EastWest Spaces II is a 24-bit, true stereo convolution reverb plug-in. It comes with 1020 reverbs recorded in spectacular locations worldwide from stunning concert venues: from Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City, Reynolds Hall in Las Vegas, and the War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco, to exquisite-sounding churches like St. Patrick's and St. Dominic's, to unique and extraordinary sounding locations like catacombs and Union Station in Los Angeles, and many more. Also included is a collection of 372 instrument-specific reverbs plus all the reverbs from Space I. Space II's high-resolution, convolution engine delivers realistic spaces at a very low CPU load, allowing engineers and sound designers to place their instruments in the precise acoustic environments of their choice.
Producers Doug Rogers and Nick Phoenix employed the best gear from Fairchild, Manley, Meitner, Neumann, Neve, Sennheiser, Sony, Telefunken, and TG to meticulously capture the impulse response library. ATC monitors were used in each space to emulate the real-world sound projection properties of various instruments. Most impulses are in 8-channel format, so surround mixes can be created.
The instrument-specific reverbs are designed to take the guesswork out of instrument reverb selection. Recorded in six locations, they were captured in the exact position an instrument would be on stage to closely emulate the sound-projection patterns of the instrument. You can create a mixing template with unique reverb settings for the strings, brass, winds, percussion, and choir and hear the instruments as they would sound playing together in the same space.