Thanks for your answer. This is a little odd but maybe it's a little delayed because its weekend. I'll wait till tomorrow and mail the support, in case I dont receive the links until then. Thanks again
Don't forget to turn your track input down so you don't get overs.
This is a smaller more intimate space. At low volume you hardly hear it so it may be a nice 'invisible' space. Adds some sizzle, spread and depth - if it is too bright or bassy - use a shelf to roll off the offending freqs.
what i don't really get is the gain structure of the intimate reverb. while the first reverb has a fine gain structure where input and output can basically be left alone the new preset needs some fiddling and overloads massively when inserted. there are other (mainly free) programs where i had similiar experiences. it would be nice if ALL presets had a gain structure implemented where you don't run into danger accidently damaging your monitors or hearing