Softube Relaunches The Brilliance Pack

Three passive treble equalizers from Abbey Road      29/11/13

Softube Relaunches The Brilliance Pack


Softube has announced the relaunch of the Brilliance Pack, described as a faithful plug-in model of three passive treble equalizers custom built and used in the classic EMI Abbey Road studios in the golden 1960's era. The 64 bit upgrade includes support for Pro Tools 11 and is free to current Brilliance Pack owners. There is a special introductory offer for new customers.

Softube, the original developer of the Brilliance Pack for Abbey Road Studios, is incorporating Brilliance Pack into its own roster of products from November 27 onwards. Softube will take over support, development and future sales of the plug-in.

The Brilliance Pack is available for AAX, VST2, VST3 and AU formats, 32 and 64 bits where applicable. RTAS version to follow.

Current Brilliance Pack license holders can register for the free upgrade via Softube

Summary
- Softube relaunches updated Abbey Road Studios Brilliance Pack
- Supported formats includes AAX 64 bit for Pro Tools 11
- The upgrade is free to current Brilliance Pack license holders
- Introductory price: $164 until January 9, 2014
- After that date: $219
- 20 day trial license available to all (requires iLok)

Pricing and Availability:

The Brilliance Pack will be permanently price reduced to $219, but from today and until January 9, 2014, the plug-in will be offered at an even lower introductory price: $164.

More information:

 

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