BIAS Peak 2.5

Author: BIAS
Category: Music & Sound
Shared by: MR
On: 2014-04-14 23:24:21
Updated by: that-ben
On: 2019-12-09 09:08:53
Other contributors: Alex
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  • Installer splash screen 

What is BIAS Peak 2.5?

Peak 2.0 Highlights

  • Digidesign DAE™ support
  • TDM™ & Audiosuite™ Plug-In support
  • Real-time Adobe Premiere™ Plug-Ins
  • Support for 24- and 32-bit files
  • Playlist-direct CDR burning
  • QuickTime™ movie window
  • SMPTE synchronization
  • Expanded sampler support
  • Improved toolset & user interface

 

At the time Peak was a the most full-featured easy-to-use 2-track digital audio editing program available. In just two short years after its initial release, BIAS Peak evolved into a digital audio editing standard winning critical acclaim from numerous experts and leading publications. Peak 2.0 was the easiest 2-track tool Macintosh audio professionals could use to take their audio from conception to final mix, CD, video, film, or the Web.

Peak breathes new life into any Mac audio program, multitrack workstation, integrated MIDI sequencing software, sound card, multimedia authoring program, or non-linear video editing system. With support for AIFF, SDIl, .WAV, QuickTime™ Pro Tools-style dual-mono files, RealAudio™ 2.0, 3.0 & 5.0 Internet sound files, multiple compression formats including QDesign, IMA, µ-Law and others, as well as support for files all the way up to 32-bits, Peak was a fluent in many audio languages.

Beyond the bread-and-butter processing Peak had loads of exciting, flexible and creative tools for making rhythmic and sonic discoveries. Finding just the right sample loop point with the Loop Tuner was an on-the-fly snap, and the Loop Surfer created real-time, tempo-based loops from audio clips. There's also advanced batch file processing, click repair, custom blend and fade envelopes, innovative DSP tools, and the ability to import multiple audio tracks from CD. Peak 2.0 was the most complete disk-based editing solution offering full support for MIDI samplers, including AKAI, E-mu, Ensoniq, Kurzweil, Peavey, Yamaha, and others.

 


Download BIAS Peak 2.5 for Mac

Peak--TDM-2-50.sit (17.12 MiB / 17.95 MB)
Peak TDM v2.5.3 installer / compressed w/ Stuffit
19 / 2017-11-06 / 2019-12-09 / c35605bf48a64c2b2fde03998d34e036f713e622 / /
peak25.sit (982.71 KiB / 1006.3 KB)
BIAS Peak v2.5 / Pre-installed application folder / compressed w/ Stuffit
91 / 2014-04-14 / 2019-12-09 / 49d4eb118b3a6998e40792760876cb0b44da1430 / /
Install-Peak--LE-2-5--Trial--1.sit (3.26 MiB / 3.42 MB)
/ compressed w/ Stuffit
5 / 2017-11-05 / 2019-12-09 / 7b9e379e222cc0194f91fe60c0478f2ac415cae8 / /
Peak-2-1-Demo.sit (3.99 MiB / 4.18 MB)
/ compressed w/ Stuffit
3 / 2017-11-05 / 5dd8183128ae322ea71b013023bffb2c8e0e4061 / /
Peak-2-02-Demo.sit (2.58 MiB / 2.71 MB)
/ compressed w/ Stuffit
3 / 2017-11-06 / 092332b41cc41dfd8bec0a712adbfe293f4c7557 / /
Peak-LE-2-01-Demo.sit (2.46 MiB / 2.58 MB)
/ compressed w/ Stuffit
3 / 2017-11-06 / 4886b249578a88b6ee76cbd3934ea0de280e8df3 / /


Architecture


IBM PowerPC



System Requirements

From Mac OS 7.1 up to Mac OS 9.2





Compatibility notes

Architecture: PPC

At least 32MB of RAM

Mac OS 7.1 - Mac OS 9.2.2

Quicktime 3.0 or later

18ms average seek time recommended for SCSI hard drive
640 x 480 minimum screen resolution; color monitor recommended
Apple Sound Manager 3.3 or later
Recording and playback of sounds at higher bit depths (eg 16-, 24-, 32-bits), may requires compatible hardware or third party audio card and drivers
DAE support requires an additional 10MB RAM and supported Digidesign audio hardware

 


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