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Tube Saturator 2 v2.13 Released

Posted on Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Tube Saturator 2 v2.13 adds support for Apple M1 processors and user interface scaling. Please see our version history page for more information.

ConvologyXT True Stereo Libraries released

Posted on Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Impulse Record and Wave Arts have released ConvologyXT v1.22 with support for True Stereo responses, and two new True Stereo libraries..

True Stereo processing is an exciting new feature for Convology XT. A “True Stereo” impulse response has four channels consisting of the direct channel responses (L->L and R->R) and the cross-channel responses (L->R and R->L). Input sounds panned to one side will produce reverb output in both channels. This exactly models how stereo reverbs units work, even when sounds are panned to one side, the reverb outputs spacious sounding reverb in both output channels. When a true stereo response is loaded into ConvologyXT, four separate convolution processors are required to render the response. Hence, processing true stereo responses takes roughly twice the processing power of stereo responses.

The Convology True Stereo 1 Library contains true stereo impulse responses sampled from a Lexicon 960L Digital Effects System, Lexicon 480L Digital Effects System, Lexicon PCM 91 Digital Reverberator, and Lexicon LXP-1 Multi-Effects Processing Module.

960L – 34 responses, 85M
480L – 30 responses, 88M
PCM-91 – 63 responses, 225M
LXP-1 – 66 responses, 304M
total: 193 responses, 702M

The Convology True Stereo 2 Library contains true stereo impulse responses sampled from a Sony DPS-V55 Multi-Effect Processor, Yamaha SPX-990 Multi-Effect Processor, Roland SRV-330 Dimensional Space Reverb, and TC Electronic M-ONE XL Dual Effects Signal Processor.

SRV-330 – 137 responses, 490M
DPS-V55 – 85 responses, 291M
SPX-990 – 106 responses, 351M
M-ONE – 70 responses, 248M
total: 398 responses, 1380M

MacOS Big Sur and Apple M1 compatibility

Posted on Thursday, April 22, 2021

Power Suite 6, Master Restoration Suite 6, Dialog 2, and Convology XT are now MacOS Big Sur and Apple M1 compatible. MacOS AU and VST3 formats ship with universal binaries supporting both Apple M1 and Intel processors.

Master Restoration Suite 6 Released

Posted on Thursday, October 8, 2020

Master Restoration Suite 6 features compatibility with MacOS Catalina and support for VST3 format. The signal processing algorithms and user-interface functions are largely unchanged from Master Restoration Suite 5. However, under the hood, the plug-ins have been completely rewritten to use the latest development tools and SDKs. This was necessary to maintain compatibility with MacOS and the latest MacOS DAWs, such as Logic 10.5, Cubase 10, WaveLab 10, Premiere 2020, and Audition 2020. On these DAWs, the Master Restoration Suite 5 plug-ins do not function – the GUI shows a black window.

Summary of changes:

- MacOS Catalina and Mojave supported. Plug-ins work on latest Mac DAWs such as Logic 10.5, Cubase 10, WaveLab 10, Premiere 2020, and Audition 2020.

- MacOS installers are properly notarized.

- Adding VST3 support. Master Restoration Suite 6 supports VST3, AU, and AAX (native) formats.

- Dropping support for VST2, DX, MAS, RTAS, and 32-bit builds on Mac OS-X. 32-bit VST3 is supported on Windows. Only 64-bit formats are supported on MacOS.

- AAX formats support Wave Arts licensing. Pace/iLok no longer required for AAX; choose Pace/iLok or Wave Arts licensing for all formats.

- Improved Wave Arts licensing, enter serial number directly into plug-in.

- User preset manager to rename, delete, and organize presets.

- New dark theme in menus and dialogs.

Master Restoration Suite 5 installers are still available in the Archive section of the Downloads page.

Master Restoration Suite 5 users get 65% off when upgrading to v6. Please see this FAQ entry for information about upgrading to v6.

Dialog 2 Released

Posted on Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Dialog 2 is a significant update, featuring compatibility with MacOS Catalina and support for VST3 format. The signal processing algorithms and user-interface functions are largely unchanged, however, under the hood, the plug-in has been completely rewritten to use the latest development tools and SDKs. This was necessary to maintain compatibility with MacOS and the latest MacOS DAWs, such as Logic 10.5, Cubase 10, WaveLab 10, Premiere 2020, and Audition 2020. On these DAWs, the Dialog v1 GUI shows a black window.

Summary of changes:

- MacOS Catalina and Mojave supported. Compatible with latest Mac DAWs such as Logic 10.5, Cubase 10, WaveLab 10, Premiere 2020, and Audition 2020.

- MacOS installer is properly notarized.

- Adding VST3 support. Dialog 2 supports VST3, AU, and AAX (native) formats.

- Dropping support for VST2, DX, MAS, RTAS, and 32-bit builds on Mac OS-X. 32-bit VST3 is supported on Windows. Only 64-bit formats are supported on MacOS.

- AAX formats support Wave Arts licensing. Pace/iLok no longer required for AAX; choose Pace/iLok or Wave Arts licensing for all formats.

- Improved Wave Arts licensing, enter serial number directly into plug-in.

- User preset manager to rename, delete, and organize presets.

- New dark theme in menus and dialogs.

Dialog v1 installers are still available in the Archive section of the Downloads page. Select either “MacOS-X, Dialog v1” or “Windows, Dialog v1” as the platform, then select the desired installer.

We’re charging a modest upgrade fee for Dialog 2 because it was a ton of work to rewrite everything.

Dialog v1 users get 65% off when upgrading to v2. Please see this FAQ entry for information about upgrading to v2.