More good news for Mac-using music and audio mavens: Berlin, Germany’s
on Thursday announced that its
audio effect processor has gone Mac OS X native. Native Instruments noted that with NI-Spektral Delay v1.5.5’s release, its entire current product line is available for Mac OS X.
NI-Spektral Delay is a sound design tool that enables users to correct signals and modulate amplitude, delay time and feedback ratio for as many as 1,024 individual frequency bands. A plug-in architecture enables you to add more modulation effects as well.
NI-Spektral Delay now supports operation as a plug-in using software that is Audio Units, RTAS or VST aware. You can also operate NI-Spektral Delay as a standalone application if you wish, in conjunction with Mac OS X’s CoreMIDI and CoreAudio technology.
NI-Spektral Delay costs US$299. The 1.5.5 version is available to registered users as a download update for $29 or on CD-ROM for $49. User who bought NI-Spektral Delay after Nov. 1, 2003 are entitled to a free update download or a reduced CD-ROM price of $19. Registered users of NI-Spektral Delay Pro Tools Edition can also get a free update. Visit the Web site for details.