Annonces Digidesign AIR Lo-Fi
I'm currently running the Digidesign AIR Lo-Fi plug-in and Pro Tools 8 on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I run Pro Tools 8 with a Digi 002R audio interface. I just upgraded to Pro Tools 8 from 7.4 on my home system, but had been using at a professional studio since it came out. However, I didn't use the Lo-Fi plug-in at all until getting it at home. Thus far, I can't say I've had any problems running the plug-in within my home configuration. I should say that I've only had a need so far to run one instance of the plug-in at a time, and I really don't see that changing. I would imagine that most users won't be using too many of these at once, so the majority of users will be fine regardless of their system specifications.
While not always needed, the Digidesign AIR Lo-Fi can definitely do some cool things to your sound. It goes behind just being your average "lo-fi" plug-in, as it gives you access to control that you don't normally get with plug-ins of this nature. Pair this up with the fact that it is a free bee with Pro Tools 8, and you've got yourself a great deal here. Even if it isn't the type of plug-in that I'll be using very often, I'm very happy to have it around for when I might need it, especially considering that I probably wouldn't ever have the chance to spend money on a plug-in like this...
- Manufacturer: Digidesign
- Model: AIR Lo-Fi
- Category: Software Filters
- Added in our database on: 04/06/2010
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Other names: air lo fi, airlofi