Universal Audio | UAFX HEAVENLY | Based on '50s EMT 140 Plate Reverb
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1:1 Recreation of Classic EMT 140 Plate Reverb*
- Most accurate EMT 140 plate reverb* algorithm ever created
- 3 different plate emulations
A - Vintage Bright
B - Vintage Dark
C - Modern Full
- 1:1 recreation with classic EMT 140 controls for: Pre Delay, EQ and additional Modulation
- True Bypass / Buffered Bypass
- Analog Dry Through
The perfect recreation of classic '50s studio plate reverbs.
Born out of the award-winning Golden Reverberator, Heavenly Plate Reverb gives you the haunting ambience of the classic 1950’s studio plates heard on countless hit records, in a compact stompbox.
Grace your Pedalboard with Legendary Plate Reverbs
Built upon the award-winning algorithms found in our flagship Golden Reverberator, Heavenly gives you the rich, immersive textures of 1950’s German-made studio plate reverbs, with an authentic haunting and moody sound that outclasses other "plate effect" pedals.
Add Three Uniquely Voiced Plate Effects
Use Vintage Bright, Vintage Dark, and Modern Full settings for a rainbow of classic plate reverb sounds. Quickly get perfect shimmer, tonality, and dimension with simple Pre-delay, EQ, Mod, and Rate controls.
A Compact Stompbox Built for the Ages
Heavenly is ruggedly constructed for years of solid use onstage and in the studio, with switchable true/trails bypass, and analog dry through, for divine-sounding plate effects to last a lifetime.
- Authentic emulations of three vintage studio plate reverbs used on countless classic albums
- Selectable Vintage Bright, Vintage Dark, and Modern Full plate settings for endless reverb textures
- Mod, Pre-delay, EQ, and slow/fast Rate controls for simple effect sculpting
- True/trails bypass, Pre-delay, analog dry through
- Power requirements: Isolated 9VDC, centre-negative, 250mA minimum (sold separately)
- Inputs: 1 x 1/4” TS unbalanced
- Outputs: 1 x 1/4” TS unbalanced
- USB Type-C for updates via computer
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