Physical Music has updated TimeFreezer for Mac OS X and Windows.
In the analyser there is now the "stabilisator", an algorithm that recognizes more precisely stable portions of waves. There are two consequences of that: first you can get better results when taking a short portion of sound. Second: if the analysed sound is stable - like a synthesizer - then the freeze is stable too and no longer sounds like a far reverberation.
The Keyboard mode is still in use, so that you can store a completely different preset on every key of your keyboard. In the Audio Unit version you now save the bank of presets in one go. In VST you still have the opportunity of choosing between fxp and fxb (one preset/whole bank).
All are now available in 64-bit for Mac OS X and Windows. The Mac version is compatible with Logic X and OS 10.9.
Listen to a demo made in one-pass-only with TimeFreezer - no other effect - with a symphonic orchestra: soundcloud.com/timefreezer/swanlake-supertimestretch