High quality made impulse responses (IR) from the classic (original 80’s) AMS RMX 16 from Nevo Studios.
AMS was established in 1976 by the Aerospace engineers Mark Crabtree and Stuart Nevison. 1981, they released the RMX-16 digital reverberator which defined the sound of the 1980s and been heard in pop and rock music ever since. By the mid 1980s, nearly every major studio had an RMX 16. It practically defined the drum sound of the era with the huge drums of Phil Collins “In the Air Tonight”. The gated reverb preset NonLin 2 has been heard on hundreds, if not thousands recordings from the 1980s onward. The Sound of the RMX 16 is unique and much sought after. Also heard on classics from: Dire straits, Whitney Houston, George Michael, Peter Gabriel, Van Halen, Prince, U2, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Radiohead, Kate bush and many moore