This is the first installment in a series to provide more background information on AriesVerb. There already exists the manual (see download page), but the manual is intended to be a reference. It tells you where the controls are and how to operate them, but does not go much into the “why” of things. That’s where this tutorial starts off.
The first chapter is about maybe the most enigmatic aspect of AriesVerb: The feedback matrix and it’s controls. The chapter is split in two parts. This first part (this part) is the theory and the second part will be the practice. Continue reading
Some people were paying attention and have already noticed that AriesVerb is currently selling for less than it used to. Yes this is true, and it’s now official: To celebrate the revival, AriesVerb goes for €99 ($109, £83, ¥11900) instead of €129 until the end of June. Get it here.
Today I am proud to publicly announce AriesVerb 0.7.7 with support for 64 bit architectures.
On the Mac, AriesVerb is now deployed as a universal (fat) binary which will load seamlessly into both 32-bit and 64-bit hosts. On Windows, AriesVerb ships as two discrete dlls, one for each architecture. Some improvements and bug fixes have also been made. Check out the release notes for the full details!
Well, no longer. The new site should be more search-engine friendly and display nicely on mobile devices. Sound examples are presented as a playlist instead of simply being a table with mp3 files. I also converted all the previous news items to blog entries (dating back to 2004) so they can be browsed via the archive function.
There is a new version of AriesVerb with many bug fixes, some UI improvements and a redesigned save feature. Check out the release notes for the full details!