SoundToys V3 Upgrades Available Now

Universal Binary support, Audio Units versions plus new features      16/03/07

SoundToys V3 Upgrades Available Now
Echoboy

The new SoundToys V3 release is now available for download. This upgrade includes:
  • Universal Binary support for the full product line in Pro Tools TDM, LE, and M-Powered.
  • Support for Apple's Logic Pro 7, Digital Performer 5 and Live 6 with new Audio Units versions of EchoBoy, FilterFreak, PhaseMistress, Crystallizer, and Tremolator. (Speed support coming at a later date.)
  • New mono-to-stereo versions of Tremolator, FilterFreak1 & FilterFreak2 for dramatic stereo effects.
  • The addition of a front panel low-frequency cut control for EchoBoy for easy tweaking of the low-end.
  • Support for Pro Tools automation enable key command shortcuts on all plug-ins.
  • Exclusive new "Parameter Lock" function that allows you to lock down the wet/dry mix setting, or other parameters, while browsing the extensive SoundToys preset library.
  • The first 3 preset expander packs, Pulsator, FilterFunk, and Bass Guitar Tone Machine are now included in the SoundToy V3 update. Look for future preset expanders in the near future.
Pricing and Availability:
All users who purchased SoundToys products on or after January 1st, 2007 will receive the V3 upgrade free of charge
More information:



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