As personal users and fans of Resident Advisor’s website we were thrilled to see a review of REV pop up on the site. Here’s a short excerpt from the review:
Of the presets, some of my favourites are actually the simple reverse instruments (piano, Rhodes, acoustic guitar, etc.). But as you can imagine, REV is also a treasure trove, with sounds ranging from lush (Happy Ending) to aggressive (Raptors) and much in between. There are also plenty of one shots and effects. As I’ve said already, the overriding feel is ambient and ethereal, but dig deep and you’ll find all sorts of inspiring stuff in there. Having seen the Forward mode in the Instrument presets, I would certainly like to see this for the Risers, too. But aside from this gripe, REV gets a thumbs-up. Often the key to getting an instrument right is having a great concept. Output Sounds have done that and finessed the idea into an easy-to-use and fantastically creative instrument.
Head over to Resident Advisor’s website to read the full review HERE
If you don’t own a copy of REV yet, you can check it out here.
REV is a revolution in software instruments, dedicated to flipping your perception of audio in reverse.
More than your standard DAW reverse function, REV is a four-part instrument packed with a world of sound based entirely on reverse elements for producers, composers, artists, DJs and sound designers. Each of the 4 parts of REV have their own unique sound engine loaded with over 14GB of content including synths, real instruments, multilayered organic pads, loops, rises, pulses, swells, stutters and more.