WNAMM08: New McDSP Plug-Ins

De-Essing, distortion and noise filtering for the Emerald Pack      23/01/08

WNAMM08: New McDSP Plug-Ins


McDSP have been demonstrating three new plug-ins - the DE555 de-esser, the FutzBox signal distorter and noise generator, and the NF575 noise filter.
The DE555 is a new generation of de-essing technology, providing transparent, precise de-essing with unique flexibility. FutzBox is a distortion and noise generator plug-in for creating low-fidelity versions of audio signals. The NF575 noise filter is a high-resolution filter set designed to remove a wide variety of noise types from audio.
The new plug-ins will be available only to owners of the McDSP Emerald Pack HD and Emerald Pack Native bundles as an upgrade.
Pricing and Availability:
Estimated availability late Q1 2008.
The new plug-ins will be available only to owners of the McDSP Emerald Pack HD and Emerald Pack Native bundles as an upgrade ($195 HD / $95 Native for owners of Emerald Pack version 2).
The new Emerald Pack bundle (version 3.0) will retail for $2795 for the HD version, and $1495 for the Native version. This increase in price is equal to the upgrade cost, so customers needing Emerald Pack immediately need not wait for version 3.0 to be available
Emerald Pack 3.0 will also support Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger) and 10.5 (Leopard), as well as Windows XP and Digidesign’s Venue Live sound system. Support for Vista is not official yet.
More information:


McDSP Emerald Pack HD v2 to v6 Upgrade - Music Production Plug-In Bundle (Download)
$995.00


McDSP Everything Pack Native v6 to v6.2 Upgrade - Music Production Plug-In Bundle (Download)
$149.00


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