Audio Ease has announced the release of the All In Bundle for Mac which includes all Audio Ease plug-ins plus Snapper in one box at a massive discount - the suggested retail price of the All In Bundle is $1195 / €960, with expected street price around $1095 / €875, saving over $500 on the combined plug-in prices.
The Audio Ease All In bundle comes in two varieties:
- One with the XL (TDM surround) version of Altiverb 6.
- One with the regular Altiverb 6.
Upgrades are available to customers that have purchased either Speakerphone or Altiverb, and upgrades will be sold up to October 31 2008.
Besides Altiverb, the All in bundle includes Speakerphone, Periscope, Riverrun, Deep Phase Nine, Orbit, Follo and Roger.
Altiverb is a convolution reverb. It comes with a large and ever expanding collection of top quality room samples - ranging from Sydney Opera House to the Gol Gumbaz of India.
Speakerphone gives you authentic speakers of any size together with their natural environments. It's a speaker simulator plug-in with 12 DSP modules and 5 gigabytes of ambiences.
When you select an audio file in the Mac Finder, Snapper immediately appears right beneath the current window, showing you the waveform. Play, Drag, Drop and Convert snippets of files, upload to your Pro Tools cursor, turn selections into mp3s file and much more, right from the Finder.
Graphic analyzer and surgical phase correct EQ. Grab faders where you see the audio happening.
Granular Soundscape Synthesizer oozing tiny particles taken from your original audio. Build rhythmic textures or wide harmonic soundscapes.
Deep Phase Nine
Deep Phaser with control and visual feedback. Up to 24 notches per channel, with beat locked sample and hold.
Control the virtual position of your sound source. Accurately calculates the sound source's reflections of the walls of a virtual 'outer room'.
Dynamic amplitude following bandpass resonator. Creates autowah on a guitar, or adds thumping resonating bass.
Apply vowel filters to your audio. Use the vowel bar at the bottom to click through vowels, or use rhythmic gibberish mode.