Pro Tools Users To Get Free SampleTank 2 SE Upgrade

IK Multimedia and Digi team up to bring more power to the mouse      12/05/05

Digidesign are really pushing the Pro Tools platform hard now – with the latest M-Powered (select M-Audio hardware running ProTools LE) ProTools and now with IK Multimedia to enhance the current ProTools bundle. Currently Digidesign’s Pro Tools bundle includes SampleTank 1 SE, AmpliTube LE guitar amp and effects and T­RackS EQ, analog-style mastering equalizer. Plus, all registered IK Pro Tools users qualify for discounted upgrades to the full versions of IK's award-winning line of production tools. SampleTank 2 SE Features
  • ­ 16 channel mixer/multi­timbral, multi­layering capability
  • ­ 3 synth engines including STRETCH and Pitch-Shift/Time-Stretch for full sound manipulation and control of pitch, tempo and harmonics of samples
  • - Full MIDI control to all parameters
  • - Up to 5 effects per channel including DSPs from IKs AmpliTube and T-Racks software
  • - Enhanced instrument browsing with search function
  • - Loop sync feature
  • - Zone feature for single sample accurate editing
  • - Over 50 synth-sampler engine controls
  • - Full integration with the New Pro Tools 6.7 features like:
    16 separate outs, direct MIDI implementation on Windows XP, MacOS X and XP session compatibility Availability, Upgrades
    Previously registered SampleYank 1 SE users will be able to download the new SampleTank 2 SE here:
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