Review: NUGEN Audio Paragon ST Review by KVR
KVR Audio took a look at NUGEN Audio Paragon ST, the stereo version of NUGEN’s flagship surround reverb. It doesn’t have all the features of it’s big brother Paragon, but does it do the job without the normal pitfalls of a convolution reverb? Click the link below to read the review and find out.
Here’s an excerpt from the review:
Paragon ST excels at what you would expect a convolution reverb to excel at, namely accurately portraying a physical space. The presets covering small ambiences and spaces such as car interiors and such are particularly useful as they are typically hard to achieve with the use of algorithmic reverbs. It can however be pushed into completely new sound design territory given the amount of control you have over the IRs.
Boundless reverb in stereo
Paragon ST is a true convolution reverb with the flexibility and control of a classic algorithmic reverb. We’ve used the same reverb technology as the original Paragon and packed it full of new controls for music producers, including modulation, stereo width and more.
Via re-synthesis, Paragon ST offers full control of the decay, room size and brightness of reverbs modelled on recordings of real spaces. There’s no time-stretching, which means no artefacts.
Say hello to your new favorite reverb.
Posted by Kim Sternisha