July 13, 2004
Spectrasonics has released new updates of their virtual instrument plug-ins Trilogy, Stylus and Atmosphere, providing compatibility for the Windows version of Digidesign's RTAS plug-in format. The updates for Atmosphere and Trilogy also include include syncable LFOs. The plug-ins are available for registered owners as a free download from the Spectrasonics website, and now support all native Pro Tools formats on both Mac and Windows.
Digidesign Pro Tools users on the Windows platform will now enjoy simple and easy integration and use of Spectrasonics plug-ins using the standard RTAS and HTDM formats. The three Spectrasonics plug-ins work with the Mac OS OS9 and OSX RTAS standards as well. The new versions, Trilogy 1.2, Atmosphere 1.2 and Stylus 1.1, also include several software code fixes adding more stability and compatibility for Macintosh OS X and Windows computers.
The Trilogy and Atmosphere updates have also added new syncable LFOs, allowing host programs such as Pro Tools, Cubase SX, Digital Performer, Garage Band or Logic to send tempo information to the plug-in and have the LFO rate "locked" to the feel of the music. Pulsing effects, auto-panning, and rhythmic percussive effects all synced to the host's tempo, for example, can be easily created with these new versions.
Summary of Update Features:
All three plug-in updates are free to registered owners and can be downloaded from the Spectrasonics website.
For more information, visit their web site at www.spectrasonics.netCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR
Set up your home recording studio in the very best way possible. Learn how to select equipment and solftware all the way through from microphones to monitors. Learn more...
Come on the Audio Masterclass FREE COURSE TOUR. A short series of tutorials to welcome you to the challenging world of professional audio. Learn more...
Are you making these 4 simple mistakes again and again in your home recording studio? They are easy to identify and avoid, so you don't have to. Learn more...
Great home recording starts with a great home recording studio. It doesn't need to be expensive if you know how to select the right equipment for your needs.