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SP2016 Reverb’s six al­go­rithms com­prise the Room, Stereo Room and High-Den­sity Plate of the orig­i­nal SP2016, and the ‘Mod­ern’ ver­sions of the same from 2016 Reverb.

Room and Stereo Room dif­fer in that Room has a mono in­put and Stereo Room is, well, fully stereo. Which to choose will de­pend on the na­ture of your source sig­nal and/or the space you want to place it in.

Plate em­u­lates a heavy plate reverb (ab­so­lutely beau­ti­ful on drums and per­cus­sion). The Vin­tage ver­sion has no Po­si­tion, Dif­fu­sion or EQ pa­ram­e­ters.

The sonic dif­fer­ences be­tween the Mod­ern and Vin­tage al­go­rithms are sig­nif­i­cant, with the for­mer work­ing at a higher bit-depth, and be­ing no­tice­ably brighter and more dif­fuse. The al­go­rithms them­selves have no bear­ing on the value ranges of the reverb pa­ram­e­ters, so you can set the Pre­de­lay and Decay times and flick be­tween al­go­rithms to see which works best for the job at hand.

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