AMS RMX16 Ex­panded £260

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Mark Crab­tree’s AMS RMX16 re­verb con­tin­ues to find favour in many world-lead­ing stu­dios, which is no sur­prise when you con­sider the thou­sands of hit records which have em­ployed its ser­vices. UAD users have had ac­cess to an em­u­la­tion of its cov­eted wares for some time but the 9.3 up­date pro­vides a sec­ond it­er­a­tion of the plugin, branded as AMS RMX16 Ex­panded. This of­fers nine rare al­go­rithms made for the original hard­ware in­clud­ing NonLin 1, Freeze and Re­versed ef­fects. The way in which th­ese al­go­rithms were orig­i­nally added to the hard­ware was via a bar­code reader but, of course, life is more straight­for­ward on the UAD sys­tem, where the ‘Ex­panded’ plugin ap­pears along­side the original. The new al­go­rithms make this re­verb sig­nif­i­cantly more flex­i­ble and it will ap­peal to a broader range of mu­si­cal ap­pli­ca­tions as a re­sult. It’s awash with new pre­sets to ex­plore th­ese op­tions, while both it­er­a­tions of the plugin are bun­dled for the stated price. www.uau­ VERDICT 9.0

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