The legendary Two Echo Chamber from the Abbey Road Studios London has been recreated by Waves developers in a new reverb plugin for PC & Mac.
Waves Audio has released today a recreation of the iconic and best-known Two Echo Chamber from the Abbey Road Studio London. The plugin has been created in close collaboration with ARS.
It features Abbey Road’s innovative S.T.E.E.D steup that allows to create a wide range of different sounds from natural reverbs, delays to hybrid effects.
Abbey Road Chambers also gives you an additional set of the original filters going into the chamber – EMI’s RS106 hi/low pass filter and the EMI RS127 Presence EQ – to further sculpt the perfect chamber sound. Also featured is a complete recreation of Abbey Road Studios’ original S.T.E.E.D. (Send. Tape. Echo. Echo. Delay.) setup – a system designed to extend the chamber’s natural sonic palette into new territories, by splitting the signal and creating a feedback loop from the studio’s REDD console, through a dedicated tape delay, via RS106 and RS127 filters, and then to the chamber and back.
As a bonus, the plugin also includes two additional legendary spaces: Abbey Road’s famed Mirror Room, and the Stone Room from Olympic Studios, London.
- True-to-life capture of Abbey Road’s legendary Studio Two echo chamber.
- Created in collaboration with Abbey Road Studios.
- Shape effects from natural chamber reverb, to authentic tape delay, to complex hybrid effects.
- Complete modeling of Abbey Road’s original S.T.E.E.D. setup.
- Dedicated EMI RS106 and EMI RS127 EQs to further sculpt the chamber effect.
- Your choice of additional spaces: Abbey Road’s Mirror Room and Olympic Studios’ Stone Room.
- Choose classic or modern speakers, including Abbey Road’s original Altec 605.
- Choose vintage or modern microphones, including Abbey Road’s original Neumann KM53.
- Variable mic and speaker positions.
The Abbey Road Chambers plugin is available now for the intro price of $29 USD (regular $199 USD). Use the code YNY23 at checkout to get additional 10% OFF on the final price.
More information here: Waves