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Ben Schulz JP-ME-1 Reverb x64 x86 STANDALONE VST AU AAX WiN MAC [FREE] screenshot
x64 x86 STANDALONE VST AU AAX WiN MAC
80ies DIGITAL REVERB
JP-ME-1 emulates a famous 1980ies digital reverb made by a well know japanese manufacturer. It features twelve iconic sounds that can be recalled with only six buttons. JP-ME-1 is available as VST/AU/AAX and Standalone for Win and Mac.

ACOUSTIC TIME MACHINE
JP-ME-1 faithfully re-creates the sound of DIGITAL REVERBS of the late eighties and early nineties. The sound of the twelve bit audio processing unit works beautifully on FM-Keyboards, drums (GATE!) and vocals. If you're looking for authentic sound from that time the reverb is one of the most important ingredients.





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  Resident 5.12.2012 769 17322
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  Resident 30.12.2017 1001
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As far as I am aware you need to authorize this after install. Is this k'd? Doesn't seem to come with a serial or anything.
  Resident 7.11.2014 11 507
+1024
I agree you need to register on ben schulz site. No serial here
We are a lot in my head, but it's me the boss.
  Resident 30.12.2017 1001
+407
Yeah. Also this is still Beta as far as I'm aware. The deal was, you can download it for free during Beta and keep your license.
  Resident 7.11.2014 11 507
+1024
This is cool, I have tested it nd I have adopted it =) like it
We are a lot in my head, but it's me the boss.
  Resident 30.12.2017 1001
+407
Nice, good to know. Will give it a try.
  Resident 19.09.2008 6 276
+184
requires registration and online activation
I'm a firestarter, twisted firestarter
  Member 8.08.2019 1 64
+39
And you need to be online for registration... overall huge disappointment, it seemed like a nice reverb...
  Member 18.08.2019 101
+23
I was going to give this a try but the online registration changed my mind. Do I really need another Reverb when there are hundreds, if not thousands of them out there. I have to stop searching for the Holy Grail, and instead try tweaking the settings more on the ones I already have.

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