Freeze Time

Physical Music TimeFreezer VST freezes audio in real time      20/04/07
Freeze Time


Physical Music say that their TimeFreezer is a resynthesis based synthesizer that allows you to "freeze a moment of audio". They tell us that you can load waves of any duration and then browse "live" using the cursor to hear immediately the frozen sound of the selected region. It is made with Steinberg Virtual Studio Technology.
TimeFreezer is a full bundle made of a VST-Instrument, a VST Effect and many presets.
TimeFreezer VST-FX / Effects
  • freezes any kind of audio in real time
  • you can connect live input
  • you can insert sequencer tracks
  • holds complex sounds infinitely
  • morph to next hold with crossfades(->10s)
  • transform bandpass filter in real time
  • repitch the frozen sound in real time
  • denoiser adjustable
  • analysis time window adjustable
  • clipless volume maximizer switchable
  • included mixer for input / freeze
  • 32 bit float high quality algorithms
  • mono or stereo versions
  • all controls directly assignable with MIDI
  • VST compatible to most hosts
TimeFreezer VSTi / Instrument
  • freezes any kind of audio in real time from audio files
  • you can browse back and forth to any position of the track
  • you can load wave and aiff files
  • holds complex sounds infinitely
  • morph to next hold with crossfades(->10s)
  • transform bandpass filter in real time
  • repitch the frozen sound in real time
  • denoiser adjustable
  • analysis time window adjustable
  • clipless volume maximizer switchable
  • playable with a MIDI keyboard or any MIDI control device
  • two keyboard modes: 1 preset per key or transposing
  • all controls directly assignable with MIDI
  • hold button for notebook playing
  • 32 bit float high quality algorithms
  • VST compatible to most hosts
Pricing and Availability:
$99 More information:
  • www.timefreezer.net

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