Bundle XL - Plug Is - Altiverb V6XL, Speakerphone, Nautilus, Rocket Science, Snapper
What is AltiverbV6XL?
Altiverb 6 is a convolution reverb plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows XP. It uses top quality samples of real spaces to create reverb, ranging from Sydney Opera House to the cockpit of a Jumbo Jet. Altiverb 6 offers the most extensive set of parameters, it supports all professional plug-in formats including protools TDM on the Mac, parameter automation and surround. Altiverb 6 gives you a choice between iLok SmartKey or Challenge/response copy protection, it lets you sample your own spaces (currently Mac only), and Altiverb is efficient on your cpu.
What is Speakerphone?
A bad GSM connection on a busy sidewalk, a bullhorn with feedback and a helicopter overhead, or a 1952 rockabilly guitar amp in a recording studio live room: The Speakerphone audio plug-in gives you authentic speakers of any size together with their natural environments.
All the walkie-talkies, distant transistor radios, upstairs TV sets, bullhorns, cell phones and guitar cabinets you’ll ever need. Speakerphone (Mac , Windows, iLok or challenge response) will add dial tones, operators and static, and you can select from a wealth of ambiences on either the caller or receiver’s end.
270 speaker impulse responses powered by Altiverb, 30 Altiverb rooms, 5 gigabyte of ambiences and sound FX, conveniently presented to you in 500 presets.
What is Nautilus?
The Nautilus Bundle for Mac OS X consists of three Midi controllable and automatable audio Plug-ins for RTAS, HTDM, MAS, Audio Unit and VST, supporting high samplerates and channel configurations from mono-mono up to surround formats. The Plug ins are RiveRun, PeriScope and Deep Phase Nine.
What is Rocket Science?
The Rocket Science Bundle for Mac OS X consists of three Midi controllable and automatable audio plug-ins for RTAS, HTDM, MAS, Audio Unit and VST, supporting high samplerates and channel configurations from mono-mono up to surround formats.
It's Roger, Orbit and Follo
What's Snapper ?
When you select an audio file in the Mac Finder, Snapper immediately appears right beneath the current window, showing you the wave form.