INA-GRM GRM Tools 3delete
GRM Tools announces that they have partnered with DontCrac[k] to announce the release of the GRM Tools v3 bundles.
The GRM Tools Collection is a set of 15 plug-ins conceived by the GRM Group (Groupe de Recherches Musicales) of the National Audiovisual Institute of Paris (France).
The GRM Tools Collection from now on contains RTAS, VST and Audio Unit formats and can also be used as Stand-Alone applications.
The “CLASSIC” and “SPECTRAL TRANSFORM” bundles have been re-writen from scratch and are now available in the RTAS – AU – VST and Standalone formats for Mac & PC.
GRM Tools has also come up with its “EVOLUTION” bundle. According to the designers, "EVOLUTION allows unexpected spectral and harmonic audio transformations such as morphing, evolving textures, original "VOCODER" type effects, time shifted filters, sliding timbers, noising, etc. EVOLUTION can also be used as very subtle audio treatment effects in delicate processing situations."
You can download a free demo (no iLok or authorization required) and experiment for yourself.
Pricing & Availability
Until Sunday, April 17, 2011, EVOLUTION can be purchased as part of the GRM Tools Complete Collection at introductory price of $489 (MSRP $1150). GRM Tools are sold and distributed exclusively by DontCrack.com via Instant Download.
For more information about the new GRM Tools Version 3, check out this link.
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