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BIAS Peak 3.x & 4.x

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Peak_4.dmg_.sit (535.41 MB)
For Mac OS X
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Download are installers for Peak 4 and Peak 3.2 in a DMG.
See also : BIAS Peak 2.5

Architecture: PPC (Carbonized)

For version 4 :

• Any G3/G4 Macintosh or PowerBook (including iMac and iBook)
• Mac OS X v.10.2 or later
• 256 MB RAM
• A hard drive with 18ms access time or better
• Color Monitor, minimum 640x480 resolution


FlashRavage's picture
by FlashRavage - 2018, November 17 - 1:58pm

Bummer! No serial or authorization code

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 12 - 11:59am

Yep. I think I will move all useful informations about version 2.5 on the other page & remove them here. I will let only version 4 & modify this page to follow the presentation...

[EDIT] Done ! All the informations have been moved to the other page. Now, this one only concerns Mac OS X compatible machines.

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2017, June 11 - 11:11pm

Didn´t see the BIAS Peak page either.
Lets see what we can make of it. Maybe add the installer and seperate v. 4?

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2017, June 11 - 7:15pm

Thanks for making something useful out of the page MacTouch!
I looked at the Peak 4 dmg and it works with Rosetta in 10.6.8.
Also there is a 3.2 installer (PPC G4) included.
Sadly 3.2 crashes my SheepShaver setup and the host. ASIO drivers are the likely culprit.

A serial is included, but the activation code is invalid.
The 14 day trial is possible still.

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 10 - 10:23pm

Hi 24bit,

I have found a version 2.5 of Peak on Internet. It seems to works only on PPC platforms. Should I upload it & modify also the page for ? BIAS ceased business in 2012...

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2017, June 10 - 1:07pm

If you have a copy, please upload.
If it should not match the ten year rule, it may still live on the sever hidden.
Maybe themacmeister can shed some light on this page?

uyjulian's picture
by uyjulian - 2014, February 14 - 6:49pm


macjames's picture
by macjames - 2013, December 4 - 12:24am

Was this from BIAS also? It seems Peak was bundled with several early versions of Final Cut Pro (2, 3, 4, not sure about FCP1)

supernova777's picture
by supernova777 - 2013, December 3 - 6:20pm

can we get a reup? did this require authorization?