TC Electronic Debuts Reverb TwentyFour

TC Electronic has unveiled its Reverb TwentyFour, characterized as a high-density 3D reverb in a 19-inch rack format that can reportedly tackle up to 24 channels simultaneously.
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Risskov, Denmark (July 13, 2017)—TC Electronic has unveiled Reverb TwentyFour, characterized as a high-density 3D reverb in a 19-inch rack format that can reportedly tackle up to 24 channels simultaneously.

All two-dozen reverb channels are independent, allowing users to process any mono or higher signal source to deliver content with as many output channels as necessary. As a result, the unit is intended for use handling high channel counts for installation purposes or cinema surround formats such as Dolby Atmos.

Reverb TwentyFour is equipped with MADI connections, and the unit’s audio routing lets users send any 24 of the 64 MADI channels to and from the reverb engines.

The reverb engines are built on TC Electronic's System 6000 Technology, and offer hundreds of parameters. Additionally, it can render down from high channel formats to external downmixes of 22, 11, 7 or 5 channels, stereo or even mono, reportedly without introducing phasing artifacts or altering the mix’s balance.

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