The AMS RMX16 was the world’s first microprocessor controlled, full bandwidth, digital reverb. From U2 and Peter Gabriel to Radiohead and Rihanna, the unique and lush reverb programs of the RMX16 are instantly recognizable. Heard on hundreds — if not thousands — of seminal recordings from the 1980s to today, the AMS RMX16 hardware is still found in nearly every major recording studio the world over.
In developing the UAD plugin version of this landmark processor, Crabtree dusted off his original schematics for the hardware unit, yielding an exact instruction for instruction model of each of the original algorithms in the hardware.
Now, owners of the Apollo audio interface and UAD2 DSP Accelerator hardware can record and mix with an exacting digital emulation of this unique, lush sounding, reverb.
“Only a full and faithful implementation of the RMX16 would satisfy me,” said Mark Crabtree. “I’m excited to have the RMX16 on the UAD2 platform. I have spent nearly as long designing the plugin as I did on designing the original unit from scratch!”
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