MESSE05: New PowerCore PCI Card From TC

TC Electronic Debuts PowerCore PCI mkII      06/04/05
MESSE05: New PowerCore PCI Card From TC


TC Electronic have announced the PowerCore PCI mkII. With a potent combination of 14 state-of-the-art processing plug-ins and 4 x 150 mHz DSPs, the new blue colored PCI card is the obvious choice for any professional sound engineer with a VST, AU or RTAS compatible audio system. The plug-in bundle that comes with PCI mkII contains the same 14 plug-ins as the PowerCore FireWire. PowerCore PCI mkII is designed for professional audio tasks, and with the included and optional plug-ins it can be optimized for a variety of applications such as mastering, vocal processing and sound design. The blue PowerCore PCI mkII card yields the same performance as the rack-based PowerCore FireWire, and measures only half the size of the existing green PowerCore PCI cards, making the PCI mkII compatible with the new short computer types. The PowerCore PCI mkII will be able to run all current and future PowerCore plug-ins at best performance. Included plug-ins
  • Classic Verb
  • Mega Reverb
  • Chorus delay
  • EQSat Custom
  • Vintage CL
  • 24/7 C
  • Voice Strip
  • PowerCore 01
  • Tubifex
  • Master X3
  • Filtroid
  • Character
  • Dynamic EQ
  • DeNoise. RTAS (ProTools) is supported via the VST to RTAS adapter from FXpansion (optional). The whole package will be shipping in May 2005 at EUR 1140 retail ex. VAT. More info:
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