TriTone Digital Return With New Plug-Ins

ValveTone '62 and ClassicTone-PEV EQ plug-ins released for Macs      02/12/09
TriTone Digital Return With New Plug-Ins


TriTone Digital tell us that they are back in business and are now releasing fully custom-coded native RTAS, VST and AU plug-ins for the Mac. First up is their classic EQ ValveTone '62 and a new plug-in, ClassicTone-PEV.
Here's all the details from the company...
ValveTone '62
Our super-thick classic EQ is back! We were not content to just re-code ValveTone '62; we had to make it better.
  • ValveTone is now 40% more CPU-efficient and loads three times faster.
  • Pluggo is no longer required.
  • You can now compare your settings using A/B comparison and export and import your presets via XML.
Onwers of the original ValveTone '62 willl receive a code in their email which will allow them to purchase the new version for the upgrade price of $25 USD. Those customers who upgrade before 12/31/09 will also receive a FREE copy of our newest plugin, ClassicTone-PEV, after your purchase!
ClassicTone-PEV
ClassicTone-PEV is modeled after a unique vintage EQ that was made by a German audio company famous for its microphones. The PEV was the first EQ ever made by this company and was used for vinyl mastering.
The original PEV featured a totally passive and discrete design with transformer balanced inputs and outputs and extremely high quality inductors for each band.
The sound and color of an original PEV EQ is absolutely unique and incredibly thick. Now TriTone Digital brings that thick tone to the land of plugins!
Pricing and Availability:
Available now for $85 USD. More information:
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    1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    Tritone Fan    Said...

    Welcome back, guys!

    good to see you back in action!

    02-Dec-09 06:49 AM


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