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Great guitar amp modeling in a convenient plug-in format.
Peavey ReValver MK III is state-of-the-art virtual guitar amplifier modeling software that truly captures the sonic nature of vacuum tube amps. You get 15 tube amplifiers, 12 pre-amps, 9 power amps, more than 150 speaker simulations, 19 legendary stompboxes, and 11 classic effects to choose from. You can use ReValver MK III to blend 100's of combinations to create your own signature tones.
Every tube in every amplifier and preamp can be tweaked or replaced with any one of 17 included tube types. ReValver even lets you modify power amp rectifiers, output transformers, and tone stacks. This gives you unprecedented access to the engine that drives the virtual amplifier.
Note:The RTAS release of ReValver MKIII is now available as a free download for licensed users of this acclaimed virtual amplifier software at http://www.peavey.com/products/revalver/
Extensive Guitar Amp, Preamp, and Power Amp Modeling
Peavey Revalver Mk III models 15 of the world's most popular guitar amplifiers, including models of Peavey 6505, JSX, Classic, ValveKing, and Triple XXX amps, through an exclusive algorithm that analyzes the interactions of the components on the circuit level based on the amps' original schematics. By controlling these amplifier models from the component level, Revalver is able to model every nuance with amazing accuracy.
Revalver also boasts 12 preamplifier models, 9 power amplifier models, 150 speaker simulations, and 20 microphone configurations, allowing the user to mix and match components to create a truly personalized custom tone.
Unlocking ReValver's groundbreaking customization tools is also easy. By right-clicking on an amp model, users can "go inside" and adjust the amp's tones and components on the Tweak Module GUI. Every tube in every amplifier can be tweaked or replaced with any one of 17 included tube types. ReValver even lets you modify power amp rectifiers, output transformers and tone stacks.
For over 15 years, the 6505 has been the super-high gain amp for hardcore rock players worldwide. Featuring 5 - 12AX7 preamp tubes, 4 - 6L6GC power amp tubes, and Patented Resonance and Presence controls, the 6505 is the sound of rock and metal.
The big brother of the 6505 boasts 6 - 12AX7 preamp tubes for additional bite.
With unprecedented versatility, the JSX offers the widest range of EQ options and gain structures. This 3 channel amp delivers sounds ranging from the Classic 50 to vintage British to the modern Triple XXX and all tones in between.
Three all-tube channels of unrelenting sustain, gain, and power makes the XXX the ULTIMATE tone machine. As hot as the name implies, the XXX rips.
Boutique features such as the patented Texture control take this amp from Class A/B saturation to vintage Class A tones, allowing guitarists to coax virtually any tone from this amplifier
Revered by guitarists of all genres worldwide for two decades, this amp delivers tone that is as classic as it's name.
Modeled after a British amp built with both valve and solid state components. It has only 1 channel but the two gain knobs controls the gain at two stages in the preamp. This is the sound of classic rock.
Modeled after the "treadplate" rectified amp which contributed to the sound of modern heavy rock. This amp has 5 modes, Normal/Clean/Modern/Red/Vintage, each with different frequency characteristics and gain.
Loosely based on a 1962 British classic. This amp has 2 channels, a normal and a tremolo channel.
Based on a widely revered amplifier that defined the sound of the British Invasion, it's distinct tone is still as sought after today as it was then.
With one channel for guitar and one for bass, this amp has a lot of bottom. As the real thing, it does not provide much distortion but it is usually played "cleanish". The guitar and bass channels have different gain and tone stacks. The bass channel even has a "Deep" switch, shifting the frequency response of the Bass knob. On the guitar channel, the Bright switch gives you a brighter sound on lower gain.
The MatchBox is designed to provide clean to overdriven amplification with a minimum of clipping. It has as many as 4 gain stages with considerable attenuation between stages. It has a power amp in a push-pull configuration but no negative feedback (NFB). The sound is fitting for both guitar and for bass. This amp is using a very special tube configuration which gives you an extra bright sound.
This amp contains preamp 3 chains in parallel which are fed into one power amp. The 3 channels can be mixed individually with the "blend" knobs.The three types are Clean/Diode/Triode. The second part of the amp consists of 1 triode tube and a push-pull pair of pentodes.
The HomeBrew SE-1 is a low watt single ended amp with two channels. For a low watt circuit it has as many as 3 triode stages for gain. The amp has 2 channels, Clean/Dist.
The HomeBrew PP-2 is a low watt push-pull amp with two channels and Britishtone stack.
Effects, Stompboxes, and Utility Functions
Peavey Revalver Mk III features a robust selection of 30 stomp-box and effects including various types of chorus, distortion, wah, tremolo, compression, limiter, delay, octaver, and much more. An FFT-based convolution reverb allows for very complex and smooth reverbs, including sampled spring reverb. Revalver also boasts 7 Utility functions including tuners, analyzer, splitters, and more.
This stomp box is wired somewhat like a guitar amp, in that it is using 3 stages of distortion, but all being diodes. The "Turbo" acts like a "Master", adding some extra gain before the last stage. This stomp box could possibly be used stand alone, driving a speaker by itself.
This is a versatile stereo chorus with adjustable speed and modulation depth, stereo width, feedback, delay and 3 individually adjustable filter bands on the wet signal. (The filters are available in the Tweak GUI.) A chorus can be used to fatten up the sound.
ACS CS1 compressor
A compressor is used to even out the volume so that the lower levels do not completely disappear. It would make any distortion module distort for longer.
A limiter is specially tailored dynamics compressor. This particular limiter compresses the sound a factor 50:1 over the given threshold. It will stop sounds or transients over this threshold, limiting the output volume.
The Slow Grow SG-1
An auto swell effect follows you tones and removes the transients. This makes the sound appear being played backwards.
Behind every great tone there is a another tone waiting to come out. With Octapus you can release this sub octave, taken from and added to your melody. The frequency triggering algorithm will only work properly on a single note at a time. You may want to be careful with chords or it will not sound as expected. The Octapus is a tight and accurate Octaver stomp box.
A flanger works much like a chorus, by mixing a varying delayed signal with the original to produce a series of phase cancellations. These "notches" make up sound of the flanger. The FL-Duo, is actually two flangers rolled into one. They share the same knobs, except for the mixing controls.
Texas Treble Maker
The Texas Treble Maker is a so called "treble booster". The purpose is to equalize the frequency spectrum of the guitar to make the distortion smoother. The overtones of roughly every kind of sound are progressively fainter the higher up the spectrum they are. This means that the distortion a sound generates in a distortion circuit mainly originates from the overtones of the lowest frequencies of the sound. This places the frequency range of the distortion components in a particular place of the spectrum. - A treble booster is designed to reshape the clean sound so that the distortion components originates in equal amount from each overtone. The result is a much smoother distortion, and of course a lot more distortion.
The Sher'ff stomp pedal constitutes a rather rough but versatile distortion effect. Modeled loosely after a 1980's era cousin it's perfect for blues and rock, either by itself or together with a clean amp channel.
Re-Lay 2 Delay
The Re-Lay 2 is a double delay with a lot of options. You can set the volume of each tap, plus 2 individual filters (in the tweak GUI) per tap.
Re-Lay 4 Delay
The Re-Lay 4 is a quadruple delay with a lot of options. You can set the volume of each tap, plus 2 individual filters (in the tweak GUI) per tap.
A classic, yet so simple. This late '70s solid state stomp box is using a diode clipping circuit, shaped by pre-, and post filtering for optimal smooth overdrive / distortion.
This is a very versatile stomp box which delivers anything from smooth overdrive (with "Blues" turned up) to a heavily distorted and overloaded sound ("Gain" and "Muffler" turned up high). The module is using a modified amp tone stack which allows for heavy mid scooping. This box does a good job in both blues and Rock 'n' Roll.
A vibrato is (and don't confuse this with a tremolo) frequency modulation, similar to when you move the string up and down, changing its pitch. This vibrato allows you to select a rate between 0 and 10 Hz, as well as a general depth. A knob for "delay" allows the vibrato to kick in a little bit after you pluck the string, making it more transparent when you play fast. Two modes are available, an "standard digital" one, and emulation of a certain "magnetic" stereo amp.
A tremolo is (and don't confuse this with a vibrato) amplitude modulation. This effect "rotates" the volume at the range of 0-10 Hz. Two variants are included, the classic "digital" tremolo (multiplying the signal with a sine) and the even more classic "tube bias" tremolo (adding a sine to the bias of a tube, partly saturating the signal). The tube bias variant adds a natural overtones clarity. The digital variant can adjust the up / down slope of the transition, going from soft to pulsing.
A Wah pedal is a low-, high-, or band pass filter with adjustable frequency. At the point of cut off, there is a peak with adjustable resonance, making the guitar sound "waaaoooowwwoooaaa". The resonance has similarities with the human mouth, hence the name. The frequency can be controlled either by a midi pedal (or the main knob) or by automatic rotation. The resonance can range between any 2 frequencies of your choice. An extra knob for addition of overtones can give the guitar a clearer tone.
This is a distortion pedal with a slightly different harmonic spectrum. The even harmonics are stronger than the odd, making the distortion very smooth, bordeline "clean". A second gain knob allow ordinary diode clipping, being somewhat asymmetrical. This module can be used for adding just a little bit of color and spice to the sound. Great for bass due to the harmonic spectrum.
ShutUp Sch-1b, Noise Gate
A noise gate is a simple way to get rid of noise in the signal. The traditional way such an effect works is lowering the volume of the signal when the signal itself becomes very weak (as it is mostly then you can hear the noise). The ShutUp Sch-1b is different in two ways
This noise gate is not "either closed or opened", but is sliding smoothly in between the two. Secondly, Sch-1b does not affect the actual "volume" but is continuously changing the filter parameters of an intelligent filter circuit. You may very well notice that the noise gate is half-closed when playing softly. Compared to traditional noise gates this has the impression of being perfectly responsive. The noise gate has 4 separate bands, where as the fourth has an adjustable frequency.
Phasing works by mixing the original signal with one that is phase shifted. The phase is shifted by an LFO which frequency and depth can be controlled. This phaser has a feedback and width control for stereo effects.
8 band parametric filter with adjustable frequency, gain, Q. It comes in the types: High shelf, low shelf, high pass, low pass, band pass, notch and peak. Each band can be either a 1st order or second order IIR filter. Please note that "first order" filters cannot represent eq, band pass or notch curves.
Triple parametric filters with adjustable frequency, gain, Q. It comes in the types: High shelf, low shelf, high pass, low pass, band pass, notch and peak. Please note that "first order" filters cannot represent eq, band pass or notch curves.
Stereo Reverb R1
Stereo reverb designed to be placed last in the chain to give ambience or width to the result. Adjustable echo, pre-delay, room size. 3 filters can be programmed to shape the character of the wet part.
Stereo Reverb R2
Stereo reverb designed to be placed last in the chain to give ambience or width to the result. Adjustable pre-delay, room size. 3 filters can be programmed to shape the character of the wet part. This reverb is thicker than Reverb R1; it has also different default filter parameters.
Stereo widening effects
A module with combined ambience, stereo widening and exciter / enhancer. This module gives your sound a wider, fuller sound with more presence. The enhancer is working on the principle of delaying lower frequencies to allow the higher frequencies to come first, giving the sound a touch of presence and clarity. Because of the delay, the enhancer may appear to add "distance" to the sound. You can blend the enhancement with the mix control. The widening effects applies a rotating phase distortion to each channel and in combination with the ambience component you can place your audio in a rich virtual room.
A module which can delay each channel 0-100 ms independently. Each channel can be adjusted +-16dB. Using the ambiance option, the module acts as if the time delay represent a distance in a room. The further away from the source a channel is, the less high frequencies and less volume it has.
VST host module
This module does not provide any effect or signal processing in itself, but simply allows you to load a 3rd party VST plug-in and run it as if it was a regular ReValver Mk II module. This allows you to use your favorite plug-in inside of the ReValver Mk II system. VST Plug-In Technology by Steinberg.
CS3 tube compressor
A compressor is used to even out the volume so that the lower levels do not completely disappear. It would make any distortion module distort for longer. It is believed that a tube compressor sounds warmer than a a solid state variant. This is due to the slight saturation of the tubes, and the transformer adding a subtle touch of "crunch". By rolling off some bass on the side chain, the compressor do not trigger as easily on lower frequencies, which effects the dynamics.
A compressor is used to even out the volume so that the lower levels do not completely disappear. It would make any distortion module distort for longer.
Gr8 Graphical Equalizer
Simple 8 band graphical equalizer with frequency bands strategically placed for bass and guitar. The bands can be adjusted manually by pressing the "T" button. Pressing "R" will reset the band.
The signal splitter divides the signal into 2 streams, each running in parallel using their own set of modules. In the "signal merge" module, these two streams are mixed into 1 again. It is only possible to use the signal splitter once.
The frequency analyzer can scan the audio in real time and present the frequency content on a live display. The update speed is can be switched between 50 ms and 500 ms. The analyzer can create up to 3 snapshots and overlay them over each other. By hovering over the graph with the mouse you get an accurate readout of that position. The anti-aliased display yields a very accurate picture.
A utility module to insert where ever you wish to monitor or change the volume levels. Monitors left + right channel. This module has a volume adjust and "Learn" button to automatically adjust level to 0dB.
Stereo Levels Adjust
Same as "Levels" module, but with a control knob for each channel. A utility module to insert where ever you wish to monitor or change the volume levels. Monitor left + right channel. This module has a volume adjust and "Learn" button to automatically adjust level to 0dB.
Guitar tuner with two simultaneous displays, needle & strobe. With anti-aliased graphics, this tuner displays your tuning with unbelievable accuracy. The "A" is adjustable between 425Hz and 455Hz. Never go out of tune again.
This is not one but 6 independent tuners running at the same time. Each channel is tuning strictly against a preset tone. That way, one can always be sure the tone has "triggered". The tuning is presented in strobe form and represent the total tuning error for that channel. (5 of the 6 channels will probably display as wildly out of tune at any given time.) The brightness of the strobe indicate the confidence level of a frequency in that particular range. (I.e. dark display = not even close.)
One Tone Stack
This module only contains one tone stack. The module has "Bass", "Mid" and "Treble" knobs to adjust the filter aspects of any of the included tone stacks of ReValver Mk II. (The Foxy tone stack does not use the "mid" knob.)
One Triode Tube
This module only contains one single triode tube with no filters, and with level adjustment before and after. Using a couple of these and you could probably build an amp yourself.
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