Year/Date of Issue: 05.2021
Developer website: Steinberg
Format: VSTi, VSTi3, AAX, AUi, NKS
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: present (license generator. On macOS without WIN emulation) | VR
System Requirements: Windows 8.x / Windows 10, macOS High Sierra, macOS Mojave, macOS Catalina, macOS Big Sur (M1 – Rosetta 2 App)
64-bit Intel or AMD multi-core
4 GB RAM
Description: Padshop Pro is an improved version of Steinberg’s cutting-edge VST synthesizer and offers several new effects and features to meet the requirements of professional sound engineers and experienced creatives. The Pro version offers import and processing of user samples in a way that will forever affect your perception of sound.
Padshop Pro Exclusive Features: Drag-and-drop sample import for advanced sound design projects and custom presets. 3-band parametric EQ per layer for clarity and smoothness in the mix. Algorithmic reverb to enrich your sound with fullness and atmosphere. 50 new presets with atmospheric pads and evolving sounds.
Samples: With Padshop Pro, sound designers and creatives can use their own samples and recordings to fuel Padshop’s granular synthesis engine. Record new sounds in Cubase and drag and drop the file directly into Padshop Pro to create custom sound settings. Own samples can also be imported from MediaBay or through the convenient browser in Padshop Pro. WAV and AIF formats up to ten minutes long are supported.
Effects Expert: With two additional effects, Padshop Pro has everything you need to create your own impressive granular synthetic presets. The Pro version comes with a 3-band parametric EQ for every level. With a frequency response of 20Hz to 20,000Hz, the EQ allows you to increase the clarity and smoothness of your custom presets and gives you the ability to edit sounds right from the first step.
Sound content download HERE (folder Content Padshop 2 WIN.MAC 5.51 GB)
New in version :
Fixed possible crash in Cubase when loading
HALLY-8601 Fixed wrong swing factor after loading presets
HVIS-8392 Fixed behavior of Retrigger Mode “First”