SPL Xmas Packs

Hardware and software products bundled into two different packs      03/12/10

SPL Xmas Packs

For the first time ever, the German manufacturer has bundled hardware and software products into two different packs, which will be available until the end of the year. Choices include hardware products to place in the signal path before or after your computer. Here's what SPL has to say...
SPL offers a Front End Pack and a Back End Pack. Each pack includes free licenses for some of SPL's own Analog Code plug-ins. If you buy a Track One you get a Front End Pack, which includes the EQ Rangers and TwinTube Analog Code plug-ins. If you go for the SPL 2Control instead, you get a Vitalizer plug-in as part of the Back End Pack.
Product Information
  • Track One
    The Track One is one of SPL's best sellers thanks to its great features and outstanding price-performance ratio. International radio and TV stations (like NDR, Radio France, etc.) equip their studios with this front-end unit.
  • 2Control
    The concept behind the 2Control is ideal for DAW monitoring: two channels, two sources, two loudspeaker sets, and two headphones, everything under control with the 2Control. Its features and sound are also winning fans among hi-fi enthusiasts: the German hi-fi magazine Stereo did a comparison test and the 2Control came out winner with a very unusual mark of 100 out of 100.
  • EQ Rangers Analog Code Plug-ins
    Plug-in set that includes the Bass Ranger, Vox Ranger and Full Ranger EQ modules.
  • Twin Tube Analog Code Plug-in
    The Twin Tube Analog Code plug-in yields tube-sound effects from your computer, with separate saturation and harmonics controls for more glaze and presence.
  • Vitalizer Analog Code Plug-in
    The patented Vitalizer sound optimization technology has been a favorite among mixing and mastering engineers all over the world for decades. The outstanding quality of the Analog Code programming can now faithfully translate the Vitalizer technology into the digital domain.
SPL Analog Code Plug-ins
While SPL hardware products have been fascinating audio professionals from home studio owners to mastering engineers in the world's most renowned facilities for years, the need for this technology in the form of plug-ins has also been an ever-growing demand. With the Analog Code plug-ins we have finally accomplished our much desired goal: to transfer to the digital domain the high quality we have striven to achieve with our analog processors throughout several decades.
The first time we ever heard a software that fulfilled our expectations, one of our hardware developers proudly declared "we have broken the Analog Code" -- thus was coined the name of our digital products.
Pricing and Availability:
The offer is valid through December 31, 2010, at all participating dealers. More information:

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