Freeze Time On A Mac

Physical Music Timefreezer is now available in Audio Unit format      28/04/08
Freeze Time On A Mac


Physical Music have announced that both the effects and Instrument versions of Timefreezer are now available in AU versions for Mac users. TimeFreezer VST-FX / Effects Features
  • 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 Features
  • 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 USD More information:
  • www.timefreezer.net

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