Skip to main content

plate reverb

UVI releases plate reverb.

Member for

12 years 2 months
On my cheap-as-it-gets phone there are some pretty convincing (medium) room sounds especially on electric guitar. Other than that I have no idea what to this a sounds like.

I do like the control set, and it seems pretty versatile (perhaps plain), and it's pretty cool how they developed it.

https://www.uvi.net/plate.html?utm_source=VIC&utm_campaign=VIC_Plate-Banner_1018

Plate Reverb

Member for

21 years
A plate reverb system uses an electromechanical transducer, similar to the driver in a loudspeaker, to create vibrations in a large plate of sheet metal. The plate’s motion is picked up by one or more contact microphones whose output is an audio signal which may be added to the original "dry" signal.

EMT 140 Stereo Plate Reverb Amplifier

Member for

7 years 3 months
Hello. We purchased this EMT 140 Reverb Amplifier at an auction and purchased it "unseen" as it was wrapped and boxed and they would not allow anyone to take off the packing around the boxes to take a look at it. They auctioned it off as "large lot stereo equipment". When we finally found enough strong friends to help load/unload it we got it to the storage unit and saw what it was. Have NO idea if it works, but it appears extremely clean and well taken care of. No corrosion anywhere. It is 2 huge HEAVY wooden crate type boxes.

Plate Reverb

Member for

21 years
I'm using Pro Tools mix and am looking for a better reverb program than what I'm using, lexiverb. I'm looking for some good plate reverbs without buying an emt. Is the plate 140 by UAD any good? I've got the mix system, so I don't think altiverb would work on my system?
x