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Soundtoys Offers Little Plate for Free

Soundtoys is offering Little Plate for free – but only for a limited time. Little Plate offers the lush sound of plate reverb, with a modern twist. Get it for free through November 22, 2017. The unmistakable plate reverb sound – warm, rich and spacious – is now at your fingertips.

Inspired by the original EMT 140 plate reverb, we captured the gorgeous sound and vibe of this studio classic and turned it into a fun and musically inspiring plug-in. And we couldn’t resist pushing the limits of reality, so we added a couple of fun twists that let you take Little Plate to spaces the original hardware only dreamed of.

While the original reverb could only muster a modest five seconds of reverberation time, Soundtoys pushed that number higher. You can set the Decay Time to infinity, and Little Plate’s reverb tails never fade away.

Keep your reverb and your mixes clean with the built-in Low Cut filter. Use the Low Cut filter to control and tame those boomy bass frequencies. Flip the Space Modulator switch to introduce slight modulation into the reverb tail.


  • Add the sound of vintage plate reverb to your tracks
  • Push beyond the limits of the hardware with extended reverb and decay time-consuming
  • Create infinite reverb effects that never decay
  • Optional modulation for natural-sounding variation in the reverb tail
  • Low Cut filter to tame low frequency build-up
  • 25 distinct presets to quickly dial in a sound

Get Soundtoys Outer Limits Collection for Free

Soundtoys audio effects bring color, character, and creativity to your digital music studio with plug-ins that merge the sound and vibe of classic analog gear with modern musical twists. You can get their Outer Limits collection for free.

Outer Limits is a FREE collection of 67 presets designed to turn any audio into strange and frightening sounds, spacey sci-fi soundscapes, and mutated audio oddities. This preset expander uses the virtually limitless power of the Soundtoys Effect Rack to take sound design to alternate realities. Perfect for movies, TV, games, or that far out song intro you’ve been searching for.

Outer Limits requires the Soundtoys Effect Rack (version 5.2 or later), which is exclusively included in Soundtoys 5. You can listen to some of the Outer Limits sounds right on the Soundtoys website. They are grouped into three categories: Voice, Effects, and Drones.