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Wavebyte has announced the release of GFX Reverb 1.0. The GFX Series is a collection of DirectX® Audio Plug-ins designed for guitarists, with the look, feel and sound of classic guitar effects. The GFX Reverb 1.0 produces a wide variety of reverberant spaces with various tonal qualities, from small bright rooms to large dark halls. Key Features

  • Effect Control: adjusts the dry/wet mix; turn clockwise to increase reverb and counterclockwise to decrease
  • Time Control: adjusts the decay length of the reverb; turn clockwise to increase and counterclockwise to decrease
  • Tone Control: adjusts the tone of the reverb; turn counterclockwise to decrease the high frequency response
  • Level Control: adjusts the output level of the effect; turn counterclockwise from full clockwise position to decrease
  • LED On/Off Indicator: indicates if the effect is on or off
  • Foot (Mouse) Pedal On/Off Switch: toggles the effect on and off; left-click with mouse to toggle on and off
Availability and Pricing
GFX Reverb 1.0 demo and retail versions are available on the Wavebyte website. System Requirements
  • Microsoft® Windows® 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP
  • DirectX® compatible audio host application
  • Microsoft® DirectX® Media 5.2 or higher
  • 200 MHz Pentium processor or 100% equivalent
  • 32MB RAM
  • 16 bit Graphics Card
Product Specifications
  • Graphics Resolutions: 16, 24, 32 bit
  • Sample Rates: 8,000 ¿ 96,000 kHz
  • Sample Formats: 16, 24 bit
  • Internal DSP: 32-bit IEEE Float
  • Plug-in Connections: mono to mono, stereo to stereo

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