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Audio Ease releases Cabinet

Audio Ease Cabinet

Audio Ease has released Cabinet, the essential final stage of your guitar tone.

The effects you hear in Cabinet are convolution based and rely upon actual samples made of the speaker cabinets shown, a spring reverb and a top class recording studio live room. Cabinet and the 33 cabinets in its mother plug-in Speakerphone provide the ultimate real-world sounding final stage of your guitar tone: the speaker cabinet within a good studio live space.

Plug-in your favourite pre-amped signal from a real hardware amp, or your favourite pre-amp modeling plug-in and use Cabinet to put the real world into your tracks.

Cabinet contains the three features guitarists like best in Speakerphone:

  • five guitar amp speaker cabinets.
  • a top class recording studio live room.
  • a classic spring reverb.

All of this is based on convolution, using impulse responses at a quality that has won Audio Ease many awards in the past.

Cabinet is available for Windows and Mac for $59 USD / 49 EUR. A fully functional 30 day demo is available for download here.

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Audio Ease updates Nautilus Bundle to v2.5.5 and Rocket Science Bundle to v3.5.4

Audio Ease Nautilus Bundle

Audio Ease has released version 2.5.5 of the Nautilus Bundle and version 3.5.4 of the Rocket Science Bundle, two bundles of MIDI controllable and automatable audio plug-ins for Mac.

Fixes for both bundles:

  • Ableton Live crashed on opening an AudioUnit.
  • Logic AU Manager could invalidate an AudioUnit.

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Audio Ease updates Speakerphone to v2.0.1

Audio Ease Speakerphone 2

Audio Ease has released version 2.0.1 of Speakerphone, an audio plug-in that gives you authentic speakers of any size together with their natural environments.

Changes in Speakerphone v2.0.1

  • Importing SP1 settings in Nuendo and Cubase works correctly now.
  • Fixed bug in preset browser: a single click opens the user section.
  • Importing Speaker & Room IR Automation data works correctly now*.

* A speaker selection bug in Speakerphone 2.0.0 prevented some Speakerphone 1 sessions to come up with the wrong speaker selected.
The bug is fixed, but the consequence is that sessions made with speakerphone 2 may load with the incorrect speaker selected, so please double check which speaker is selected in the speaker module.

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Audio Ease releases Speakerphone 2

Audio Ease Speakerphone 2

Audio Ease has released Speakerphone 2, an audio plug-in that gives you authentic speakers of any size together with their natural environments.

In the 17 months after Speakerphone’s release it has quickly become a household name in audio post production and also in many music studios. Speakerphone version 2 has a new cleaner look, new features, many newly sampled guitar amp cabinets, antique phones, toys, answering machines and megaphones.

Speakerphone will give you all the walkie-talkies, distant transistor radios, upstairs TV sets, bullhorns, cell phones and guitar cabinets you’ll ever need, plus 5 gigabyte of ambiences and sound FX to provide some context.

Changes in Speakerphone 2

  • All new GUI.
  • Dozens of new speakers, amps, phones and toys.
  • Microphone simulation module that hosts microphones ranging from Royers to toy mics.
  • “Coverup” module can place any sound inside tin cans, cardboard boxes, under blankets or in the closed trunk of a car.
  • Presets that switch via automation.
  • Extensive LFO and envelope following section for controlling virtually all parameters of Speakerphone.
  • New rooms and outdoor IR’s.
  • Leslie speaker module, new codecs.

So if you want to see and hear for yourself what’s new (or if you just want to hear Arjen lock Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor in the trunk of a Volvo parked on a moonlit business park) do check out the what’s new movie or take the complete guided tour.

Speakerphone 2 is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/MAS) for $495 USD ex VAT. The upgrade to Speakerphone 2 costs $149 USD / 119 EUR and free upgrades are available to anyone that purchased Speakerphone or the All In Bundle in 2009.

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Audio Ease updates Speakerphone to v1.1.1 (Windows)

Speakerphone interface

Audio Ease has relased version 1.1.1 (Windows) of Speakerphone, a speaker simulator for Windows and Mac.

Changes in Speakerphone v1.1.1 for Windows

  • Preferences get saved now when not logged in as administrator user.
  • Fixed problems with Mute when stopped in VST.
  • Improved on resizing window.
  • Improved on popup menus in VST.
  • Fixed problem in Codec.
  • Overall stability improved.

Speakerphone is available for Windows and Mac for $495 USD / €395 EUR (excluding VAT).

Visit Audio Ease for more information, and some audio & video demos.

Audio Ease updates Speakerphone to v1.1.1 (Mac)

Speakerphone interface

Audio Ease has relased version 1.1.1 (Mac) of Speakerphone, a speaker simulator for Windows and Mac.

Changes in Speakerphone v1.1.1 for Mac

  • Preferences get saved now when not logged in as administrator user.
  • Audio Unit compatible with Sound Track Pro.
  • Fixed problems with Mute when stopped in VST.
  • Improved on resizing window.
  • Improved on popup menus in VST.
  • Fixed problem in Codec.
  • Overall stability improved.

Speakerphone is available for Windows and Mac for $495 USD / €395 EUR (excluding VAT).

Visit Audio Ease for more information, and some audio & video demos.

Audio Ease announces Speakerphone 2

Speakerphone interface

Audio Ease has announced version 2 of Speakerphone, the speaker simulator for Windows and Mac.

Here’s the press release:

Just over a year has passed since the introduction of Speakerphone, Audio Ease’s end-all speaker simulator that comes with ambience sounds, reverbs, and many dsp modules to tweak the most lifelike sounding scenarios that involve speakers.

Speakerphone has quickly become a standard in many thousands of post production and music studios. Upstairs tv sets while cooking in the kitchen is going on, street megaphones with helicopters and sirens approaching, rockabilly guitar at the stage of a prom, a call from the K2 summit to base camp with wind crushing the microphone, all from a single plug-in.

Speakerphone version 2, previewed at NAMM, features many newly sampled guitar amp cabinets, antique phones, toys, answering machines and megaphones. Added is a microphone simulation module that hosts microphones ranging from Royers to toy mics.

Among the new modules in Speakerphone 2 is one that’s called ‘coverup’. Coverup can place any sound inside tin cans, cardboard boxes, under blankets or in the closed trunk of a car. Come listen and be amazed in the Audio Ease booth 6508.

Release date and pricing are yet to be announced.

Audio Ease updates Altiverb to v6.3

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Audio Ease Altiverb

Audio Ease has released version 6.3 of Altiverb, the convolution reverb plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows XP.

It doesn’t show on the outside, but Altiverb 6.3 is a big update for Altiverb. It is the result of ongoing extensive optimizations under the hood, from which all digital audio platforms will benefit.

Changes in Altiverb v6.3

  • Enhanced efficiency.
  • Significantly increased integration with Pyramix systems including their Mascore technology.
  • ProTools 8 compatibility.

Audio Ease has also announced the upcoming release of samples of Paramount Scoring Stage M in LA. Read more about Scoring Stage M at the Film Music Society.

Paramount Scoring Stage M
Samples of Paramount scoring stage M, where Psycho’s score was recorded, will be released december 17. Paramount Stage M sadly closed its doors but lives on in Altiverb

The Altiverb 6.3 update, and the monthly Impulse Responses are free of charge.

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