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zplane.development releases élastiqueAAX Time & Pitch Manipulation Plugin with Intro Offer


zplane.development has announced the release of élastiqueAAX, a new time and pitch manipulation plugin designed exclusively for Pro Tools.

élastiqueAAX uses the élastiquePro V3 time-stretching and pitch shifting engine which is integrated into many DAWs and used by millions of users around the world. élastiquePro V3 technology ensures the highest, program independent time-stretching quality.

The plugin interface has been designed to allow quick and intuitive interaction with all parameters for maximum control. élastiqueAAX is an offline AudioSuite plugin, therefore allowing to apply time-stretching and pitch-shifting much faster than real-time.

élastiqueAAX offers multi-channel support for synchronous pitching of up to 8 audio channels. It also features presets for typical film pull-ups/pull-down tasks.

zplane.development say "This combination of quality and features and a simple Pro Tools workflow makes élastiqueAAX the optimal pitch-shifting plugin for film and video conversion applications."

Feature at a Glance:

  • Audio formats: 1-8 channels (I/O).
  • Supported sample rates: 32-192kHz sample rate.
  • Supported plugin format: AAX32/AAX64, AudioSuite offline.
  • parameter ranges:
    • Stretching: 25% - 400%.
    • Pitching: ± 24 semi-tones or 25-400% Formant preservation feature.

Minimum system requirements OS X 10.7 (and higher) Windows 7, 8 & 10.

Price: $399 / €399 with an introductory offer price of $299 / €299 for the first 30 days.



Discussion: Active
1 March 2017 at 8:14pm

So this one is mainly for film ...

Meaning that for music ElastiquePitch is the one ?

Thanks, .


2 March 2017 at 11:34am

No, not necessarily. It depends on what you want to do. elastiqueAAX is only Pro Tools and offline but can do stretching and pitching, while ELASTIQUE PICTH is a realtime plugin that can do pitching and more creative formant shifting. The underlying technology is the same.

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