Fielding DSP Reviver now 64bit compatible and only $29 instead of $199

Discussion in 'Software News' started by fieldingdsp, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. fieldingdsp

    fieldingdsp Newbie

    Apr 1, 2012
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    It's been a while since the last update of Reviver, our acclaimed harmonic distortion plugin - mostly because it just works. Today, however, we are happy to announce two major upgrades:

    1. Reviver is now 64bit compatible!
    2. Even better: Starting today, you can buy Reviver for only $29 instead of $199.
    When we first started Reviver, our customers were mostly professional producers or engineers. With the prices of DAWs and other plug-ins dropping rapidly, however, professional tools have become accessible to semi-professionals and hobbyists. We think this is a great development allowing a whole new range of musicians and producers to take part in this creative process.

    We believe that the future of music production will allow anyone with talent, regardless of their budget, to make good music and be successful. For this to happen, high-quality tools need to drop in price. Fielding DSP is taking a first step in this direction by radically dropping the price on its flagship product Reviver.

    Find out more on our website:
  3. Jessycd

    Jessycd Newbie

    Nov 26, 2011
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    Thank you ! Hey this is a great stuff ! This kind of little secrets that make your mix sounds killer :wink:

    I'll keep trying it tomorrow and probably buy it next !

    But it's very unclear, you don't know if it Mac, Windows, don't know if it's VST, AU, RTAS... There's no information ! There's even something saying "VST Beta soon" etc... So I thought "Ok, Windows again..."

    I just tried to download it and see by myself but most of the time when nothing is written it's Win VSTs...

    At least I was happy to find it in my Logic ;)

    EDIT : Shit, I spent time on the page earlier, I just see the "System Requirement" section... Looks like I'm becoming blind...
  4. Willum

    Willum Member

    Jun 13, 2011
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    I think this is similar for windows users, "Christortion", from this page.