Fxpansion Release VST to RTAS Adapter Version 2.0

Use VST effects and instruments seamlessly in Pro Tools      17/02/06

Fxpansion have released their VST to RTAS Adapter v2.0 and claim that it is the solution Pro Tools users have been waiting for, enabling VST effects plug ins and VST Instruments to be used seamlessly and transparently in Pro Tools and Pro Tools LE sessions.
    Features
  • Pro Tools 7 RTAS optimized, enables access to even more plug-ins simultaneously
  • Flexible, crash-proof configuration utility that can't be crashed by bad or corrupt plug-ins
  • Much improved CPU performance - uses virtually no CPU power or memory
  • Full support for multiple outputs from VST Instruments with multi i/o capability
  • Sophisticated plug-in configuration utility with robust plug-in validator
  • Tempo / song synchronization for effects and instruments – sync groove boxes and modulation-FX to your song
  • Latest VST2 features are supported including sample-accurate timing and parameter automation.
  • Loads and saves VST instrument preset / patch banks and allows you to re-name individual plug-ins
    Price and Availability:
    VST-RTAS Adapter v2 is available as a direct download from FXpansion’s online store for $99 / €75 / £55, excluding local taxes where applicable. VST to RTAS v1 customers can upgrade to v2.0 for $49.00. FXpansion are also offering a grace period of free upgrades for customers who have purchased VST to RTAS v1.x on or after October 1st, 2005. More info:
  • www.fxpansion.com

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