Tasmann 4 Box AAS

Tasmann 4 AAS - A Monster modular. A dream world where you create monster hybrids that process and synthesize by combining substractive, additive, FM, and acoustic objects.

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WINDOWS – MAC OS X – UNIVERSAL BINARY – VST – AU – RTAS  Tasmann 4 AAS - A Monster modular. A dream world where you create monster hybrids that process and synthesize by combining substractive, additive, FM, and acoustic objects.

 

What's Tassman?

Tassman is an extremly rich modular sound synthesis environment based on physical modeling. It is both an impressive collection of unique synths and effect processors, and a tightly integrated synthesis studio which lets you customize instruments in any way you wish or even create your own from scratch.

A huge collection of instruments

Choose from a library of 50 synths and more than 1000 presets created by top sound designers. These offer a near infinite range of creative possibilities, from highly realistic emulation of acoustic instruments, analog and FM synthesizers, loop processors to unique hybrid creation simply not possible by any other means.

A synthesizer or an effect processor

Tassman can be used both as a synthesizer and a real-time audio effect processor. For example, acoustic resonators can be used to add unique texture to your sound. Use Tassman as an effect plug-in in your favorite host application.

 

Tassman 4 Manual 1.9 Mo

 

The benefits of physical modeling

  • Sound manipulation at the source core
  • Presets load in a flash
  • Super smooth dynamics—no velocity layers
  • Small memory footprint
  • Installs in less than a minute

 

 

Sound examples

Here you'll find examples of the Tasmann in action of all shapes and sizes, including several solos which allow you to accurately hear the Tasmann tonal quality, and mixed examples to suit just about any taste.

 

 

The gory details

Minimum system requirements, compatibility, sample rates, bit-depth, etc…

PC minimum system requirements*

  • Windows XP/Vista/7 32-bit/64-bit
  • Intel Pentium III 1 GHz or equivalent processor
  • 512 MB of RAM
  • 70 MB of free hard drive space
  • 1024 x 768 screen resolution
  • Windows-compatible audio interface
  • Windows-compatible MIDI interface/keyboard

PC compatibility

  • VST 32-bit/64-bit and RTAS plug-in hosts
  • ASIO, WDM, DirectSound audio drivers

Mac minimum system requirements*

  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
  • PowerPC G5 or Intel Core processor
  • 512 MB of RAM
  • 70 MB of free hard drive space
  • 1024 x 768 screen resolution
  • Built-in audio interface
  • Mac OS X-compatible MIDI interface/keyboard

Mac compatibility

  • VST, Audio Unit, RTAS (Pro Tools 7.0 or later) plug-in hosts
  • Mac OS X-compatible audio interface

*The minimum system requirements mentioned above are for standalone usage. For plug-in usage, please refer to your DAW software requirements (Sonar, Pro Tools, Cubase, Live, Digital Performer, Logic Pro, etc.).

 

Highlights

  • Audio bit-depth and sample rates up to 24-bit/192 kHz
  • MIDI and host automation support
  • MIDI Program Change support
  • Host tempo synchronization
  • Standalone operation—no host application required

 

Take it for a spin

There is nothing like a test drive before you buy. Less than 16 MB to download. Seconds to install.

 

Windows quick start guide


 

 

 

Version demo Tassman 4 Installer Windows 10.1 Mo

 

Using Tassman in standalone mode

Launch the Tassman 4 Demo from the Start » All Programs » Applied Acoustics Systems » Tassman 4 Demo menu.

Audio configuration

Select your soundcard port from the list in the Audio Configuration dialog from the Audio » Audio Settings... menu.

MIDI configuration

Select/highlight your MIDI port from the list in the MIDI Configuration dialog from the MIDI » MIDI Settings... menu.

 

Mac OS X quick start guide

 

 

 

 

Version demo Tassman 4 Installer Mac OS X 15.3 Mo

 

Using Tassman in standalone mode

Double-click on the Tassman 4 Demo icon located in the Applications folder.

Audio configuration

Select your audio device from the list in the Audio Settings dialog from the Audio » Audio Settings... menu.

MIDI configuration

Select/highlight your MIDI port from the list in the MIDI Settings dialog from the MIDI » MIDI Settings... menu.

 

Demo Limitations

  • Save functions have been disabled.
  • Import/Export functions have been disabled.
  • Sound is interrupted every few seconds.
  • The Tassman 4 Demo must be restarted after 20 minutes.

 

Using Tassman as an instrument plug-in

The Tassman plug-in integrates seamlessly into the industry most popular multi-track recording and sequencing environments both as a virtual instrument plug-in. Tassman works as any other plug-in in these environments so we recommend that you refer to your host sequencer documentation in case you have problem running Tassman as a plug-in.

Using your MIDI controller knobs and faders

Every parameter on Tassman's interface can be linked to an external MIDI controller. To assign a MIDI Link, right-click (Control-click on a Mac) on a control (knob, button, slider, etc.) and a contextual menu will appear. Choose Learn MIDI Link. Move a knob or slider on your MIDI controller. This will link the control of Tassman 4 to the MIDI controller you just moved.

Using MIDI program changes

MIDI program changes have been assigned to the factory Presets or Performaces. You can therefore use program changes to explore the Tassman library.

Manual

The Tassman manual (paper) is included and is accessible from the Help menu