“This is a reverb device that works with impulse-responses. Impulse-responses are generated by recording short broadband signals and their corresponding room-reflections. What you get contains the information needed to reproduce the same room with other signals.
Due to technical reasons SIR1 works with a fixed latency of 8960 samples that is compensated for by the VST-host. SIR2 has a zero latency mode .
Sir is a stereo plugin. To take full advantage of stereo impulses for mono signals, you must first convert the track to stereo. You can download impulse-responses here at www.echochamber.ch. There is a great and extensive collection there. It’s important though to cut out the initial signal at the beginning of the file (which normally has already been done for you).
- Windows VST-Plugin
- works with a fixed latency of 8960 samples (possibly compensated by VST-Host).
- you can adjust predelay, attack-time, length and stereo width of the impulse response
- Stretch (up & down sampling of impulse response)
- FFT EQ (to adjust the frequency spectrum of the impulse-response)
- Auto Gain (automatic volume compensation)
- Dynamic CPU Consumption (use only the CPU power that is needed to get the result)”
Source : SIR
you, maker of the these videos … dude you reallllllly ought to play the dry version first, then the version with the effect. Utter logic.