Princeton Digital 2016 Stereo Room
Princeton Digital 2016 Stereo Room

2016 Stereo Room, Software algorithmic reverb from Princeton Digital.

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moosers 11/19/2009

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The Princeton Digital 2016 Stereo Room is a software reverb plug-in compatibility with a variety of systems and interfaces.  I was able to install the plug-in in only a short while and was able to figure out the interface in an even quicker amount of time.  The interface is straight forward as it has a variety of knobs including sections for level, reverb, and EQ.  The level section has parameters for input and mix, the reverb section has parameters for predelay, delay, position, and diffusion, and the EQ section has a two band EQ, each with parameters for frequency and gain.  That is pretty much all that there is to know about using the software and most will be able to figure out how to use it rather quickly, so I don't think that a manual is necessary.


I can't say that I've had any issues with the Princeton Digital 2016 Stereo Room plug-in as it has run flawlessly since I installed it.  I am currently running it on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM and I run the plug-in in Pro Tools LE 7.4.  I run Pro Tools with a Digi 002R audio interface or a Digidesign Micro Box depending on where I am.  I'm able to run a few of these within a single session if I choose to, but most of the time I only use one or two.  As long as you have a system that you are currently able to run some plug-ins on pretty stably, I'd say that you won't have any trouble with this 2016 plug-in.


I've been running the Princeton Digital 2016 Stereo Room plug-in for a few months and I'm definitely an advocate for it.  I like the way that it sounds a lot and I love having control over a number of aspects of my sound within a single plug-in.  It also makes it possible to get a wide array of different sounds, all of which are quite realistic sounding.  It doesn't come off too digital sounding like most software EQs to, but also isn't the warmest sounding reverb plug-in that I've got in my pallet.  The price of this plug-in is somewhat expensive, but I would try out a trial version of it to see if you like it because if you are looking for a great sounding digital reverb plug-in, definitely check out the Princeton Digital 2016 Stereo Room plug-in.