DDMF has released version 4.0 of LP10, a mastering equalizer effect for Windows and Mac.
Just like with the update of IIEQPro to version 3.0 a few weeks ago, the GUI and interface handling has been greatly improved. An autolisten mode has been added, and 64 bit versions for Mac are now available as well.
In addition, LP10 features a whole set of “FlexFilters” (LP/HP/BP/Notch/Low- and High Shelf) which have the unique feature that the filter slopes can be continuously varied from 6 dB/Oct to 60 dB/Oct . Also for these new filters, the phase response can be freely tuned.
LP10 for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $29 USD. This major update is available for existing users with a 50% reduction, and free for users who purchased after April 13th this year.
More information: DDMF / LP10
DDMF has released version 3.0 of IIEQPro, an equalizer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.
IIEQPro has become the “go-to” EQ of thousands of happy users all around the globe. Extremely versatile, very CPU-efficient, with a user-friendly GUI and, last but not least, clean and transparent sounding.
DDMF IIEQPro 3.0
Changes in IIEQPro v3.0
- Seven new (Butterworth) filter types (low pass, high pass, band pass, band stop, low shelf, high shelf and band shelf) with slopes adjustable from 6 dB to 60 dB per octave have been added.
- An autolisten feature allows zooming into the region around any active band to isolate possible sonic problems.
- The user interface has experienced a graphical update, but also in terms of handling, user interaction has been improved (dial in bands with just a single mouse click).
- Now also available in 64 bit format for MacOSX (VST and AU). PowerPC support, on the other hand, is no longer available and will disappear for the other DDMF products as well.
IIEQPro 3.0 is available to purchase for $29 USD. Previous users of IIEQPro can purchase at a 50% reduction, using UPDATE in the voucher form of the online store.
More information: DDMF / IIEQPro
DDMF has announced the release of Virtual Audio Stream, a CD-quality virtual loopback audio driver together with a dedicated VST effect rack.
The driver makes up to four stereo cables available for routing audio between applications. The effect rack processes up to four soundcards in parallel with arbitrary chains of VST effects. This way, all audio playing on the user’s PC can be treated with VST effects.
It’s also easy to record signals from videos/DVDs etc., using either a VST recording plugin or a standalone recording software.
The virtual loopback driver (Windows PC) is available to purchase for $29 USD, the driver plus the effect rack $49 USD and the driver plus the rack plus DDMF’s IIEQPro, NYCompressor and NoLimits plugins for $99 USD.
A 30% introduction discount applies until the end of July.
More information: DDMF / Virtual Audio Stream
DDMF has released version 2.2 of IIEQPro and version 3.3 of LP10, two equalizer effect plugins for Windows and Mac.
The main change is that the separate plugins for true stereo operation have been merged into the main plugin.
There’s now a “2 chan.” button in both EQs that switches between normal and two stereo operation. Apart from that, a few minor graphics bugs have been fixed as well.
The update is free for existing users.
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DDMF has announced a limited time promotion in celebration of its 5-year anniversary.
It’s been exactly five years ago when LP10 v1.0 was released. Unbelievable how far we’ve come… what started as a hobby turned into a fulltime business, with many happy customers all around the world.
To celebrate DDMFs 5th anniversary, all prices will be discounted 50 % during the next 24 hours. So hurry up, it might be another 5 years until the next anniversary sale!
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DDMF has released Chorddetector, an mp3/wav-player with an integrated chord detection algorithm.
It’s extremely simple to use: just load the song whose chords you’re interested in, press play and see the displayed chords in realtime, so that you can play along with your instrument.
Very useful for covering songs, which, as we all know, is the basis of virtually all successful band careers!
Chorddetector for Windows and Mac is available to purchase for $15 USD. A demo version is ready for download as well.
More information: DDMF / Chorddetector
DDMF has released version 1.2 of Metaplugin, a plugin chainer for Windows and Mac.
First of all, MacOSX Universal Binaries (Audio Unit and VST) are now available. And on the Windows side, a 64 bit version has been compiled (the user should load 32 bit plugins into the 32 bit version and 64 bit plugins into the 64 bit version).
Furthermore, Metaplugin now supports up to 6 in-out-channels. Which means the user can load it, e.g., into a 5.1 channel of the host and chain plugins on all six channels (and across channels). Also, the dry/wet amount going through each of the loaded plugins can be adjusted (shift-clicking on the plugin rectangles turns them into horizontal sliders). And the overall latency that is reported back to the host is now not only visible, but can also be changed manually.
Metaplugin is available to purchase for $29 USD.
More information: DDMF / Metaplugin