The White Block
During the 1980's a computer developer whizkid made a white block that would sit on every top flight Film & Sound studio mixing console throughout the world.
Previous convicted processes for treating dry or inappropriately recorded material were superseded by the new realism developed in America. The white block with nimble faders, a long 16ft cable, tiny footprint and immediate access to parameters (HiCut, HPF's Xovers and RT's) enabled operators to move even less (we don't move enough as it is!) (( no wheeling to the rack & snapping in settings)) & make adjustments easily.
Testament to the white boxes character its featured in every genre of music today , Rap, Hip Hop, Blues, Rock, Metal , Classic, Dance etc
Large ringing echoing caves with delay times of over 30 seconds reverb or tiny booths with 0.20sec ambience can be created.