The original Spaces was lauded for offering a plethora of reverb options, from creative to highly surgical. By adding Spaces II to your mixes, you get hundreds more reverbs recorded in churches, concert halls, opera houses, catacombs, train stations, recording studios, and warehouses. The new streamlined UI and control features enable you to access every reverb and make edits rapidly, with minimal delay between searching for the most suitable reverb and finalizing your settings. And because it includes all reverbs from Spaces I, Spaces II is the most powerful and versatile convolution reverb on the market.
If you’re looking for a comprehensive collection of impulse responses from every location imaginable, Spaces II is a Swiss army knife of creative and technical reverbs to suit any genre. From a large orchestra down to or a 5-piece ensemble or solo performance, Spaces II makes it easy to select a contextually appropriate and believable reverb for nearly any stage or environment you like, while offering clear detail that would normally get washed away in other convolution reverbs.
From stunning concert venues like Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City, Reynolds Hall in Las Vegas, and the War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco, to exquisite sounding churches like St. Patrick’s and St. Dominic’s, to unique and extraordinary sounding locations like catacombs and Union Station in Los Angeles and many more, the reverbs from these brand-new spaces will inspire you and help bring your compositions to life with incredible realism. These are some of the best locations EastWest has recorded in and they will all perfectly compliment the locations from SPACES I.
(Churches, Concert Halls, Opera House)
The ideal choice for choirs and orchestras, these reverbs have a long tail and present a lot of detail. With so many to choose from, you’re certain to find one with the exact density and tail you’re looking for.
(Caves, Courtyard, Forests)
Perfect for sound designers who need to recreate a physical space with strikingly different acoustics from anything you’d normally find in a reverb collection. Excellent for open spaces and unconventional settings.
(The Catacombs, Parking Garages, Swimming Hall, Train Stations, Warehouses)
Sound designers will find these reverbs valuable for foley work and adding to ambiences, and composers will love the opportunity to place their musicians in an environment far removed from a typical performance hall. The incredibly long tails in this collection are unlike any other spaces you have at your disposal.
(Plates, Rock Rooms, Studios)
If you’re writing classic rock or want to emulate a session recording, these reverbs are the way to do it. We captured the impulse responses of a plethora of classic plates and studios perfect for creating just the right amount of ambience--not too much, but you would miss it if taken out of the mix.
A sound designer’s paradise: this is an excellent way to force your sounds through unrealistic and eerie metals and digital environments and heavily morph the final result. The result can be a bit unpredictable--but sometimes it pays to take a chance.
(Instrument Specific Tour, Solo Vocal)
A collection of reverbs tailored specially to some of the most common instruments available, including pianos, strings, vocals, and synths. When you want a quick way to create the perfect ambience for a specific instrument, try looking here first!
The same revolutionary impulse recording techniques that made SPACES I so popular have been replicated in this new collection. The best gear from Fairchild, Manley, Meitner, Neumann, Neve, Sennheiser, Sony, Telefunken, and TG were used in each recording. ATC Monitors were used in each space to emulate the real-world sound projection properties of various instruments. Spaces II includes a very hi-resolution, True Stereo engine that focuses on delivering the very best sound at a very low CPU load. Most impulses are in 8 channel format, so surround mixes can be created.
WHAT WILL YOU
If you have any holes in your collection of impulse responses, Spaces II will obliterate nearly all of them. This level of power and extensive range of options will be difficult to find anywhere else on the market, and regardless of your unique needs, it’s a given that you’ll quickly find a reverb for nearly any physical space you need to replicate.
What’s one space you’ve been desperate to model? Because changes are, you’ll find it in Spaces II.
Generally, all info related to the reverb selected is displayed in the interface window of SPACES II.
The following is useful information -
Typically an impulse is taken with the source on the left side of the stage and the right side of the stage. Each impulse is stereo. When they are put together you get a true stereo 4 channel snapshot of the space. We encourage users to use the true stereo versions of the impulses. The true stereo switch on the interface is an indicator, not a switch. It indicates what you have loaded.
Below are the minimum and recommended hardware and software specifications for using Opus on Windows and MacOS systems.
The chart below outlines the MacOS and Windows 64-bit operating systems and sequencers that are officially supported and fully tested with the latest version of Opus. Please note that while most Sequencers / DAWs are VST 2, VST 3, AU and AAX plug-in format compatible, only those listed in the chart below are officially supported.
|Product||Version||MacOS (10.13+)||Windows 10|
|EW Play 6 Stand-Alone||6.0+||YES||YES|
|EW Opus Stand-Alone||1.0+||YES||YES|
|Apple Logic Pro||10.0+||YES||-|
|Avid Pro Tools||2018.1+||YES||YES|
|Image-Line FL Studio||20+||YES||YES|
|Motu Digital Performer||9.0+||YES||YES|
|Presonus Studio One||4.0+||YES||YES|
|VSL Vienna Ensemble Pro||6.0+||YES||YES|
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