Digidesign TL Space Convolution Reverb for Pro Tools|HD Systems

Digidesign has announced Trillium Lane Labs TL Space, the first and only TDM convolution reverb for Pro Tools.

Boasting near-zero latency and superb sound quality, TL Space delivers a number of technical breakthroughs that unleash the full power of the Digidesign Pro Tools|HD Accel platform, and erase the difference between high-end reverb hardware units and software reverb processing.

At its finest with Pro Tools|HD Accel, TL Space includes a full-featured reverb engine that supports mono, stereo, and surround formats. Additionally, TL Space includes a library of reverb and effect impulses for music and post applications.

TL Space delivers stunning realism by combining the sampled acoustics of real spaces with advanced DSP algorithms. Using the latest Pro Tools|HD Accel hardware to the maximum benefit, TL Space harnesses up to eight Pro Tools|HD DSP engines in parallel to deliver smooth, low-latency convolution processing, avoiding typical heavy CPU strain. The processing power of multiple HD Accel DSP engines allows TL Space to deliver near-zero latency processing, and effortless interaction with the plug-in’s library enables mixing and matching of impulses between reverbs.

TL Space is available in a TDM edition supporting TDM, HTDM, RTAS, and AudioSuite for Pro Tools|HD and HD Accel systems, as well as a Native edition supporting RTAS and AudioSuite for Pro Tools|HD or Pro Tools LE systems running Pro Tools 6.2 or newer software.

The MSRP for TL Space TDM edition is $995 US. The Native edition is $495 US.

System Requirements

  • TDM Edition: Digidesign-approved Windows XP or Mac-based Pro Tools|HD system (Pro Tools |HD Accel for optimal performance) running Pro Tools TDM 6.2 or newer software
  • Native Edition: Digidesign-approved Windows XP- or Mac-based Pro Tools|HD or LE system running Pro Tools 6.2 or newer software
  • Both Editions: A PACE iLok USB Smart Key (purchased separately) and an iLok.com account are also required for licensing.

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