MESSE09: Plug-In For Real Time Pitch Shifting

zplane development announce the elastique Plug-In      03/04/09
MESSE09: Plug-In For Real Time Pitch Shifting


zplane development, a leading research based company in audio have announced a new commercial product, the elastique Plug-In for Real Time Pitch Shifting.
Zplane say that, with a plug-in interface designed to allow quick and intuitive interaction with all parameters, elastique is designed to be the optimal plug-in for pitch correction in film and video conversion applications, for sound design and for adjusting pitch in recording and rehearsal sessions.
Alexander Lerch, CEO of zplane, told us, "Our elastique pitch shifting engine is already used by millions of users around the globe as it is integrated in various host applications. By releasing this plug-in, we ensure that the well-known quality of our engine is now accessible by many more professionals."
key features
  • Multi channel: support for synchronous pitching of up to 8 audio channels
  • Real time: no offline pre-analysis required
  • Program independence: high pitch shifting quality for all audio types (speech, single-voiced, classical/popular music, etc.)
  • Phase coherence: absolute phase stability between all channels
  • MIDI input: for pitch control
  • Formant shifting: shift formants independent from pitch
  • Factory presets: for typical film pull-ups/pull-downs
Pricing and Availability:
ELASTIQUE pitch plug-in is available for RTAS (Mac OS X, Windows) at an MSRP of $499/€449. More information:
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