Remix Magazine Says “CSR Stands Up The Very Best Digital Reverbs”
Remix Magazine's June 2006 Issue featured CSR in the Tech Sector, with a review on CSR's function and sound quality. Here are some quotes from the One-Shot Review of IK's Classik Studio Reverb:
"A very cool macro control lets you assign upwards of eight parameters across four sliders (or you can stack all eight onto one slider) allowing for some wild morphing between vastly different reverb settings in real time, or automated in a DAW."
"Plate delivers an authentic warm reverb that is slightly metallic in character-like the original EMT 140- and is exceptional on vocals and drums."
"Room and Hall are thick and full, with reverb tails that can last for four minutes- perfect for creating epic pads."
"Inverse has some very nice [typical of a hardware unit] reverse tape-breathing drum presets."
"The numerous parameters and macros allow you to spin and turn beats, guitars, synth lines or vocals inside out in really cool ways."
"Impulse response reverbs are hot, but algorithm-based processors like CSR use only a fraction of the CPU power, comparatively, CSR stands up to the sound quality of high-end plug-ins costing twice as much and delivers a distinctive vintage sound true to the very best digital reverbs of the 80's and 90's."
You can also check out this review from Musicplayers.com: