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Audio Units support announced, 6030 Ultimate Compressor to be unveiled at NAMM      06/01/10
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McDSP tell us that they will show AU versions of some of its product line at the 2010 Winter NAMM Show Booth #6405 in Anaheim, California. McDSP plans to ship new updated versions of its entire product line by May of 2010 with TDM, RTAS and AU support.
McDSP will continue to offer two main product lines – HD and Native. The HD versions of McDSP plug-ins will support TDM, RTAS, and AU formats. The Native versions of McDSP plug-ins will support RTAS and AU formats.
Once AU versions are shipping, existing customers will be able to upgrade each McDSP plug-in (HD or Native) to include AU support. Further upgrade pricing and options will be provided in May of 2010. Here's more news directly from McDSP...
McDSP Shows The All-New 6030 Ultimate Compressor
McDSP has turned up the notch of dynamic range processing once again. Building on the entire award winning McDSP compression algorithm code base, the 6030 Ultimate Compressor adds new sonic capabilities, stunning new user interfaces and a collection of new designs mixed with unique twists on vintage emulations. The 6030 Ultimate Compressor will be available in May of 2010 (pricing TBD). The 6030 Ultimate Compressor will also be added to the Emerald Pack bundle, available to Emerald Pack 4 customers as an upgrade (pricing TBD).
McDSP Provides Sneak-Peak at the Next Generation of Classic Pack Plug-ins
McDSP's Classic Pack plug-ins including Analog Channel, CompressorBank, FilterBank and MC2000 are being significantly updated with improved user interfaces and new features. Attendees of the 2010 Winter NAMM Show will have the opportunity to see first hand the next generation of McDSP's Classic Pack plug-ins.
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