Year of issue: 2008
Developer: TriTone Digital
Platform: PPC / Intel universal
System requirements: Mac OSX 10.3.9 or later
G5 2 GHz or faster recommended.
Up to 32 bit / 96 kHz operation.
Requires ProTools 7 or higher for RTAS use.
Interface language: English only
Description: TriTone ColorTone-Pro simulates studio hardware devices through “convolution”. Includes impulse responses from known devices, and the ability to create your own. There are controls for the intensity of color and “warming” of the sound, a mode of mixing direct and processed signals (the balance depends on the level of the input signal) with a control for the level of the processed signal, controls and indicators of input and output levels. Bit depths up to 32 bits and sampling rates up to 96 kHz are supported.
Add. Information: Powered by Snow Leo – personally checked! Doesn’t work without pluggo and is not defined as AU
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING THE PLUGIN – READ ALL !!!
I’ll write right away, the installation goes haemorrhoid and through the ass … obviously this is what the programmers of this plugin intended …
- From the downloaded folder, run the pluggo361 file, and install pluggo (it may write that the installation was unsuccessful – it doesn’t bother us!)
Run the installer TTD_COLORTONE_PRO_1_53_MAC
If you are working in Logic, then at startup AU Manager will start and detect 110 new plugins (here you have to kill 5-10 minutes of time, when scanning new plugins, a message will fly out that this or that Plugin is not installed and offers to download it from the site – just click CANCEL (the Сancel key will have to be pressed about 80 times), and the auvaltool constantly stops working – just do not pay attention to it! But close it at the very end of the scan)
Medicine in nfo file !!!
P.S. ColorTone itself works fine, when scanning with auvaltool, for some reason Crashed Validation did not immediately go to xmode synth – I scanned it manually through the AU Manager in Logic, after that everything became as it should)