Waves IR-1 Convolution Reverb

Waves IR-1 Convolution Reverb

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IR-1 Convolution Reverb, Réverb à convolution logicielle de la marque Waves appartenant à la série IR.

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Neuf à partir de 35 € prix moyen : 35 €

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  • Fabricant : Waves
  • Modèle : IR-1 Convolution Reverb
  • Série : IR
  • Catégorie : Réverbs à convolution logicielles
  • Fiche créée le : 10/01/2004

The Waves IR-1 transports your projects to the most famous venues in the world, such as Wembley Arena, Grand Ole Opry, Sydney Opera House, CBGB’s, or Birdland.

  • Convolution reverb plugin
  • Delivers the sampled sound of world-famous venues
  • Includes over 100 impulse responses of spaces and devices
  • Capture and create your own convolution reverbs
  • Early reflections buildup
  • Native and SoundGrid formats, Mac OS X and Windows

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IR-1 Convolution Reverb Plug-in 34,53 €

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Note moyenne :4.7( 4.7/5 sur 6 avis )
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L'avis de AudioArtist (contenu en anglais)"Convolution "modeling" reverb at it's best"

Waves IR-1 Convolution Reverb
Compatability issues are in any myriad ways something that you must figure out based on your own system, software version, etc. I use the IR-1 with pro-tools as an audiosuite or active plug-in, your choice.
You can find many manuals and tutorials for any waves product either on the official waves website or elsewhere.
In general the IR-1 is NOT a simple, user friendly plug-in. You really should have a firm grasp of accoustics and "room-modeling" before you dive into this guy. I by no means suggest that you will be unable to coax some excellent sounds from this plug-in even if you are not knowledgeable about such theory/topics/implementation/matematics/etc., just suffice it to say you will become proficient with this plug-in much, much quicker if you know what you are doing.
There, I've said it! Go to school and learn your math, learn your trade, and then put in years of unrecognized and unrewarded experience in before you sound off on a plug-in as sophisticated as this one. In other words, Pay your dues Leeches!!


Depending on your system and your hardware, this plug-in can range from stable to a crash monster. It is completely and totally up to you to work these compatabilty and cpu load issues out for yourself. Do you really expect someone to hold your hand all the way through your training and subsequent "due-paying" experiences? Sorry, that's why the 'pros' get paid son.


The Waves IR-1 convolution reverb is simply the best currently available and will most likely continue to be the best for quite some time. With the smallest possible supplied pre-sets, the engineer with the proper knowledge and education in accoustics and it's relative mathematical implications should find this plug-in to be one of the most powerful and inspiring reverb plug-ins ever. Period.
In terms of value vs. price, the IR-1 is a difficult creature to classify. I personally would reccomend that you aquire the IR-1 with some Waves bundle, you will save tons of hard earned money with that choice, however if you do not currently own a solid convolution reverb and that is your only interest..., if you've got the money, the IR-1 is worth it.
To rate the IR-1 in terms of precision and/or quality is an almost laughable notion. The Waves IR-1 simply is the best convolution reverb ever. The included room models are meticulously crafted. I urge you to research this for yourself. Discover how meticulously each of these environments was analyzed and what effort was put forth to not only capture these "images/impulses" but then to incorporate them into an interface that allows the end user to modify this "space" to accomodate their own functional use. Then add in the end-user option to create your own "impulse response" rooms, or to download other, either shared by peer users or created by Waves, "impulse responses" themselves! Well,... just think about the possibilties.
For now, there is no other choice. Period. If you have the funds to purchase the IR-1 alone or in a bundle, (recommended). Do yourself a favor and buy it, there is absolutely zero chance that you will be disappointed even if you aren't quite sure how to properly utilize some of the higher functions.
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L'avis de mooseherman (contenu en anglais)" Réaliste, réverbération flexible Plug-in"

Waves IR-1 Convolution Reverb
Ceci est un plug-in de réverbération pour qui vient dans le cadre du bundle Waves. Il s'agit d'une réverbération très flexible et transparente. Je n'avais aucun problème de compatibilité avec ce ou l'une des vagues les autres plug-ins, ce qui témoigne de leur facilité d'utilisation. Je n'ai pas vraiment besoin d'un manuel d'utilisation de ce plug-in, comme une approche pratique est la meilleure façon d'apprendre à l'utiliser. L'installation de ce plug-in a été simple et indolore, et c'est un assez facile de plug-in pour commencer à utiliser.


J'ai eu une grande performance de ce plug-in tout le temps. L'IR-1 est l'un des réverbérations plus flexible autour, et comme tel, il a beaucoup de paramètres, mais le son de base de la réverbération est aussi facilement ajustable. Il existe des paramètres de type qui peuvent être préchargés dans la salle de plug-in tels que plaques, et la réverbération ambiante, ce qui va émuler des environnements sonores différents. Il ya aussi des commandes pour ajuster la quantité de signal sec / humide, la taille, la résonance, et la densité. Il ya aussi un égaliseur réverbération ainsi que d'autres contrôles méticuleux.


Je pense que c'est probablement l'un des plus réverbération sonorité naturelle des plug-ins que j'ai utilisé. Lorsque je ne peux pas mettre en place des micros chambre sur un son de batterie, ou je ne suis pas d'enregistrement dans une salle très bruyante, je vais souvent l'utiliser pour donner à mes tambours un son plus puissant. J'aime aussi la plaque en utilisant les paramètres comme ils sont assez près d'une reverb à plaque réel, et un son exceptionnel pour les guitares et les voix (ainsi que de nombreux autres sons). Il ya vraiment beaucoup plus de contrôle avec cette réverb que la plupart des plug-ins qui viennent avec Pro Tools, et je dirais que c'est l'une des meilleures parties du faisceau Waves. Si vous avez juste besoin de la réverbération ça vaut faire par lui-même, mais je recommande fortement le Waves autres plug-ins aussi.
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L'avis de mooseherman (contenu en anglais)"Realistic, Flexible reverb Plug-in"

Waves IR-1 Convolution Reverb
This is a plug-in for reverb that comes as part of the Waves bundle. It is a very flexible and transparent reverb. I had no compatibility issues with this or any of the other Waves plug-ins, which is testament to their ease of use. I haven't really needed a manual to use this plug-in, as a hands-on approach is the best way to learn how to use it. The setup of this plug-in was simple and painless, and it's a pretty easy plug-in to start using.


I've had a great performance from this plug-in all the time. The IR-1 is one of the more flexible reverbs around, and as such, it's got a lot of parameters, however the basic sound of the reverb is also easily adjustable. There are type settings that can be preloaded into the plug-in such as hall, plate, and room reverb, which will emulate different sound environments. There are also controls to adjust the amount of dry/wet signal, size, resonance, and density. There's also a reverb EQ as well as other meticulous controls.


I think that this is probably one of the most natural-sounding reverb plug-ins that I've used. When I can't set up room mics on a drum sound, or I'm not recording in a very loud room, I'll often use this to give my drums a bigger sound. I also like using the plate settings as they are pretty close to a real plate reverb, and sound great for guitars and vocals (as well as many other sounds). There's really a lot more control with this reverb that most plug-ins that come with Pro Tools, and I'd say it's one of the best parts of the Waves bundle. If you just need the reverb it's worth getting by itself, but I highly recommend the other Waves plug-ins too.
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L'avis de moosers (contenu en anglais)

Waves IR-1 Convolution Reverb
The Waves IR-1 is a convolution reverb plug-in for native systems. It’s a great addition to any DAW looking for a very realistic sounding reverb that can wear a lot of different hats. You can buy this plug-in on it’s own, but for whatever reason it’s just available for native (LE) systems. It comes in a few plug-in bundles as well, but not all of the major ones include it – I think just the Mercury bundle has it of the larger bundles. The interface of the plug-in has a lot going on, so it’s going to take a little bit of use to get completely comfortable using it. I will say that it does give you all of the desired controls and more here. Included is the ability to choose from a variety of different presets, as well as settings for the reverb time, size, density, resonance, decorr, mix, EQ, and a number of other helpful controls. Most users are going to be able to figure out how to use it without the help of the manual.


The system that I’m running the Waves IR-1 is Pro Tools 9 on my home rig. I’m running it on a Mac Book Pro laptop that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM, while I run Pro Tools with a Digi 002R audio interface. I’m able to run this plug-in pretty smoothly, although I should say that I run it on an auxiliary channel always to save processing power anyway and would recommend doing the same. It’s hard to say how well it’s going to run on a less efficient system, but being it’s a native plug-in, I’d think most systems could handle it.


The Waves IR-1 is really a great sounding reverb plug-in. It’s not my favorite overall reverb plug-in, but I wouldn’t be surprised if some people preferred it to the rest. I personally use TL Space mostly, but I do use this plug-in a good amount as it provides you with more controls and has an overall great sound. It’s not the cheapest plug-in, but what can you expect being that it’s Waves and a heavy reverb plug-in. A great reverb plug-in is definitely a must have and you’ll get one in this…

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