Vienna Symphonic Library releases boxed CD-ROM version of 64-bit plug-in suite 24/08/09
Vienna Symphonic Library's suite of nine audio processing tools,
Vienna Suite, has just been released as a boxed edition. Up to now, it has been available as
a download product only.
Both the download product and the physical product contain
exactly the same software, now at version 1.1, that includes Vienna's brand-new Convolution
Reverb. Vienna Suite is the only boxed plug-in suite with full 64-bit capability.
Here's all the details from VSL... Vienna Suite includes nine advanced, yet easy to use plug-ins for mixing and mastering. For
optimum precision, they offer full 64-bit audio processing on all major 64-bit and 32-bit host
platforms. Supporting the formats AU (Mac OS X), VST (OS X, Win), and RTAS (OS X),
Vienna Suite is the ideal solution for anyone who wants to shape a mix using high-end audio
tools. Though it integrates beautifully with any host program or DAW, not just for users of
Vienna Ensemble and Vienna Instruments, Vienna users will be happy to take advantage of
over 500 included expert presets tailor-made for Vienna Instruments. A full functioning 30-
day trial version is available at the Vienna Symphonic Library website.
Vienna Suite includes the plug-ins Convolution Reverb, Equalizer, Master Equalizer, Limiter,
Compressor, Multiband Limiter, PowerPan, Exciter, and Analyzer. Critics and users alike
have praised the tools for their clear and open sound as well as their easy-to-use interfaces
at a very competitive price. The website also provides videos that explain all details of every
single plug-in. About the Vienna Symphonic Library
The Vienna Symphonic Library is an innovative, research-driven music software and sample
library developer based in Vienna, Austria. The team strives to constantly improve on the
concept of virtual orchestral music production in terms of authenticity and ease-of-use.
Vienna Instruments, the company's virtual instruments in AU/VST/RTAS formats, range
from the classic symphonic orchestra to the Vienna Konzerthaus Organ, the Vienna Imperial
grand and to other musical genres with instruments such a saxophones, upright bass, and
even distorted guitar. Vienna MIR is the first ever whole-space mixing and reverberation
solution based on Multi-Impulse Response convolution. The mixing and host software
Vienna Ensemble 3 represents the first MIDI and audio LAN solution that enables users of
Vienna Instruments to set up a cross-platform network of Macs and PCs using a simple
Ethernet cable. Pricing and Availability: