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Native Instruments' synth and sampler plugins may be better known than its effects, but more recently the company's been making a determined push into the realm of classic EQ and dynamics plugins that fall distinctly into the 'vintage emulation' category.
Running with this narrative is the Reverb Classics bundle, which consists of the enigmatically-named RC 24 (described as a 'Character Studio Hall') and the RC 48 (described as a 'Royal Studio Hall').
Despite the descriptions, they both consist of more than just plain Hall reverb algorithms, and have clearly been modelled around the classic Lexicon digital reverb sound of the Model 224 (from 1978) and the 480L (from the mid '80s).
It's a good value bundle, with the most flexible reverb being the RC 48 - which is in essence a series of customisable 'early reflections'. With straightforward editing and a great sound, these plugins offer a wide range of possible treatments.45 Stars