Numerical Sound’s Pure Space-series of impulse responses include IRs from venues such as concert halls, cathedrals, monasteries, and even the Great Pyramid at Giza. Pure Space IRs have been re-synthesized, which means the 24-bit versions offer a dynamic range of more than 140db. Their frequency responses are virtually flat, so you can freely EQ your sources prior to processing. This results in unparalleled sound quality and flexibility. In fact, the Pure Space IRs sound so good, they’ve already been used on many classical recordings released over the last two years.
There are currently two Pure Space libraries available -- Classical & Mystical and Film & Sacred. Each volume contains 55 impulse responses categorized by acoustic size. Every response name also indicates its average low, mid, and high frequency decay times, so when you're looking for a suitable reverb impulse, this approach makes it lot easier than sifting through names like ‘Medium Hall’ or ‘St. Patrick's Church.’ This takes the guesswork out of preset management.
In short, Numerical Sound’s impulse responses are among the cleanest and the most silky-smooth reverbs available, with luscious tails and a stunning selection of decay timbres. Available exclusively from Waves/Acoustics.net and Numerical Sound, the Pure Space libraries are the perfect companions for Waves IR-1 and IR-L, as well as other convolution reverbs.