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Old 05-08-2014, 05:36 AM
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Default Exponential Audio Announces 3DLink for Surround Reverb

Hello all. Here's something that many of you post mixers might find interesting.

Exponential Audio will soon be shipping their 3DLink for Surround reverbs. This is an extension to PhoenixVerb Surround and R2 Surround reverbs that supports reverb configurations up to 14.1, even on workstations without 3D tracks. Dolby Atmos® and Auro3D® are the primary applications for 3DLink, but it can also be used for live applications as well as venues and attractions requiring height channels.

For more information, please visit the news page at Exponential Audio.
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