Black Salt Audio – Bundle 26.02.2024 (VST, VST3, AU) [OSX]

By | March 4, 2024

 

Year of manufacture: 2024
Version: v1.0.0
Developer: Black Salt Audio
Developer website: Black Salt Audio
Platform: Intel/Apple Silicon Universal
Interface language: English
Tablet: Program treated (does not require data entry)
System requirements: Mac OS X 10.13+ and later


Description: Instantly add impact, richness and clarity to any mix
BSA Reviver’s adaptive processing automatically distinguishes between transition and stable layers. This means you can add extra warmth, punch, crispness and clarity to your transition layers while keeping the stable material in your mix completely intact.

Add. information: included
– Clipper v1.1.0
– Escalator v1.3.2
– Low Control v1.2.1
– Oxygen v1.2.0
– Reviver v1.1.2
– Silencer v1.0.8
– Telofi v1.1.1


3 thoughts on “Black Salt Audio – Bundle 26.02.2024 (VST, VST3, AU) [OSX]

  1. guy

    is the download links on all pages now working? or is it just me?

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  2. obo

    @thatmixingguy

    The instructions for performing the terminal commands didn’t work for me either (I assume that’s what you’ve run into?)

    I ended up just installing with the included .pkg files (one for each of the plugins – so that’s 7 installs in total).

    Once you’ve installed each of those, you’re going to go back to the individual plugin folders (where you got the .pkg files to install) and you’ll see a file within each called “K’D”. You just grab the plugin from the K’d folder and drag in into your plugin folder (VST3 for me but if you’re using AUV, it would be your component plugin folder). Because you already installed, its going to ask you if you want to replace the file with the one you’re dragging into your plugin folder – you do. You’re basically taking the K’d files and replacing the VST3 or AUV file that ended up in your plugin folder as a result of the 7 installs you did.

    Once you’ve copied all 7 of the K’d files to your plugins folder, you just need to remove the quarantine so that your DAW finds them (I believe this was what the majority of the steps were for within terminal that didn’t work). That’s really it. At least it seems to be working for me in Ableton with no problems.

    More on removing the quarantines below:

    I have a program that does removes the quarantines and I just dragged all the K’d files into that program once they were in their proper places in the plugins folder. If you don’t have this, you can search online to find out the commands for removing the quaritines – there’s several ways to do it and it’s simple, I just don’t know the commands offhand. If you can’t get it let me know and I can tell you where to get hte program that removes quarantines or even send it to you but you should be good to go.

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