The meticulously sampled and reproduced damper control ensures that you will have the smooth and natural dampening effect you would have with the hardware, and lush stereo reverb for days.
As with all the reverbs I’ve created in the past couple of years, this one is more complex by design compared to typical Nebula reverbs (having a sampled control inside a reverb instantly makes everything more complex), so you’re going to want a fairly recent CPU and decent amount of RAM to get the best out of these programs. Using a 64-bit DAW and Nebula plug-in is also recommended.
There is also a bonus reverb which used a sampling process I came up with that I usually refer to as ‘bionic’. The sampling tones are ran through the hardware at faster and slower speeds than normal, giving higher and lower pitched frequency responses than normal, and also faster and slower reverb reactions. 3 different speeds were used to create these 3 alternate ‘what if’ reverbs and they are all contained inside one program, allowing you to select whichever one you want without having to load another program to hear the next one. Try these out if you ever want something a little different from the main program!