So I spent about 6 hours yesterday working with v2 here in Durham at Soundpure Studios. Casey (the creator), myself and my female vocalist/compatriot Lee worked on a few of our mixes to come up with some "lushesque" presets to be included with v2 hopefully. We came up with several vocal presets that sounded just gorgeous, and couple others for instruments.
This was my first experience with a M7 and I have to say I was totally impressed. Hearing demos online doesn't do this thing justice. You guys are in or a treat with version 2, and that's coming from someone who loves Lexicon reverb. The tweakability was awesome. Lee and I would describe the sound were going for (often abstractly I might add) and Casey would start tweaking. The M7 nor Casey did not disappoint, and we were able to narrow in on the sound we wanted effortlessly. Cool thing on the new modulation and how it's laid out in the parameters... There are numbers that are sequential and correspond with historic reverb hardware. So one number might represent a 224 style and the next a 480ish, kind of like a stroll through a reverb Hall of Fame, all of which can be cycled through without changing the preset. Very nice for getting different vibes. And the new delay lines were awesome.
Anyway, I have to say a M7 is on my shortlist for purchase. I have the PCM Bundle but a M7 would round out the collection nicely.
Thanks to Casey for the great experience and Todd at Soundpure for hosting us.