Software Vitalizer

SPL releases the Vitalizer Analog Code Plug-in based on the hardware Vitalizer MK2-T      18/11/09

Software Vitalizer


German manufacturer SPL has enhanced its Analog Code plug-in series with its Vitalizer sound optimizing processor. Here's what SPL have to say...
The plug-in is based upon the Vitalizer MK2-T and will be released as VST, AU, RTAS and TDM plug-in for MAC and PC.
SPL's patented filter technology was first released in the late 80's and has been continuously improved with several product versions ever since.
"Together, the different models from the legendary SX2 to the current Vitalizer versions have been the most important and best-selling SPL hardware ever," explains SPL's CEO and product manager Hermann Gier. "The Vitalizer is a unique and comprehensive tool to add character and life to any music production, but especially in the digital domain. So it was not a question of whether we would release a Vitalizer Analog Code plug-in. It's only been a matter of time – the final programming alone took about four months, but now even our hardware engineers are satisfied too." Pricing and Availability:
The release date is scheduled for December 7, 2009.
A public beta version will be available one week before as demo version.
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