Space Designer Manager 3.0

Optimize and enhance the functionality of Space Designer.
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Improve and expand the impulse reverb management for Space Designer. Check out the options for configuring the instruments and access existing items, create new ones, monitor the designer drawback, save and import or export the materials, reset the project, etc.

Space Designer Manager extends the usability of Logic's popular Space Designer impulse reverb and is it's perfect companion. The ever and ever growing number of 3rd party and user impulse responses shows Space Designer's drawback: Before you can use a impulse response file you must load it into a setting and save it. If you have hundreds or thousands of files this will be an exhausting and almost impossible task, because you have do it one by one. Space Designer Manager keeps you being creative because it does the job automatically for you in seconds. Furthermore it can find and relink impulse responses back to the setting files they belong to, if Logic can not find the files at the position that was saved in the setting.
Space Designer Manager consists of two parts. On the left side you find the Generator which batch generates setting files for Space Designer compatible impulse responses. You can process single impulse response files, folders or multiple selections as you wish by drag and drop or the open file dialog. The program will process all files in folders and folders in folders with the format AIF, WAV, SD2 and SDIR in mono, stereo, truestereo, quadrophonic, B-Format and mono-omni surround. On the right side resides the Relinker which relinks setting files with the impulse responses they were originally pointing to by selecting a setting folder and the according impulse response folder. Relinker lets you choose the right file if there should be any files with the same name.
Space Designer Manager's Preferences Drawer lets you set various options for the pst setting file generation. You can decide if you want to use volume and latency compensation or not and also set the wet and dry level. For example, if you prefer the dry signal of your generated settings to be off, you can do so by simply setting the Dry Button to off.
The Help Drawer gives you instant information with a single click without having to open a help menu or separate help file.

Space Designer Manager Minimum System Requirements: Apple Intel based Mac 64bit computer running MacOS 10.6, 1Gb RAM, Apple Logic 7.

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