Category Archives: GPU Impulse Reverb VST
Recently, GPU Impulse Reverb became 10 years old. At that time, convolution reverbs were very CPU intensive and quickly CPUs of desktop PCs became the limiting factor in purely software based audio production. Since 2011, CPU performance has increased significantly … Continue reading
Version 1.11 of GPU Impulse Reverb VST has been released. This is a maintenance release that resolves an incompatibility with Intel Core i3/5/7 CPUs, resulting in “Error 29” issues when the Intel OpenCL driver was installed. GPU Impulse Reverb can … Continue reading
Version 1.09 of GPU Impulse Reverb VST has been released. This is a maintenance release that resolves some wav loading issues. For more info visit the Change Log page.
Version 1.08 of GPU Impulse Reverb VST is released. This is a maintenance release that resolves “Error 29” messages that occured on some ATI cards.
Version 1.07 of GPU Impulse Reverb VST is released. New features are the support of the FLAC file format for impulse responses. Additionally, a tooltip for the GPU usage meter now displays more information and some issues were resolved. For … Continue reading
Version 1.06 of GPU Impulse Reverb VST is released. The release fixes some issues that were discovered on some systems, mainly the startup crash that caused the plugin to fail running at all has now been fixed. Additionally, an issue … Continue reading
GPU Impulse Reverb VST 1.05 has been released which introduces the following changes / improvements: IMP: Equalizer is now applied to the Wet Signal only FIX: Fixed CPU spikes when using an ASIO blocksize that is not a power-of-two IMP: … Continue reading
I count many demo downloads, which is really nice! 🙂 It would be fine if some of you could provide some feedback, how it performs, which GPU you use and such things.
Version 1.04 of GPU Impulse Reverb VST has been released. It’s a maintenance release that addresses some issues that occured in Ableton Live.
Since version 1.03, GPU Impulse Reverb VST now supports True Stereo processing, meaning that there is one stereo impulse response for every incoming channel. If a 4-channel wav file is now loaded, the plugin switches to True Stereo processing automatically. … Continue reading