6 January 2006 — A set of interior acoustics of a jumbo jet has been released for Altiverb, the convolution reverb of Audio Ease.
Aviodrome Museum in Lelystad NL made available their Boeing 747 to Audio Ease for one unforgettable recording afternoon. Between 1978 and 2003 this airplane was known as 747-206B(M)(SUD) PH-BUK, and it was in the air 17 hours a day on average.
This release fits into Audio Ease’s recent focus on the expansion of its Audio Post Production library. Recent post pro additions include the acoustics of 20 european car interiors, the limestone Caverns of Howe NY, Antwerp sports stadium, and a set of samples recorded through walls, floors and closed doors of a house.
At audioease.com these samples are made available for unrestricted demo download for a limited time, so feel free to pick them up together with a demo of Altiverb to listen to your audio in the cockpit, the passenger cabins or on the lavatory of a jumbo jet.
Altiverb was the first real-time convolution reverb plug-in around. And has won many awards since.
Audio Ease are the Netherlands based makers of Altiverb, Barbabatch and several other award winning music software packages.