December 23rd 2014

Free plug-in...

I've been considering offering some free plug-ins for a while, and thought EQ1A would be a great place to start. It's a versatile all rounder, with modest CPU requirements, that you'll find yourself reaching for. Watch out for more freebies early next year - as well as some new releases.

 
 

December 22nd 2014

IR1A & EQ1A AAX/VST3 ports released!

The long awaited AAX and VST3 updates for IR1A and EQ1A are now available. Both are functionally identical to the previous version. IR1A's UI has increased in width slightly to accommodate wider file names in it's IR browser.

 
 

May 4th 2014

Vintage Series AAX/VST3 ports released!

Finally released the Vintage Series native AAX (64 & 32bit) and VST3 ports today. It's not been an easy task for this one man shop - thanks to everyone for your patience, Please note support for PPC has now been dropped, I will keep the current installers around for customers still on PPC machines. Look out for AAX/VST3 ports of the rest of the range in the coming months (IR1A out next). I have no plans to port ATA to AAX.

 
 

April 13th 2014

AAX 64 releases..

Here's a screen shot of the Vintage series ports in PT11. Just finishing up installers for OSX, Windows versions will be out a week or so after that. The only major casualty has been the group modes in SATV and CS1V. It had been the cause of a number of stability issues, and had to go for now at least. Additions include new VST3 formats.

 
 

December 23rd 2013

2013...2014

Most of the activity this year has continued to be behind the scenes with ports to AAX/VST3 and updates to our code base. The Vintage Series AAX/VST3 updates will be available in January 2014 with IR1A and other to follow thereafter. Our focus will then shift to new releases ..stay tuned.

 

 

January 16th 2013

New Pricing

Pricing on all Vintage and Mastering Series plug-ins has been simplified. All plug-ins in both ranges are now available for the same price of $79.00.

 

August 18th 2012

AAX versions

Work started a few months back on the AAX ports of our plug-ins for Pro Tools 10. The first release should be available in the next few months. The decision to move to a new GUI sdk, set the schedule back a bit, but will result in a better product, with increased features, and VST3 support. The AAX versions of our plug-ins will be native only. On the subject of formats, I'll also be looking into porting to the new Reason plug-in format at some point, so give me a shout if this is of interest to you.

 
 
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