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112dB announces Redline Preamp

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112dB Redline Preamp

112dB has announced Redline Preamp, a preamp effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Redline Preamp livens up any “too clean” signal with a customizable combination of even and odd harmonics, saturation, and soft clipping. Redline Preamp is a vintage console channel, a musical grunge machine, and everything in between.

Unique and concise editing options allow for anything from subtle coloration to high-class grunge, from vintage emulation to fattening of digital mixes. A showcase selection of carefully constructed presets ranging from the American Vintage to the full-blown Beyond Repair is included.

Highlight features include proprietary zero-latency tube modelling with detailed harmonics control, three tunable frequency bands with solo listening, and mid/side processing.

Redline Preamp is expected to release on January 8, 2010.

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112dB updates Redline Equalizer to v1.0.2

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112dB Redline Equalizer

112dB has released version 1.0.2 of Redline Equalizer, a versatile parametric equalizer plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Combining mastering-quality processing with unrivaled workflow, Redline Equalizer provides high precision control over the entire audio spectrum with perfect transparency and absolutely zero phase shift.

Changes in Redline Equalizer v1.0.2

  • What’s new?
    • Option to invert dynamic behavior for cuts (making it identical to boosts).
    • Right mouse button adjusts Q from the EQ screen.
    • Left click (and now right click) from the EQ screen no longer controls frequency.
  • What’s fixed?
    • Fixed crash on SSE (non-SSE2) processors (AMD Athlon XP, Pentium 3).
    • Latency compensation corrected for Cubase 4/5 (and possibly other hosts).
    • Settings didn’t save in Pro Tools.
    • Pro Tools compare functionality didn’t work.
    • L/R and M/S channel modes didn’t render properly in Wavelab.
    • Fixed stuttering in Reaper when instantiating plugin.
    • VST version loads faster.
    • Numerical value entry (by double clicking a control) slowed down or hanged some systems.
    • Plugin crashed when quitting Bias Peak Pro.

Redline Equalizer is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) for the introductory price of 99 EUR /$112 USD (worldwide) until October 8, 2009, after which the regular price becomes 149 EUR /$169 USD. An unrestricted 60-day evaluation version is available for download.

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112dB updates Redline Monitor to v1.0.3

112dB Redline Monitor

112dB has released version 1.0.3 of Redline Monitor, a listening, mixing, and mastering tool for Windows and Mac.

Now you can accurately judge levels, stereo placement, and overall balance on your favorite set of headphones–anywhere, anytime, and without ear fatigue even after prolonged listening. No more night long headphone sessions that turn out lifeless and with too little reverb and separation on speakers. Redline Monitor makes mixes sound identical on speakers and headphones.

Changes in Redline Monitor v1.0.3

  • Dim attenuation switchable from -3dB (as in previous versions) to -6dB to prevent clipping.
  • Additional Easier Readability skin for visually impaired users.
  • Option to disable popup tooltips.
  • Fixed: Pro Tools compare functionality didn’t work.
  • Fixed: Plugin crash when deinserted on some setups.
  • Fixed: Loading problem in Live 8 on Vista.
  • Fixed: Numerical value entry slowed down or hung some Vista systems.

Redline Monitor is available for Windows and Mac (RTAS/AU/VST) for 99 EUR/$99 USD.

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112dB releases Redline Equalizer

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112dB Redline Equalizer

112dB has announced the release of Redline Equalizer, a versatile parametric equalizer plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Combining mastering-quality processing with unrivaled workflow, Redline Equalizer provides high precision control over the entire audio spectrum with perfect transparency and absolutely zero phase shift.

Whether it’s silky smooth highs or ultra-tight lows you’re after, Redline Equalizer delivers. Boost or cut up to an incredible 60dB per band without any harshness or boom. Choose dynamic EQ to make your equalization curves adjust in realtime to the source material. Pick either linear phase for extreme transparency, or from several vintage phase and cut/boost characteristics to make your tracks stand out in a mix. Dial in some harmonic distortion for that elusive analogue feel. And with its proprietary S.A.M. (Smart Auto-gain Makeup) you will never have to manually balance levels again.

Redline Equalizer features

  • Five fully parametric EQ bands with up to 60dB of boost/cut.
  • Two bands switchable to high/low-shelving response with adjustable overshoot.
  • Dedicated lowpass/highpass sections with selectable steepness from 6 to 48dB/oct.
  • Eight selectable custom EQ algorithms with unique response characteristics.
  • Fully de-cramped EQ response curves with center frequencies up to 28 kHz.
  • Variable phase shift from 0% (linear phase) to 100% (analogue-style phase) and beyond.
  • Mono, stereo, dual-mono and mid/side modes.
  • Auto gain makeup for automatic leveling of pre/post perceived loudness.
  • Dynamic EQ functionality.
  • Dedicated harmonic distortion section.
  • Customizable gain/Q dependency, individually selectable for cut and boost behavior.
  • Zoomable EQ response display with built-in spectrum analyzer.
  • Full parameter automation.

Redline Equalizer is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) for 99 EUR. You may try the full retail version of Redline Equalizer without any restrictions for 60 days.

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112dB updates Redline Reverb to v1.0.1

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112dB Redline Reverb (Scott Kane skin)

112dB has released version 1.0.1 of Redline Reverb, a musical reverb based on a completely new and original concept that excels in both warmth and transparency at extremely low CPU usage.

Changes in Redline Reverb v1.0.1

  • Support for custom skins (Vintage skin by Scott Kane included).
  • Shift click on a favorites button as a shortcut to store the current program as a favorite.
  • Preset order using Prev/Next Preset buttons now identical to the presets popup menu.
  • [Mac/AU] Fixed GUI offset in Bias Peak Pro.
  • [Mac/AU] Automation parameter values displayed wrong in Logic.
  • [Mac/AU] Fixed occasional crash when quitting host with Redline Reverb window open.
  • Buttons (Bypass and Prev/Next Preset) on PowerPC Macs wouldn’t switch off.
  • Parameter name display now displayed correctly.
  • Saving single presets (.fxp) now works correctly.

Redline Reverb is available for the introductory price of 99 EUR / $99 USD until June 15, 2009 (regular price 149 EUR / $149 USD). A 60-day evaluation license is available for download here.

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112dB updates Redline Monitor to v1.0.2

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112dB Redline Monitor

112dB has released version 1.0.2 of Redline Monitor, a high-quality near-field monitor simulation for headphones.

Redline Monitor is a listening, mixing, and mastering tool. It replaces the extreme stereo separation that is characteristic for headphones with the detailed stereo image of near-field monitor speakers.

Changes in Redline Monitor v1.0.2

  • Support for custom skins (Vintage skin by Scott Kane included).
  • Circular and Circular Relative knob mode.
  • [Mac/AU] Fixed delayed crash in some AU hosts.
  • [Mac/AU] Fixed GUI offset in Bias Peak Pro.
  • [Mac/AU] Automation parameter values displayed wrong in Logic.
  • [Mac/AU] Proper window raise/activation on mouse clicks.
  • [Mac] Buttons on PowerPC Macs wouldn’t switch off.
  • Fixed parameter name display in some VST hosts.

Redline Monitor is available for Windows and Mac (RTAS/AU/VST) for 99 EUR/$99 USD.
The update is a free download for registered users.

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112 dB releases Redline Reverb

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112 dB Redline Reverb

112 dB has released Redline Reverb, a musical reverb based on a completely new and original concept that excels in both warmth and transparency at extremely low CPU usage.

Its core algorithm is based on the Rev-6 and Space Master Reaktor ensembles by Martijn Zwartjes. With its many sound enhancements, an intuitive and attractive new user interface, and much optimized CPU usage, Redline Reverb represents the next generation of these celebrated algorithms.

Redline Reverb features

  • Fully algorithmic and true stereo reverb with possibilities far beyond the conventional.
  • Comprehensive yet intuitive parameter set that allows you to easily recreate any given reverb characteristic, leaving you free to create lush smooth vocal reverbs, convincing room simulations, almost infinite reverb tails, synth pad and delay effects, and everything inbetween.
  • Separate early/late reverb sections and modulation options make it an excellent choice for expensive hardware-style reverbs, while its extensive tweakability renders it equally suited for more experimental reverb and delay effects.
  • 112 factory presets.

Redline Reverb is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) for the introductory price of $99 USD / 99 EUR until June 15, 2009. A 60-day evaluation license is available for download here.

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