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The Quantum 2772 Evolution is a true algorithmic stereo reverb, inspired by the legendary German room simulator algorithm and offered here for the first time in plugin format.

The Quantum 2772 Evolution reverb algorithm is fundamentally different from other reverb simulators, offering unsurpassed realism and depth.

There are three principles that make the Quantum 2772 Evolution uniquely different than the vast majority of other reverb processors:

1) Accurately modeled resonances of a space. Reverb simulators commonly use “ray tracing” within the time domain to attempt to provide the aural cues necessary for size, depth, and other factors. The Quantum 2772 Evolution takes a different approach by modeling the resonant modes and modal densities of a real room. By modeling the modal density patterns and distribution of resonances throughout a room, the listener is provided with psychoacoustical cues that help to create a true sense of space and depth.

2) Unique, non-linear dynamic envelope. Most reverbs respond in a linearly static way to sound impulse stimuli, resulting in a rather predictable and two-dimensional sound. Because of its system of related, interconnected resonators, the Quantum 2772 Evolution is able to create a much more realistic envelope of sound in the attack phase by creating a non-linear system which models the complex resistance and inertia characteristics of a real room. As a result, a certain clarity of sound is achieved as shorter, softer sounds are left unclouded, while longer sounds gradually build into realistic, complex tails.

3) Clear, un-modulated reverb. Most reverb simulators rely on modulation to avoid a buildup of harsh resonances within the soundfield which often results in unnatural time and pitch fluctuations. Because the Quantum 2772 Evolution embraces the natural interaction and build-up of well-coordinated resonances, it does not need to rely on any form of modulation, offering a degree of clarity, naturalness and pitch-stability not typically found in other reverbs.

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  Resident 2.02.2014 1 2562
According to gearspace and audio demos, this v2 upgrade is very close to hardware, almost identical. This might be used alongside v1, this won't replace old version
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3813
Quantec, huh? Interesting. The hardware sounds really nice. Let's check the software version. Never heard of Savant Audio. 9.6MB VST+AAX is a good start!
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  Resident 4.05.2011 993
The software sounds to me flucking amazing. It chewed up my old i7 3770 and spit it out for fun, but if it doesn't do the same (prolly not, at least I hope not) on my new beast of a machine it will be an instantaneous buy as my favorite verb for voice and acoustic instruments.
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  Member 21.03.2023 49
And what machine might that be?
  Resident 4.05.2011 993
Intel Core i7-13700K debloated with 64 gigs of RAM should do it...I hope.
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  Member 21.03.2023 49
Hmm could be ok. I've tried i5 and i7 If the project is fairly big and you throw in this guy the CPU goes absolutely bananas
  Resident 27.05.2022 37 590
It's an amazing reverb, but she hogs the CPU resources that's for sure
  Member 16.05.2023 153
Doesnt seem to be an issue on my M1
  Member 2.08.2022 34
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  Moderator 21.01.2012 2367 16087
quote by BarncoreIt's an amazing reverb, but she hogs the CPU resources that's for sure

What's you PC specs? If you dont tell, your comment does not make sense...
  Member 16.04.2015 21 283
Interestingly, someone compared it to Seventh.Heaven?
  Member 1.03.2014 467
I own every plugin reverb out there. Quantum 2772 smokes 99% of reverbs out there. Brilliant coding, Sounds like hardware. Worth every penny.
  Member 21.03.2023 49
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  Resident 8.10.2017 48
LMFAO! wtf are you talking about? There's a post on their own website with the M7 destroying this garbage lol
  Member 27.08.2019 101
I'm there with you. Great sounding plugin. What hardware is actually Quantum 2772 is emulating?
  Resident 29.11.2020 29 2660
It was based on the Quantec Yardstick 2402/F Room Simulator, 90s generation of the famous original 1982 Quantec Room Simulator. The reverb algo is pretty much the same.

when making this plugin the exact hardware unit the developer was referring to was the 90s Yardstick models.

How does the Quantum 2772 Evolution plug-in differ from the original hardware 1980s German room simulator?

The underlying sound of the algorithm of the original 1980s German room simulator remains largely unchanged. The principle difference between the original hardware and subsequent generations is due to its operating sample rate of 20,000 Hz, and to a lesser extent, its AD/DA converters and analogue components. As subsequent generations used higher sample rates, the resonant modes of the room were gradually shifted higher. The original 1980s hardware offered different room sizes, while the 1990s hardware (and Quantum 2772 Evolution) are fixed at a single room size.
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  Member 27.04.2022 2 78
2772 also comes close to Bricasti M7:
  Resident 9.12.2015 4 423
the best native reverb I have ever heard is: ArtsAcoustic Reverb
  Member 21.03.2023 49
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  Resident 2.02.2014 1 2562
  Member 1.09.2013 453
Nice Reverb
  Member 5.06.2013 3 204
Amazed by the sound of this reverb! There was some stuff that didn't sound very convincing to me on the first version but the second version seems to handle it slightly better. TY!
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  Resident 29.11.2020 29 2660
CPU Usage pretty high, here's how it stands in term of CPU usage among other great sounding CPU eater algorithmic reverb plugins at 48kHz, 64BufferSize

- Kush Goldplate - 20%
- Quantum 2772 - 16%
- Zynaptic Adaptiverb - 13% (plus tons of latency)
- Tc Electronic VSS4 HD - 12% (weirdly enough VSS3 only needs 2%)
- Korneff Audio Micro Digital Reveberator - 12%
- Arturia REV Spring-636 - 11%
- Voxengo Sobor - 10%
- Izotope Neoverb - 9%
- Arturia REV LX-24 - 9%

These plugins aren't design for zero-latency production, but should be okay when used during mixing with high buffer size setting.


If you can access the Non-UI version of the plugins. There are like some hidden controls underneath it.

1. Samplerate - it's a feature that the dev thinking of removing. One that has to do with the Analog/Digital label on the left side of the plugin, it used to be a switch there, the dev removed it but the feature is still in the background. It does stuff, according to the developer :

We do still have a few things to clean up, but Samplerate and Analog/Digital are hiding beneath the surface in case we would like to add certain functionality in future updates. It is easier to leave a placeholder for them now, than potentially add them freshly in the future (this has to do with how hosts report the ordering of parameter IDs) and every DAW is a little different.
The overall sound of the hardware (mostly filters) is different at different sample rates. To avoid confusion, the plugin automatically runs the 44.1 algo at session multiples of 44.1, and 48 algo at multiples of 48. This has nothing to do with resolution of processing (e.g. you are getting full 192 samplerate when running at 192), but the sonic character of the algos. In the future we might give users the control over samplerate "flavor," but for now it is hidden. You can experiment with these for fun, but I do not necessarily recommend it, due to filter instability at mismatched samplerates.

2. Verbswitch - change the GUI to Quantum 1982 (80's QRS Inspired). The preset in V1 changes the GUI sometimes if you pick certain preset that was based on the 80s model.

3. Fill, Kill, Verbswitch, Resize - I don't know what they do.
It makes no sense to say you’re not good at it. It’s like saying, “I’m not good at being a monk.” You are either living as a monk or you’re not.
  Member 2.11.2018 348
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  Member 17.01.2014 86
any chance of a re-up please?
  Member 14.07.2023 1
links are not working, can you re-up please
  Member 31.12.2011 1 10
please re-up!!!

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