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IR360 Convolution Reverb

Surround convolution reverb for spatial emulation
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Create a Realistic Space for Immersive Audio


With the increasing popularity of immersive audio, creating a realistic, believable space has never been more crucial. The IR360, based on the IR1’s acclaimed convolution reverb engine, delivers over 2,000 “you-are-there” 5.1 surround environments—from stairwell, to opera house, to arena.

You can even reproduce a specific environment’s sound in post-production, so that it matches your field recordings—capture an impulse of the acoustic environment, then load it into the IR360.

  • Multiple editable parameters provide sonic flexibility
  • 4.8 GB library of impulses, with over 2,000 acoustic spaces
  • Shorten, extend, and modify the reverb’s “tail”
  • All impulses were recorded with premium field-recording gear
  • Import third-party impulses or WAV files
  • Includes instructions on how to create your own impulses

Create with Convolution, Then Stimulate for Surround

  • The Convolution Difference

    Algorithmic reverbs can sound beautiful, just like an oil painting or watercolor can look beautiful. But convolution reverb is more like taking a photograph of a space—which is why convolution reverb rules for realism.

    Features: Glue Mixes without “Squashing”
  • Sound Design? Sure!

    The IR360 isn’t only about realism. The unusually flexible editing options allow warping natural spaces into anything—from physical spaces that exist only in the imagination, to alien soundscapes.

  • Bring World-Famous Venues to Your Session

    Maybe you want the sound of Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. Or Wembley Stadium. Or the Royal Festival Concert Hall. Or the Apollo Theater. You’re covered.

    Features: Fast and Efficient Operation
  • Over 2,000 Spaces

    Within the spaces, it’s often possible to change the sonic perspective. The meticulously recorded impulses of acoustic spaces may include different seating positions and microphone polar patterns.

    Features: From Vocals to “The Ringo Drum Sound”
  • Clever Customization

    Trim the impulse start for an instant attack, or the end for a shorter reverb. Shape the decay however you want. Control gain and predelay parameters individually for the early reflections and reverb tail.

    Features: Multiple Modes Fit Different Material