. A developer interview is also included!
30 October 2015: Reverberate 2.0 Release
We're proud to announce the availability of Reverberate 2.0, featuring our most innovative reverb technology to date, Fusion-IR.
Since its original launch in 2009 Reverberate has become a staple in project and professional studios worldwide, known for its powerful modulation capabilities bringing true stereo impulse responses to life.
Today, Reverberate 2 introduces Fusion-IRs, an innovative approach to convolution creating a lively, organic reverberation that is impossible to achieve with traditional static convolution reverbs.
Fusion-IR processing captures the evolving character of an algorithmic reverb using multiple true-stereo reverb streams that are processed simultaneously. The inputs to the convolution streams are modulated and the outputs fused into a rich, captivating space that mixes effortlessly with your music without sacrificing the editing precision, visual feedback and flexibility of a convolution based product.
All Fusion-IRs contain separately sampled early and late reverb components for a level of mix control rarely found in free or commercial impulse response packs.
LiquidSonics has produced a stunning new Bricasti M7 Fusion-IR library, meticulously captured specifically for Reverberate 2.0 and provided for download free of charge.
Reverberate 2.0 is available for VST, AU and AAX formats priced at £80.
Existing Reverberate users can upgrade for just £35.
1 January 2015: Local VAT Rates Apply To LiquidSonics Purchases Within The EU From 2015
Further to the news on 25 October 2014 VAT is now charged at the local rate for all EU customers (except those in the UK). Customers within the UK and in other parts of the world pay no VAT on sales from LiquidSonics due to various rules set out by the European Union and the UK's HMRC.
Those within the EU that are VAT registered can purchase without paying VAT. Please see the support page for more information.
7 December 2014: VAT Is Now Charged for Customers in the European Union
On 7 December 2014 LiquidSonics became VAT registered (VAT registration number GB 200 6688 29) and has now started charging at the UK rate of 20% for sales within the EU. Customers outside of the EU are not required to pay VAT on LiquidSonics products. VAT is applied once PayPal has established your location. From 1st January 2015 the variable EU VAT rates will be applied within the EU.
25 October 2014: Advance Notice Regarding VAT for Customers in the European Union
On 1 January 2015, changes apply to the European Union (EU) VAT place of supply of services rules involving business to consumer (B2C) supplies of broadcasting, telecommunications and e-services (digital services). A consumer means a private individual. For further details see this link.
Since its inception LiquidSonics has not been required to levy VAT on its products in line with UK law due to the UK VAT registration threshold point. This changes as of 2015 and all LiquidSonics products sold within the EU become liable for VAT. In preparation for this LiquidSonics Ltd (UK Company Registration Number 09142162) will become VAT registered during Q4 2014. After VAT registration and before 1st January 2015 VAT will be charged at the UK rate (20%). After 1st January 2015 LiquidSonics will charge VAT for EU customers at the standard rate for the country of the customer (typically around 20%, see here for a list of VAT rates in all EU member states). This means the effective cost of LiquidSonics products will rise for EU consumers.
EU businesses with a valid VAT number can apply for a VAT rebate on all purchases upon which VAT was levied by contacting LiquidSonics Support via the contact form (these will be validated against the VIES VAT system) and valid requests will be processed within 20 business days (but typically much less).
This notice applies to EU customers only and the VAT rate will only be visible on your order once PayPal has established your location so that the appropriate VAT rate can be applied. Sales to the rest of the world are considered export and are zero VAT rated. You may be responsible for declaring such purchases on your tax return depending on local laws.
26 August 2014: Mobile Convolution ReleasedThe Reverberate convolution engine has been ported to iOS and is now available in the store in a brand new app, Mobile Convolution, bringing its low latency true stereo reverb to iPhone and iPad.
03 June 2013: 100th Release and AAX SupportReverberate 1.800 is the 100th point release of Reverberate and adds support for AAX whilst including lots of new IRs and a graphical refresh.
22 May 2013: Computer Music UK FeatureCheck out the latest edition of Computer Music for a superb article on Reverberate CM.
19 January 2012: Filtrate discount for Reverberate and Reverberate Core UsersFiltrate, Reverberate and Reverberate Core are available to buy together for £75. As a thank-you to our existing customers who purchased Reverberate or Reverberate Core before the release of Filtrate, a discounted Filtrate license offer is now available.
14 January 2012: Reverberate Bundle UpgradesReverberate and Reverberate Core are available to buy together for £60. For those who did not take advantage of this offer at the time of purchase, Reverberate Core users may now purchase a discounted Reverberate license and Reverberate users may now purchase a discounted Reverberate Core license.
07 January 2012: Filtrate ReleasedFiltrate is a linear phase paragraphic equaliser from LiquidSonics. Since the release of Filtrate LE in September 2009, a number of people have inquired about the availability of the plug-in for a wider range of formats. A commercial release of Filtrate is now available for x86/x64 VST, x86/x64 AU and RTAS on Mac and PC. This features a number of enhancements including independent left/right/linked stereo equalisation, Midi-CC parameter control, enhanced graphics and a more interactive interface with movable EQ handles and precise text-based parameter entry. CUDA support is provided for PC. A full 30-day demo is available and the plug-in is available to buy for £25 (approx 40 USD).
17 March 2011: Computer Music UK DonationA big thanks to Computer Music UK for their kind donation of £325 in return for the Reverberate CM covermount to the LiquidSonics charity of choice, Cancer Research UK.
26 February 2011: Mac 64-bit SupportThe Reverberate and Reverberate Core VSTs and AUs are now available as 64-bit plug-ins.
23 September 2010: SOS Awards - Reverberate has been nominatedMany thanks to the Sound on Sound team for picking LiquidSonics Reverberate for a nomination in their SOS Awards. For a chance to win some wonderful prizes in the draw and to show your appreciation, please vote!
09 September 2010: Reverberate RTAS Support and Reverberate Core ReleasedLiquidSonics is pleased to announce full RTAS support in the latest release of Reverberate as a free update for all users. Due to the number of incremental improvements over the last 18 months the selling price of Reverberate has been increased to more accurately represent its place in the market.
Reverberate Core has been introduced to meet the needs of producers and musicians who require a simple and efficient true stereo convolver without the modulation and effects capabilities of the full edition of Reverberate. Existing users of Reverberate can also benefit from the reduced memory footprint and suitability of Reverberate Core when configured as a higher latency workhorse reverb processor when the full flexibility of Reverberate is not needed (for instance when using third party impulse responses on delay compensated audio tracks).
25 June 2010: LiquidSonics joins the social media revolutionFacebook is a great way to get news from your friends and favourite software vendors, with this in mind there is now a new LiquidSonics Facebook page. Hit 'like' to keep up with the latest news, hints and tips direct from the source.
18 March 2010: Reverberate reviewed in UK's Sound on SoundSam Inglis has reviewed Reverberate in the April 2010 issue of UK publication Sound On Sound.
27 October 2009: Full Release of Reverberate for OS XFollowing a successful period of beta testing, the Mac OS X version of Reverberate has been released. We really appreciate the feedback from the Mac community, so a big thank you to all those involved.
4 October 2009: Reverberate LE (GPU Edition) mentioned in Sound on SoundMartin Walker has kindly given LiquidSonics a brief mention in his article on GPU Computing for audio plug-ins in PC Notes (October 2009) with regard to the GPU Edition of Reverberate LE.
3 October 2009: Reverberate for OS X enters public betaA private beta of Reverberate has been underway for some months. This has been very successful and now and the time is right to open it up for feedback from the wider community. An Audio Unit and VST version of Reverberate for OS X is now available from the Reverberate product page. Please let us know how you get on! Many thanks to Michael Olsen of PhonoXone for his substantial contributions during this phase.
17 September 2009: Reverberate LE and Filtrate LE full releaseWe are very happy to finally be able to release version 1.0 of Reverberate LE and Filtrate LE. The donations page is now online thanks to Virgin Money Giving and we are raising money for Cancer Research UK. We hope you've enjoyed using these products throughout the beta phase and hope you will join us in our support of our eventual aim to raise some cash for this deserving cause!
27 August 2009: Reverberate for OS X is in developmentA number of you have been requesting Mac OS X support for Reverberate. We appreciate the feedback and are pleased to confirm that progress is being made on both the Audio Unit and VST versions of Reverberate for OS X; we expect a release within Q4 2009. Check back for more information in future. Thanks for your support and encouragement!
26 August 2009: Beta versions of LE plug-ins updatedThe Filtrate LE and Reverberate LE betas have been updated to expire at the beginning of October 2009. The intention with the LE versions of our plug-ins is for them to benefit charity via a donations web-page. This has taken longer to set up than originally anticipated; hence the beta phase has taken longer than hoped for. It is thought that by the end of September this service will be fully operational at which point the LE versions will graduate to full 1.0 (and beyond) releases; at this point the plug-ins will encourage (but not force or persistently nag) you to donate to our chosen charity. Thank-you for your patience.
3 August 2009: Reverberate reviewed in Computer Music UK receiving 9/10Reverberate has been reviewed in the September 2009 issue of Computer Music UK and received a 9/10! Many thanks to all our beta testers and customers with all their helpful feedback without which we could not have hoped to receive such praise. Some choice quotes; on the sound: `Reverberate stands up to the competition in terms of sound quality, and the additional modulation options make it an absolute steal at £30.` and on the modulation: `In practice, it's very effective, and offers creative potential too`.
30 May 2009: Reverberate commercial releaseReverberate has been made available to purchase. A 30-day demo is available for free and the full version can now be purchased for £30 via the main product page. A big thank-you to all beta testers!
13 May 2009: Reverberate beta releasedA public beta of Reverberate has been made available. Reverberate incorporates a pair of stereo zero-latency convolution processors coupled with modulating post-effects for a richer, more dynamic convolution reverb.
21 April 2009: Filtrate LE GPU Edition beta releasedA GPU Edition of the 5-band linear phase paragraphic equaliser Filtrate LE has been made available. This uses the same CUDA convolution technology as featured in Reverberate LE (GPU Edition) to offload processing to the GPU.
19 April 2009: All beta versions extendedNew versions of all beta plug-ins have been released expiring on 1 July 2009. It is expected that the final versions of Reverberate LE and Filtrate LE will be made available before this date.
18 April 2009: Main website made publicly availableThe temporary public beta page has been retired and now redirects to the software page. The main website is publicly accessible from http://www.liquidsonics.com.
29 March 2009: Initial phase of website launchUpload of main website for beta testing. Main page still does not redirect to the beta page and plug-ins are to remain in beta until the full launch.
21 February 2009: Filtrate LE enters public betaLiquidSonics is pleased to announce the PC VST public beta of Filtrate LE. This plug-in provides a 5-band linear phase equaliser with selectable FIR lengths. Visit the software page for more information.
4 February 2009: Reverberate LE enters public betaLiquidSonics is pleased to announce the PC VST public beta of Reverberate LE. This plug-in provides a low-latency convolution reverb for native and CUDA enabled PC VST DAWs. Visit the software page for more information.