Lounge Lizard Joins OS X

And RTAS too      05/08/03

Lounge Lizard Joins OS X
Lounge Lizard EP 2 - even more realism

Applied Acoustics Systems renowned for their Lounge Lizard EP software emulation of the electric piano, today announced the Lounge Lizard EP-2 - or perhaps that V 2.0. The original LL EP was acclaimed by the industry's top publications and musicians as "one of the most impressive virtual instruments" available today, the Lounge Lizard's "punchy, organic" tone and "unbeatable value" have made it the electric piano of choice for many of the world's top studios. Lounge Lizard EP-2 Electric Piano now adds support for Mac OS X and RTAS
  • Now includes key release model for even greater realism
  • New second pick up model based on measurements taken from other pianos
  • All effects modulation and stereo delays sync to host tempo
  • Support for MIDI program change for hands-free operation
  • New browser interface makes finding presets quick and easy
  • Optimized DSP engine for 3 times greater CPU performance
  • Support for Digidesign's RTAS plug-in format for Pro Tools 6.x
  • Support for OS X The Lounge Lizard is available now at a suggested retail price of $249 for Mac OS X and Windows systems, and as an upgrade for existing users for $49. Further Information is available from the AAS website at
  • http://www.applied-acoustics.com.

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