Spektral Delays No Longer

N.I available for ProTools      23/12/01

With the release of the NI-SPEKTRAL DELAY PTE, NATIVE INSTRUMENTS expands their PRO TOOLS EDITION with another award-winning product for both RTAS and Digidesign's newly developed HTDM interface. The RTAS and HTDM interfaces seamlessly integrate NATIVE INSTRUMENTS software into Pro Tools without any compromises. The NI-SPEKTRAL DELAY PTE supports total recall of settings, full automation (including ProControl and Control|24 remote control support), and multiple instantiation. Complete support of RTAS and HTDM guarantees maximum comfort and flexibility when using the award-winning NI software in the Pro Tools studio environment. The NI RTAS/HTDM plug-ins are processed by the host computer and operate transparently with Pro Tools TDM and LE systems. The recommended retail price for the NI-SPEKTRAL DELAY PTE in the US is $449/449 Euro. The new RTAS/HTDM plug-in The NI-SPEKTRAL DELAY PTE is a unique effect based on a realtime Fast Fourier Transformation (FFT). It offers exceptionally great possibilities for creative sound design - from subtle corrections and rich effects to the total transformation of the input signal.
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