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Nugen adds stereo version of Paragon reverb

Posted on: Thursday 14th of October 2021

ParagonSTA mono/stereo-only version of its well-received convolution reverb software, Paragon ST strips out the surround functionality of the original and adds new features to make it better suited for stereo music production applications. Interestingly, some of these new features will now be ported across to the multi-channel application too for musicians interested in mixing in surround formats.

Paragon based its functionality on innovative resynthesis of its Impulse Responses (IR), affording more editability than a conventional IR reverb. Additionally, it featured spectral analysis and IR EQ, low-artifact time-stretching, and HPF and LPF per channel – while the new ST version adds stereo width controls, based on Nugen’s Stereoizer plug-in, a mic distance control to adjust early reverb reflections and pre-delay tempo lock to anchor the reverb pre-delay to the project BPM. Paragon ST has an MSRP of US$299, but is currently available at an introductory price of US$149.

More details and trial versions of the software can be found at Nugen’s website.

 

 



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