McDSP Shipping AAX
Sunnyvale, CA – December 18, 2012
McDSP will showcase their line of AAX plug-ins at NAMM 2013 in Anaheim, CA, January 24-27, 2013. McDSP HD v5 plug-ins have been configured to take advantage of the tremendous processing power within the new Avid HDX hardware. HDX owners will see incredible gains in headroom and efficiency while Native users will see improvements with the latest multi-core processors.
McDSP’s AAX DSP & Native v5 plug-ins include Analog Channel, CompressorBank, DE555, FilterBank, Channel G, MC2000, ML4000, 6030 Ultimate Compressor, 4020 Retro EQ, 4030 Retro Compressor, and the 4040 Retro Limiter. The rest of the McDSP v5 plug-ins will have AAX support later this year.
McDSP v5 products include support for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 along with Intel-Mac systems running Mac OS 10.5.x (Leopard), 10.6.x (Snow Leopard), 10.7.x (Lion), and 10.8.x (Mountain Lion). The AAX format is only supported in Pro Tools 10.2 and later versions, on Mac OS X 10.7.4 and later versions, and Windows 7.
In addition to Pro Tools, McDSP v5 plug-ins support Logic, Garage Band, Digital Performer, Ableton Live and other AU compatible DAWs. Please note the McDSP v5 release is a paid upgrade.
Please visit www.mcdsp.comfor more information.
McDSP is an innovative Silicon Valley audio software company founded in 1998 by Colin McDowell. Beginning with the release of the pioneering equalizer plug-in FilterBank, McDSP has continued producing industry acclaimed and award-winning software titles. McDSP audio signal processing technology can be found in pro audio plug-ins for popular digital audio workstations including Pro Tools and Logic, the VENUE live sound systems, as well as licensed algorithms in the gaming industry. McDSP algorithms are in use by high end companies such as Activision, Bioware, Microsoft, and many more, as well as in consumer products like the LouderLogic and Retro Recorder iPhone applications.
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