Eventide’s Reverb 2016 recreates the legendary reverb algorithms of Eventide?s
SP2016 ? Stereo Room, Room Reverb and High Density Plate. Every aspect of
the original effects has been duplicated including every detail of the user parameters.
While the algorithms are identical to the originals, the hardware implementation is
state-of-the-art, with features that include a high performance 24 bit DSP, 24 bit
analog audio I/O, digital I/O and MIDI interface.
The Reverb 2016 is built to reverb ? it?s not a multi-effects box. It was designed
from the perspective that reverb is used nearly always and warrants a dedicated
box with an optimal user interface. The Reverb 2016 user interface is extremely
easy-to-use, unbelievably cool and features dedicated controls for each of the
effect?s parameters. The controls and display are intuitive. The panel controls are
optimized for the studio and for live performance. Up to 99 user presets can be stored.
While recreating the original reverbs is the Reverb 2016?s raison d?etre, it also
features brand new, enhanced versions of the originals. These ?New? reverbs are
not a breakthrough: they have the same basic structure of the originals but with
more complex early reflections, higher density, and finer control of the parameters.
The ?New? reverbs represent the natural evolution of the development work that maxed
out the array processing power of the SP2016.
Reverb 2016 Features
6 Reverb effects and a dedicated user interface
Recreates 3 original SP2016 reverb effects
High Density Plate
3 new enhanced versions of the originals
Fast top level UI (one knob – one job) optimized for studio
and live performance
Stores up to 99 user defined presets.
Digital input/output (S/PDIF)
Input kill switch, relay bypass switch
Dual function footswitch input
>98dB dynamic range
24 bit conversion
MIDI in & out
20 Hz – 20 kHz +/-1dB
Pro levels (+4 dB nominal) and connections (XLR and 1/4?)
Balanced/unbalanced input selection via rear panel, push button switch
Universal internal power supply works anywhere