Audioease – Altiverb 7 XL 7.2.6 VST, AAX x86 x64

By | July 2, 2016

av7

 

Altiverb is a sampled acoustics Reverb plugin for that offers realistic one, two and four channel sampled acoustics of real halls, cathedrals, bathrooms and virtually any real acoustic environment. Included are dozens of acoustic samples ranging from the Amsterdam Concertgebouw to bathrooms and closets.

Altiverb also lets you sample acoustic spaces – or hardware reverbs – on your own.

Altiverb is the first reverb plug-in to take full advantage of the power of Apple’s Altivec Velocity Engine which means that it requires a G4 as a minimum specification to even run

 

 

torent magnet

12 thoughts on “Audioease – Altiverb 7 XL 7.2.6 VST, AAX x86 x64

  1. Taylor

    Got a solid state drive and reinstalled Windows and now it’s crashing every time I try to open it in Bitwig….anyone have any ideas? Worked fine on my last installation.

    Reply
  2. Stsenarist

    Not sure if it’s the SSD in question (I have a nvme m2 SSD) but DAW crashes when I load Altiverb from VST list.

    Reply
  3. Farid

    on SSD, Windows 10 Pro, Cubase 10.5 Pro Works when you change Cubase capability to Windows 8.

    Reply
  4. lordkoos

    Crashes Samplitude Pro X5 every time I load a project that contains the plugin. Had to delete Altiverb to be able to open sessions.

    Reply
  5. adude

    I literally just want to try this thing before I drop hundreds of euro on it and god damn is this thing difficult to install and get running. has anyone had luck?

    Reply
  6. Donny Trump

    Some installation guidance in the notes would have been good. I ran the installer, copied the cracked dll’s into the relevant plugins folders & Altiverb is a no show in Studio One. I noticed a pop up during the installation that referred to ilock licenses etc. Can anyone help with some instructions?

    Reply
  7. Lisztfreak

    it worked on windows 7 Nuendo 5 32 bit… I need in my 64 bit Nuendo 10

    Reply
  8. ALPER CAN

    @Farid is right. Im on Windows 10 using cubase 11. When I changed the windows compatibility to windows 8 it worked. Right click cubase – properties – compatibility tab – compatibility mode – run this program in compatibility mod for “windows 8”.

    Reply
  9. Francesco

    For everyone having the problem “I installed it but Ableton doesn’t recognize it”, try this:

    1. Download “jBridger”
    2. Open it and click “I’ll be using a x64 host”
    3. Click “Create bridging files inside a directory I’ll specify” then select the directory and the .dll Altiverb file
    4. Generate the file .dll
    5. Copy the generated .dll file and its “Altiverb 7.64.txt” file inside your vst plugins folder
    6. Open Ableton and scan for plugins

    Now it should work 🙂 !

    Reply
  10. vasile molosit

    i tried wht you said but not working,anything i am missing?

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Advertisements