Another REV review just came in today. This one from Score Cast Online. If you haven’t bought REV yet and you’re looking for a second opinion, go and read Guy Rowland’s full review over at scorecastonline.com
Kudos to Output for knocking their debut release way, way out of the park. Admittedly I’ve only scratched the surface of the huge treasure trove it contains, but honestly there’s nothing I can find fault with. Nothing. The library is vast, top quality, diverse, inspiring, usable and tweakable. Often you find yourself waiting for a 1.1 of the library to get the gremlins ironed out or expand on the range of options – in this case I find myself realizing that 1.0 just works brilliantly and instead I take to wondering how on earth they can top it for whatever they library release next.
–Guy Rowland scorecastonline.com
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.