Soundminer Releases Version 3.1 With ReWire
Nov 6, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors
Soundminer announced that the upcoming release of 3.1 will contain support for Propellerhead’s multichannel ReWire for use inside Digidesign Pro Tools and Steinberg Nuendo (shown) environments. ReWire allows the user to transfer audio data between software applications in real time. Users will now be able to stream up to eight channels of audio from Soundminer through their hardware while their DAW application is running.
At the heart of this version is the new Soundminer ReWire Engine. Based on Soundminer 3.0’s original playback engine, the new engine will allow for on-the-fly bit depth and sampling rate conversion of up to eight discreet 24-bit/192kHz audio streams.
Regardless of users' Pro Tools session or Nuendo setup, sounds can be auditioned with their surround placement intact. Moreover, the users have access to both the VSTRack in the Soundminer Browser, as well as VST plug-ins in Nuendo and RTAS and TDM plug-ins inside Pro Tools. This new feature will let users audition new sounds from Soundminer against the existing DAW audio and video tracks with sample-accurate sync. Users will also be able to audition more traditional mono or stereo sounds panned "in place" using the DAW’s built-in surround architecture.
More details to come. There will be an upgrade cost for existing users.
For more, visit www.soundminer.com.
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