We brought you a video from the NAMM show and the news that Sony Oxford is extending its range of premier plug-ins to Appleâ€™s Audio Units platform but Sony have since made an official announcement so here are some more details directly from themâ€¦
Now with the launch of Audio Units versions, Oxford Plug-ins are available for Logic Pro, Digital Performer, Bias Peak and even video applications such as Final Cut Pro.
Sony Oxford vice president of Sales & Marketing, Nathan Eames had this to say, â€œWe are really excited about expanding our plug-in range to Appleâ€™s platform. It is clear that there is a vast number of Logic and DP users who demand professional sounding plug-ins for their mixes. Now we are able to offer the Oxford plug-ins on this platform to help users achieve the highest quality mixes.â€�
Ron Okamoto, Appleâ€™s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations added, â€œThe power and performance of our Intel-based Macs combined with Mac OS X Audio Units offers the most compelling platform for music creation ever â€œWeâ€™re pleased to see Sony Oxford supporting Universal versions of Audio Units, joining thousands of developers taking advantage of our easy to use developer tools." Pricing and Availability:
The initial Audio Units compatible Oxford plug-ins are: EQ, Dynamics and Limiter.
The Inflator, Transient Modulator and Reverb plug-ins will become available in the very near future.
Purchasers of Sony Oxfordâ€™s Native plug-ins will receive one licence which will be compatible with Pro Tools LE, Pro Tools
M-Powered and Audio Units applications such as Logic and Digital Performer.
Pricing of Sonyâ€™s Native plug-ins starts from as little as $207 (Â£115) with very attractive discounts of up to 40% for purchasers of bundles.
Existing owners of Oxford plug-ins, whether TDM, LE or Powercore versions, can upgrade to the latest versions and get
Native licences free of charge. More information: