Vintage Keyboard FX Update

Scarbee release VKFX version 2.0 with redesigned GUI and other features      03/01/08

Vintage Keyboard FX Update


Scarbee have announced version 2.0 of their Vintage Keyboard FX (VKFX ) which will be a free update to registered users. The user interface engine of this virtual rack of different vintage analogue effects processors has been totally redesigned by Scarbee’s Alfonso De Prisco and Thomas Serafini from Overloud who has used same GUI engine for their Breverb reverb plug-in.
Changes and features in VKFX version 2.0:
  • Universal Binary format (Mac Intel compatible)
  • VST format (Mac Intel compatible) added
  • RTAS format PC/Mac (Mac Intel compatible) added
  • Preset loading on MIDI program change.
  • Working Audio Unit automations
  • Display showing preset names
  • Undo/Redo buttons are now lit when the corresponding actions is available
  • Changes in speed knob labels that act as offset controls in sync mode
  • User interface engine redesigned
  • D6-C filter/EQ plugin included in installers
Changes and features in D6-C Filter 2.0:
  • Universal Binary format (Mac Intel compatible)
  • VST format (Mac Intel compatible) added
  • RTAS format PC/Mac (Mac Intel compatible) added
  • User interface engine redesigned
Pricing and Availability:
Free download for registered users.
More information:



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