NATIVE INSTRUMENTS has released NISPEKTRAL DELAY PTE for use on Macs. NISPEKTRAL DELAY PTE is a plugin for Pro Tools designed as a customizable audio effect app.
NISPEKTRAL DELAY PTE ships Sep 12, 2007 Search titles only; Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Newer Than: Search this forum only.
Display results as threads While Native Instruments Spektral Delay is rather old at this point, it is still an in depth plugin that has a pretty good overall sound quality.
I'm not sure where you would even get this plugin if you wanted it, but if you come across one in a studio like I did I would definitely recommend trying it out. Spektral Delay 1. 0, which runs as a standalone application and a VST plugin, takes the concept of frequencydependent delays and turns it into a powerful soundprocessing environment.
Like all of Native Instruments' products, Spektral Delay runs without dedicated audio hardware. Its flexibility and low cost come with a price, though: you NISpektral Delay by Native Instruments (@KVRAudio Product Listing): The NISPEKTRAL DELAY differs from the many other audio effects in that it uses realtime FFT (Fast Fourier Transformation) to split each channel of a stereo signal into as many as 160 separately modifiable frequency bands (even up to 1024 bands internally).
User review from Anonymous about Native Instruments Spektral Delay: I am really big on having tons of echo sends available with different timing and character that do not or abrely hit my master buss but poundinto reverb sends at various levels NISpektral Delay 3. ENGLISH The NISpektral Delay User Interface NISpektral Delay Introduction The Native Instruments NISPEKTRAL DELAY offers revolutionary possibilities for spectral sound shaping in realtime.
Spektral Delay 1. 0 is the first plugin processor from Native Instruments in the Pro Tools Edition to use Digi's new HTDM technology. The Pro Tools Edition line is only available (so far) for Mac, and all plugins are duplicated in both HTDM and RTAS for Pro Tools LE or Free users. New and exceptional delay effects.
Spektral Delay differs from other audio effects in that it uses realtime FFT (Fast Fourier Transformation) to split up both channels of a stereo signal into as many as 160 separately modifiable frequency bands. The level, delay time, and feedback amount for each band can be set separately.