"Since the introduction of our virtual instruments, we have had many requests for native support by the Windows Pro Tools(TM) community. With these new versions, we can now offer Windows Pro Tools users the same experience that Mac users of Spectrasonics instruments have long enjoyed," said Spectrasonics Founder and Creative Director, Eric Persing. "We're very pleased to now offer full native, cross-platform support for ALL Pro Tools users on both Macintosh and Windows."
Digidesign(R) 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 Pro Tools to send tempo information to the plug-ins and have the LFO rate "locked" to the feel of the music.
All three plug-in updates are free to registered owners and can be downloaded from the Spectrasonics website at:
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All three 32-bit plug-ins offer massive 3-gigabyte core libraries and have powerful, yet simple to use interfaces for customizing sounds with onboard multi-mode resonant filters, envelopes for pitch, filter and amplitude, matrix-style modulation routing, multiple LFOs, parameter automation and more. Each plug-in has total recall of all settings using Pro Tools software.