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Nautilus Bundle Updated for OS X

The Nautilus Bundle has nowe been released and improved for OSX (Mac G4 or G5). It consists of three audio plug-ins for RTAS, HTDM, MAS, Audio Unit and VST. Improvements over the previous version include lots of extra automation features, support for surround formats and high sample rates...

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July 21, 2004

The Nautilus Bundle has nowe been released and improved for OSX (Mac G4 or G5). It consists of three audio plug-ins for RTAS, HTDM, MAS, Audio Unit and VST. Improvements over the previous version include lots of extra automation features, support for surround formats and high samplerates.

RiverRun - a Granular Soundscape Synthesizer capable of creating new sounds our of tiny particals taken from your original audio. It can build rythmic textures, wide harmonic soundscapes, and it can zoom in on your fragment by stretching it by a factor of up to 200.

PeriScope - Look at the audio spectrum via the real-time animating spectroscope, or graphic analyzer, and grab faders where you see the audio happening. Phase Correct EQ, with surgical precision, and low frequency resolution. Edit modes range from fluent to steep.

Deep Phase Nine - a true phaser that offers control and visual feedback. Up to 24 notches per channel, beat locked sample and hold, one-shots, a true phaser.

List Price is $299, upgrades cost $99.95.

For more information, visit their web site at www.audioease.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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