PSP Audioware has released PSP Nexcellence, a surprisingly-lush spring reverb emulation inspired by and modeled after “necklace-type” hardware units. PSP Nexcellence provides two different spring set processors and can use one or both of its processing engines simultaneously in split, mid/side, or spread modes. The algorithm has improved on the original hardware by providing a set of expert parameters to let you control inherent aspects of the spring reverb, such as density, width, and EQ.

PSP Nexcellence is available now for $149, with introductory pricing of $99 until August 31, then $129 until September 10. Registered users of other PSP effects plugins you can get PSP Nexcellence at up to an additional 59% discount. Log into your user account, go to the store and add PSP Nexcellence to your cart to see the final price. The plugin requires macOS 10.8 or later and an AU, VST, AAX, or RTAS plugin host.