Audio Ease has released the Windows version of the convolution reverb, Altiverb, and updated the Mac OS X version to v5.4. The Windows version is available in VST and RTAS plug-in formats and is made available as a free download for all Altiverb 5 owners. The suggested retail price is $595. The suggested retail price is $595. A demo version will be available soon.
The Windows release kicks off a series of Altiverb format additions slated for 2006: a version that runs on the Digidesign TDM chips will see light, Pro Tools 7 optimized RTAS versions will be released, and of course Intel-Mac compatibility is in the making as well.
Audio Ease also plan to expand their library of acoustics. Their recordings already include the major concert halls of cities such as Vienna, Berlin, Sydney and Amsterdam, a wealth of legendary US recording studio's, and the interiors of over 30 vehicles including a Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet. For 2006 expect more planes and helicopters, a set of train interiors, more outdoor acoustics, and also, for music production, a series of Germany's most prestigious recording studios and a collection of French opera's and theatres.
The version 5.4 update for Mac OS X features the following changes:
- Solved problems with "load as Aux" and "load resets..." when loading presets and host settings.
- Solved problems with channel ordering in PT.
- Improved PT interface.
- Improved MAS interface.
- Improved VST interface.
- Overall improvements.
- Some bug fixes.
22 Jan 2014 Audio Ease updates Altiverb for Mac to v7.1.2
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24 Jul 2012 Audio Ease updates Snapper to v2.0.4
25 May 2012 Audio Ease updates Speakerphone to v2.0.4
10 Apr 2012 Audio Ease updates Altiverb for Mac to v7.0.5
18 Jan 2012 Audio Ease updates Altiverb for Mac to v7.0.3
20 Dec 2011 Audio Ease releases Altiverb 7 for Mac
07 Nov 2011 Audio Ease updates Altiverb for Mac to v6.3.7
08 Oct 2010 Audio Ease releases Snapper 2