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TC Electronic VSS3 Native v1.0.0-R2R screenshot
DATE : 2017.01.14 | NUMBER : R2R-5653 | SiZE : 8.27 MB
PLATFORM : WiN32/64 - VST/VST3/AAX(MODiFiED)

VSS3 is the most professional tool of its kind, the Stereo Source Reverb behind tens of thousands of films, TV shows, albums and unforgettable tracks.

The Sound You Want

VSS3 Native is the most realistic and versatile reverb ever made for your DAW. With a wealth of possibilities to adjust, it will deliver the precise sound you need.

Choose a preset for quick and no-fuss reverb delight - or move in depth to take full control of the early reflections, body and tail of your reverb.

We call it "crazy tweak-ability".

VSS3 Native - Main Features

- Stereo source reverb - ported from the System 6000 hardware series
- Maximum ambience, yet full mono compatibility
- Exceptionally wide dynamic range
- Available as a plug-in for all major DAWs
- Source specific early reflections for character and localization
- Focus Fields for easy tweaking and navigation
- Based on 1000s of hours of fine-tuning and trimming
- Great results - with or without modulation
- Seamlessly import VSS3 presets from System 6000



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* No iLok driver is required to run.
* Our release uses less memory and loads faster than original.

Happy Valentine's Day!
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comments

  Member 11.02.2015 55
+16
Very Very Nice share !!!!
  Resident 7.08.2015 1 74
+62
Thänx alot R2R and funtime for this great Valentines gift.
  Resident 30.01.2014 711
+76
Awesome!! Thank you, R2R!!!
  Resident 17.10.2008 216
+20
was expecting this one, thanks a lot!

shits only 8mb ? ... musbe a joke or a placebo (because its TC system 6000 wow this and wow that.. blahblah)
  Resident 15.09.2011 1782
+491
You shouldn't measure the quality of a plugin in megabytes. Many plugins consist of 95% graphic files anyway, and the rest is DSP, and some contain IRs and that's why they're big. Many plugins of professional quality that I use are actually up to around 2MB... unless they contain too much graphics and IRs.
"The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal." - Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
  Member 27.06.2015 2
0
Could you share the name of some of these plugins with us?
  Member 16.11.2013 205
+69
All UAD plugins for instance. Lightweight and Pro.
  Member 17.01.2016 17
+6
I totally agree with sinewave, that one can't measure quality by bytes used.
In the 80s programs tended to have less than a megabyte of ram footprint because a lot of computers didn't even have more than 16 MB. As a coder you needed to be careful with the amount of ram your prog used, otherwise it would render the PC unusable (ram cacheing).
Given the fact, computers got more and more ram, coders began get sloppy with it. More overhead, more reusable (not optimized) code, more graphics and so on made the size of the code getting bigger and bigger without giving back the same amount in performance gain.
(for me, the worst example is Adove CS2015: more than 30 Gig and no HiDPi? Are you kidding Adobe!?)

I'm not sure, UAD is the right example. UAD plugins need UAD hardware, and you can't know, what amount of program code is possible to outsource to the hardware.
  Resident 16.03.2014 1 763
+200
Ah the 80s... it was a time where having 128 KB of RAM was already considered a luxury (cf the first Macs and Atari ST...).
  Member 25.02.2016 2
0
YEAAHHH! Atari ST with build in MIDI In/Out and Cubase running. Remember the monochrome GUIs were you could count every pixel. But really tight MIDI. We had an Ensonic ASR 10 Sampler. I didn't remember the RAM Size, but today it seems like a joke. We spend 150 $ for doubling RAM from 2 to 4 MB at that time..
wE aRE nOT dROPPING oUT. wE aRE iNFILTRATING aND tAKING oVER...
  Member 25.02.2016 2
0
16 MB RAM in the 80s...?????? That would have been a pleasure.
The Commodore C64 had 64 KB -> KILOBYTE, The Sinclair and C16 only 16KB. Then Amiga released their first machines with 3,5" Flopyy (the Commodore only had a 5,25" Floppy, fragile wobbly diskettes - but much better than the datasette which stored the 1s and 0s on a compact cassette, waiting up to 15 minutes until the code was in the RAM. I guess you can write the code faster by hand with a pencil). These Amiga 500s came with half a Megabyte RAM and were upgradable to the magic ONE MEGABYTE. For quite a lot of money. A few years later the 286, 386, 486 PC models running Windows followed. But that happened mid 90s. The Amiga 500 was produced between 1987 and 1991.
wE aRE nOT dROPPING oUT. wE aRE iNFILTRATING aND tAKING oVER...
  Resident 15.09.2011 1782
+491
Off the top of my head - Toneboosters plugins. All TC Electronic plugins. Waves Renaissance, SSL, API, V-series plugins. Sonnox, Duende, Eventide, Valhalla plugins. These are all very high quality plugins that don't need 10MB of graphics to work, and they're also easy to use.
"The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal." - Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
  Member 2.03.2014 16
+4
This is a funny comment when you actually take into consideration that the software that landed humanity on the moon was actually a few kilobytes...

I am not sure if this is super accurate since I don't have time to cross check and verify but: "In order to store your software, the computer doesn't have a disk drive, only 74 kilobytes of memory that has been literally hard-wired, and all of 4 Kb of something that is sort of like RAM." (source: http://www.abc.net.au/science/moon/computer.htm)

So yeah, SIZE DOESN'T MATTER AT ALL (only in the software world )
  Resident 24.10.2011 5 712
+250
Welcome in the real world ;)
TC, Eventide and more are making big bucks for years with VERY small algos.
Power is in the algo. And it can be as small than some Kb only.

Like a powerful sentence.¨

The first time i heard a good TC reverb on cymbals and brass it was a revelation : grainy sparkles, shinning all over the stereo field.
Same with Eventide amazing pitch shifted delays. The best ever, to me.
  Resident 16.03.2014 1 763
+200
Don't need it but thanks anyway.
And this thing is about 200 bucks...
  Resident 17.01.2012 199
+56
Oh yes! Back in my PowerCore days this was the most expensive TC plugin I had. Sounded absolutely lovely on everything. Let's hope algorithm hasn't changed.

Many many thanks to R2R for bringing it out to us and thanks funtime for the share!
  Resident 16.03.2014 1 763
+200
Out of curiosity, can you share with us how this plugin compare to your original hardware unit?
  Resident 17.01.2012 199
+56
Just compared it against old projects with PowerCore VSS3 and yes, sounds the same. Looks like algo hasn't changed
  Member 6.10.2015 4
+1
What a great Valentine's gift. Thanks R2R
  Resident 20.07.2013 8 1346
+847
Great job indeed, fine plug to test.
BTW, 1.0.3 update already out
Many thanks guys
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  Member 20.05.2014 52
0
I'm really sorry to ask but even after reading "ilok state of the art" I don't get it: is it possible to crack this kind of plugin on a mac ? is it just a matter of will ? thank you
  Member 14.12.2014 45
+9
Ok. Cool. Right when my powercore system (32 bit) is not supported by Cubase any more :)
  Member 20.09.2012 197
+25
Thanks so much R2R and Funtime
  Resident 6.10.2012 195
+28
Something is bad with this plugin, or bad crack or plugin itself.
- after loading into Reaper CPU usage goes into hell (about 70%)
- when you play something on that channel, CPU is nearly 1%
- when sound stops, CPU again raises to 70%

Tried with VST and VST3 as well, same result.
(Windows 10 x64)
  Resident 10.09.2012 5 42
+42
Version 1.0.2.177 solves this problem.....
Hope that R2R wil release the updates. Would be very nice!!
  Member 11.09.2015 7 301
+373
Same Here In Ableton Live 9.7.1 , Cpu Spikes All The Time
  Resident 28.09.2015 73
+12
Try to insert a dithering plugin just BEFORE the reverb. It should solve the problem.
  Member 11.09.2015 7 301
+373
Something Like "IDR360" By Waves?
Had No Idea!
  Resident 28.09.2015 73
+12
Some (badly written) plugins go crazy when there is silence at input (e.g. Bias AMP). Some workaround is to put a dithering plugin before, as the shaped noise won't affect the usable signal, but it will "fool" the plugin and make it work as expected.
  Member 11.09.2015 7 301
+373
Thanks "NiK-K" Your Trick Works Well And Cpu Issue Gone As Well .
Dithering In 24 Bit Doesn't Do The Trick , Had to Switch To 16 Bit And , Also A Little Noisy Rumble Appears In Upper Freq's Around 17Khz

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