E-MU Power FX Now Shipping

Free download from emu.com      27/09/04

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E-MU Power FX Now Shipping
More power to ya - quite literally folks

The E-MU Power FX hardware accelerated VST effects software we saw at this year's Summer NAMM, now ships with all E-MU® Digital Audio Systems and Emulator X Desktop Sampling Systems. The system is available to current owners as a free download at www.emu.com. E-MU Power FX is a software update that allows all E-MU Digital Audio Systems and Emulator X owners to use over 600 hardware-accelerated E-DSP effects as VST plug-ins in Steinberg’s Cubase™ and other (PC only) VST hosting applications with no load on the CPU. The E-MU Power FX software launch also marks the release of E-MU’s first expansion plug-in effects, adding a new reverb and seven new delay algorithms to E-MU’s comprehensive Effects Palette. These new algorithms optimize the resources of E-MU’s E-DSP effects engine, allowing users to run more reverbs and delays than before. These new effects are part of the E-MU Power FX download and free to all Digital Audio System and Emulator X owners at
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