New Soundtoys Plug-Ins Ship

Decapitator and PanMan are now available      17/03/10
New Soundtoys Plug-Ins Ship


We brought you preliminary news of these two late last year and now Soundtoys tell us that Decapitator and PanMan are available separately and as part of Version 4. Here's what they have to say...
The long awaited Decapitator plug-in is now available for torturing audio of all types. The new version sports a nifty "Thump" switch to give you a bit of bass boost, and the "Steep" switch lets you control the tightness of your highs. Plus you can now turn off the Auto-Gain function and Decapitator will spit out all that awesome volume just like a real piece of hardware. A more intuitive layout makes it easy to get around and we packed in even more presets.
Rhythmic auto-panner supreme, PanMan is here. With two programmable rhythm modes, random triggered and random MIDI sync'd, LFO, and ping pong modes you'll be in a total PANtasy in no time. Pulling ideas from classic gear and mixing it with our modern innovations, PanMan takes moving audio back and forth to a level you've never imagined. Get it now and find out why those old auto-panners are so hard to find.
New Native-Only Plug-Ins
We are now offering individual plug-ins in native format for $179 per plug-in, with support for RTAS, VST, and Audio Units. For Pro Tools HD users, single TDM plug-ins are still available for $349 each.
Crank up the Attitude with Version 4
Here's what you get: SoundToys TDM Effects, and SoundToys Native Effects owners get TWO amazing new plug-ins, our new built-in preset management system, and an exclusive V4 set of presets. That's the much anticipated Decapitator, analog saturation modeler, and the astounding PanMan rhythmic auto-panner, all for the low upgrade prices of $199.00 for SoundToys TDM Effects, and $99.00 for SoundToys Native Effects. V4 upgrades for single plug-ins also available.
Pricing and Availability:
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