PSP Audioware N2O

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PSP N2O is a semi-modular multi-effect plug-in which offers in sound creation.

The sound processing modules can be routed in any configuration, PSP says. While built upon the same basic concept as PSP Nitro, "PSP N2O, with its new modules and modulation features, explores new sonic areas," according to the company.

 

The plug-in engine has been rewritten and redesigned yo take advantage of the optimizations offered by modern CPUs, they say..

 

Features:

Up to four sound processing operators at a time; among the available types are: morphing resonant and formant filters, eq, delay, reverb, pitch-shifter, compressor/expander, bitcrusher, distortion, full-wave rectifier and many more up to four modulators at a time; the list includes: LFO, envelope detector, ADSR step sequencer eight assignable knobs with MIDI learn option for access to the essential preset parameters built-in limiter that uses algorithms from PSP Xenon mastering limiter three displays, keyboard and mouse wheel support

192 factory presets

 

System requirements:

Due to technical limitations the PSP N2O is available in the non ilok version only.

PC
VST
Windows x32 or x64 (XP Service Pack 2, Vista or 7) VST 2.4 compatible application RTAS
Windows x32 or x64 (XP Service Pack 2, Vista or 7) ProTools LE 8.0.0 or ProTools TDM 8.0.0 (or later)
Mac

AudioUnit

Mac OSX 10.5 or later
32 or 64-bit host application capable of running AudioUnit plug-ins with Cocoa view VST

 

Mac OSX 10.5 or later
VST 2.4 compatible application
RTAS

 

Mac OSX 10.5 or later
ProTools LE 8.0.0 or ProTools TDM 8.0.0 (or later)

 

MSRP 149* USD

Until Friday (31/12/2010) registered PSP Nitro users can buy cross-grade from Nitro to PSP N2O at the special price of $69*. Starting on 1st January 2011 the price will rise to $79*. Starting from 10th January 2011 regular cross-grade price $99* will be applied. (* all prices exclude taxes).

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