Serato Pitch In With Fairlight

Pitch ‘n Time integrated into the Fairlight Dream II environment      07/12/06
Serato Pitch In With Fairlight
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Building upon the open the Dream II architecture, Fairlight have announced that Serato Audio Research, of Auckland, New Zealand has joined Fairlight’s Dream II Partner Program as a Platinum member. Using Fairlight’s open Dream II API (Application Programming Interface), Serato is releasing Pitch ’n Time FE (Fairlight Edition), a special version of their renowned Pitch ’n Time software that is tightly integrated into the Dream II environment.
Lukas Bower, General Manager, Strategic Partnerships, Fairlight told us, “Serato’s Pitch ’n Time is regarded as the gold standard in the industry for time domain processing. Pitch ’n Time FE takes Serato to the next level, with advanced functionality and direct integration into the Dream II environment.�
Dave George, Plug-In Development Manager, Serato Audio Research had this to add, “Serato is excited to be part of the Dream II family. Dream II is a great system, and integrated add-ons like Pitch ’n Time FE will make it even better.�
Fairlight say that the Dream II Family delivers lower cost of ownership across the whole range of Fairlight systems and sets a new benchmark for HD compliant media creation systems. Dream II features Fairlight’s market-proven tactile control and mixing surfaces including Satellite, StationPlus, Constellation-XT, HD DREAM Factory and Anthem powered by the new CC-1 multimedia engine.
Pitch 'n Time FE Features
  • Modify tempo independent of pitch and pitch independent of tempo
  • Unique patented time compression/expansion and pitch-shifting algorithm
  • No loss of timing accuracy
  • Process stereo tracks without phasing
  • Process Dolby matrix encoded tracks without losing surround information
  • Modify tempo from 50% to 200% of original and simultaneously pitch shift by ±12 semitones
  • Preview changes in real time
Minimum requirements
  • Fairlight CC-1 powered Satellite AV, Station Plus, Constellation XT, or Anthem
  • iLok required
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