Fiedler Audio has announced the availability of Spacelab Interstellar 1.1.0 and Spacelab Ignition 1.1.1, which they say is the first and very important major update of Spacelab. Here's the details in the company's own words...
The following features have been added to both Spacelab Interstellar and Spacelab Ignition:
- Source Volume - The volume of each object source can now be controlled with a new parameter called Volume from inside Spacelab, speeding up the spatial mixing workflow.
- REO Spaces - The internal binauralizer of Spacelab now features three "space"-modes. The options Space - R, Space - E and Space - O offer different overall tonal characters, with Space - R being the setting compatible with previous versions of Spacelab. Depending on the content now there is a choice for getting the best possible room response for monitoring and binaural production.
- Fixed for Pro Tools - Spacelab Beam does not receive the correct time information from Pro Tools during playback. When other plugins with latency are on the same track in insert slots before Beam, this issue leads to tracks losing synch. To remedy this, the latency value now can be put manually in the about screen of Spacelab Beam in Pro Tools.
- Set Default Beam Gain - Producers now can define a default value for the Beam Gain in the Spacelab Beam Plugin. Just open the About Screen and type in the desired default level.
- From Spacelab straight to Dolby Atmos - To streamline the process of delivering a project in the Dolby Atmos format Fiedler Audio offers template projects for Logix Pro X and Cubase 12. More templates for other DAWs coming soon!
Summer Sale - To celebrate the new features and the new seamless workflow, Fiedler Audio starts the Spacelab Ignition Summer Sale. Until August 31st, 2022 Spacelab Ignition is available from the Fiedler Audio Website for just Euro 149,- and USD 169,-.
The update is available to all registered owners of Spacelab Interstellar and Spacelab Ignition for free from here.
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