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McDSP Ships APB-8 Programmable Analog Processor
Mountain View, CA – May 12, 2020


McDSP is proud to introduce the latest addition to the APB hardware product line, the APB-8 Analog Processing Box.  The APB-8 is an eight (8) channel version of the APB-16, with identical functionality and capability.

The McDSP Analog Processing Boxes (APB-16, APB-8) combine the flexibility of software with the fidelity of premium analog processing. Each channel can be controlled by an AAX, AU, or VST3 plug-in, giving true digital workflow with genuine analog performance. Processing options include compressors, mastering limiters, transient enhancement devices, multi-channel and multi-band applications, and so much more... we're only getting started.  

The units (APB-8, APB-16) can be combined on the same Thunderbolt bus, in any combination, up to five (5) units, for up to eighty (80) channels of programmable analog processing.  

McDSP has also added AU and VST3 support for all APB plug-ins. The APB-8 and APB-16 now support Logic Pro X 10.4.x and later versions, and Cubase 10.x and later versions. More DAWs will be qualified at a later time. The AU/VST3 support is a free update to existing APB-16 customers, and may be downloaded from the McDSP web site today.

More information is available at www.mcdsp.com.


Company Statement

McDSP is an innovative and award-winning Silicon Valley audio software company founded in 1998 by Colin McDowell. McDSP technology can be found in pro audio plug-ins for popular digital audio workstations including Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, and Avid live sound systems. McDSP audio algorithms are also used by companies such as Audiokinetic, Bioware, and Microsoft, and in consumer products like the LouderLogic iOS audio player.