Multi-Octave Analog Harmonic Saturator

Crysonic announces nXtasy V2 for Mac OSX and PC      09/07/07

Multi-Octave Analog Harmonic Saturator

Crysonic have announced the release of nXtasy V2 and its availability in Native Mac OSX AU,VST (PPC /Intel Mac) and PC VST formats.
nXtasy V2 is an Analog based multi-octave harmonic saturation audio DSP plug-in supporting 64-Bit internal precision. Crysonic say that its primary ability is to add multi-octave harmonics and induce tube like saturation effects that are extremely close to popular analog hardware. They tell us that it is especially potent for enhancing and adding punch to bass and clarity to any audio material as well as enhancing any sound lacking in harmonic content.
Crysonic say that nXtasy V2 is 'Super CPU Efficient' and can easily be applied to as many tracks as required at once without straining system resources, thus opening many creative uses. With its new user friendly interface and an LCD Panel layout, nXtasy V2 should be fine for rapid tweaking to establish the right sound for your requirements.
nXtasy V2 main features
  • Multi-Octave Vintage Harmonic Adjustment
  • Analog Saturation induction
  • Tape Saturation induction
  • Super CPU Efficient
  • Separate Left and Right Channel control
  • Linking of Harmonics Channels
  • Graphical LCD Panel
  • Mouse Over Help / Hint per control
  • Wet / Dry Mix Dial
  • Full automation for all parameters via the host
  • Extremely efficient CPU usage
  • 64-bit internal precision
  • 24bit/96Khz audio support
  • Highly optimized assembly DSP code with Vectorization on the Mac OS X Platform
  • Mastering, Mixing, Tracking, restoration, audio post production and track sweetening
Pricing and Availability:
nXtasy V2 is now available for purchase online from the crysonic website at $54.95
Previous crysonic customers are eligible to purchase at $26.95
More information and demo:

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