rewind download & support
Rewind requires AVX2 to run. To check if your system is compatible, the easiest way is to run the installer by downloading it above. It will verify your system eligibility. Alternatively, you can run the following command in Terminal: “sysctl -a | grep AVX2 > /dev/null && echo YES || echo NO”.
No. In order to provide low latency monitoring, Rewind takes exclusive control of the audio device being used. Other applications may malfunction if Rewind takes exclusive control whilst they are using the device.
Rewind is in active development and we’d love your feedback! Please let us know your ideas and dreams at email@example.com.
Not right now but if you would be interested in this, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org,
At the moment, no. We are actively working on support for M1 machines and hope to release an update shortly.
Not currently. Please contact email@example.com should this be a requirement for your use case.
Should you require more than 128 channels, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.
Professional (64 channels) licences will be available from late-November. To be notified when they’re released, sign up for updates here.
In the unlikely event that you’d like a refund, please get in touch with us at email@example.com. We are able to offer refunds within 7 days of purchase, providing the licence is surrendered within this time.
Yes. If you’re looking to purchase Rewind for multiple projects, or use it in an education setting (either as user or for teaching), please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll sort a pricing structure that works for you.