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CamelPhat & CamelSpace Updated - 50% Discount Sale announced      08/12/11
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Camel Audio has announced the release of CamelPhat v3.5 and CamelSpace v1.5. To celebrate the release both are available for 50% off the regular price at just 42USD / 34EUR / 29GBP each until the 25th of December. The PhatSpace and Plugins bundles are also discounted.
Camel Audio tells us that the updates add RTAS and 64-bit support for Mac and Windows, analogue modelled filters from Alchemy, better preset management and new presets, MIDI program change and loads of other new features and bug fixes.
CamelPhat v3.5 New Features
  • 64-bit support for VST and AU on Mac and Windows
  • RTAS support for Mac and Windows
  • New filter modes from Alchemy
  • Better preset organisation by category with new presets
  • MIDI program change
  • Inverse LFO shapes for Sine, Square, Triangle
  • Keyfile copy protection built in to download
  • LFO depth and speed targets for XY pad
CamelSpace v1.5 New Features
  • 64-bit support for VST and AU on Mac and Windows
  • RTAS support for Mac and Windows
  • New filter modes from Alchemy
  • Better preset organisation by category with new presets
  • MIDI program change
  • Inverse LFO shapes for Sine, Square, Triangle
  • Keyfile copy protection built in to download
  • Improved pattern and step tie editing
  • Randomisation option for step sequencer
  • Randomise button affects all active patterns
  • Default delay filter cutoff now 100% open
Pricing and Availability:
Until the 25th of December CamelPhat and CamelSpace cost just $42 USD / 34EUR / £29 GBP each. More information:

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