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Berlin Studio

With Berlin Studio you can add the beautiful acoustics of Teldex Studio to your mixes. This studio is famous for decades of classical recordings and well known to composers for being the home of many acclaimed sample libraries.

The signature sound of this recording stage – approximately the same size as Abbey Road One – has been captured by recording special signals emitted from the main orchestral stage positions with the studio’s main microphones and processing these recordings into acoustical “fingerprints”, also known as impulse responses (IRs).

Meticulous post-pro editing has resulted in a very consistent and accurate set of IRs in True-Stereo format. If you are already familiar with previous IRs from Samplicity, you know they are rated among the very best, with low signal-to-noise ratios and excellent stereo imaging.

With its flexible handling of microphone perspectives, pre-delays, early reflections and reverb tails Berlin Studio allows you to seamlessly mix and match virtual instruments from different vendors in a unique acoustic environment.

Of course Berlin Studio is also an excellent tool for making real instruments sound like they were recorded in this great venue.


Requirements

macOSApple Silicon CPU (natively supported)
Intel i5, i7 or better (natively supported)
OS version: 10.13 (High Sierra) – Montery (12)+
WindowsIntel i5, i7 or better
AMD not recommended because of the plugin’s internal Intel optimizations
OS version: 10/11 – 7 and 8.1 work, but are not supported
MemoryHost requirement + 150 Mb
Disk space700 Mb, preferably on an SSD
DisplayAt least 1600 x 900 logical pixels

Specifications

Formats: VST3 (macOS and Windows), AU (macOS), AAX (macOS and Windows)

Latency: zero

Sample rates: the convolution engine works with sample rates up to 96 kHz. With higher host sample rates its input signal is downsampled to 96 kHz or 88.2 kHz, processed and upsampled. Other components work at rates up to 192 kHz.

Pre-ordering

Pre-ordering is a way for you to support us in the last phases of our development, testing and marketing. In return you get a significant discount from the regular price.

Discounts may be reduced in the last weeks before a product is released.