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SoundToys updates plug-ins to v4.1.2 (Mac OSX)

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SoundToys has released an update to its Mac OSX plug-in range.

Changes in SoundToys plugins v4.1.2 (Mac)

  • Fixed random CPU spikes.
  • System Performance improvements.
  • Fixed issue causing ProTools transport delays.
  • Fixed occasional crashing on delete.
  • Faster loading in Pro Tools.
  • AU, VST: Fixed click before regions.
  • Graphics performance improvements.
  • Fixed issue causing various alerts.

Note: Official 64-bit support is in progress and will be released at a later date.

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SoundToys launches Mega Plug-in Trade-In

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SoundToys Mega Plug-In Trade-In

SoundToys has announced the SoundToys Mega Plug-in Trade-In, a limited time offer for its plugin bundles.

From June 2nd to June 20th, if you have individual SoundToys Plug-ins you can trade them in for reduced pricing on SoundToys bundles. The more you trade the more you save.

For example, trade in your FilterFreak, Decapitator and Speed and get the 8 plug-in SoundToys Native Effects V4 for only $149 (Save $346.00)!! Wow! Or trade in your SoundBlender and EchoBoy and get the 11 plug-in SoundToys TDM Effects for only $695 (Save $500).

You can log-in to your account and see all the available specials based on what you own.

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SoundToys releases Devil-Loc Deluxe

SoundToys has released Devil-Loc Deluxe, an audio level destroyer plug-in for Windows and Mac.

SoundToys Devil-Loc Deluxe
SoundToys Devil-Loc Deluxe

Devil-Loc Deluxe includes the original Devil-Loc, but then takes it up a notch to put some serious evil into your mixes. Devil-Loc made drums massive, and Devil-Loc Deluxe gives you total control over that massive sound.

With Devil-Loc Deluxe the Darkness control can tame the high end or create thick rumbling lows. Then use the phase correct Mix control to blend and balance the original sound with the Devil-Loc’d sound for massive but clear drum sounds just like the pros (but without the irritating and confusing bussing and routing). You can even automate that mix right inside the plug-in. Top it off with a switch for getting a faster release time that really puts the smack on your track and this is one mighty beast. That’s one free plug-in and one for $49. You can’t lose. Feel its power!

The Devil-Loc Deluxe upgrade is now available to purchase for $49 USD. The plug-in is free with a purchase (and registration) of the SoundToys bundle (Native or TDM) between April 4th and April 15th, 2011.

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SoundToys Devil-Loc, analog level destroyer (free for limited time)

SoundToys has released Devil-Loc, an analog level destroyer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Devil-Loc and Devil-Loc Deluxe are a SoundToys twist inspired by the classic Shure Level-Loc. These plug-ins add huge sucking compression, grit, dirt, distortion, and take drums (but try it anywhere) to a wonderful hellish nightmare. It’s not for the faint of heart.

SoundToys Devil-Loc
SoundToys Devil-Loc

Essentially a distorting compressor but so much more, it’s really quite simple but also a bit supernatural. Because the release time of the compression is effected by the input level (like the Level-Loc) it’s a bit hard to predict exactly what will happen the first time you work with it. Luckily with just two knobs, you can find the magic spot for your track fairly quickly and you’ll be going for that sound more and more. Don’t be fooled by it’s simple front panel, this plug-in has a lot more cool sounds than you’d expect out of two knobs. Get crushing kick drums, to almost rhythmic level sweeps with the crazing sucking compression, to blitzed out blasting beat loops. Drive it hard and you get straight hardware sounding break-up and drive. It’s a devil in disguise, and the devil’s in the details, and the devil made us do it and all those other devil references.

For a limited time you can get a free copy of Devil-Loc, as part of a contest.

Check the forums, check FaceBook, check everywhere cause that code gets you the free plug-in and gets you your own sharing code. Then you can give yours to all your friends and they can get it free, too. Plus, each soul you sign up with your code, get’s you closer to earning more free stuff. Free bundles, t-shirts and upgrades to the true master of evil, Devil-Loc Deluxe: Pure Evil Compressor. The deluxe model turns up the heat and takes you to never before achieved levels of madness and horror, and it sounds real cool, or uh, hot

The Devil-Loc contest closes March 31, 2011.

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SoundToys updated to v4.1, effect plugins for PC and Mac

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SoundToys has released version 4.1 of its effect plug-ins for Windows and Mac.

Changes in SoundToys v4.1

  • Fixed graphics errors in supported VST applications (Sonar, Cubase, Nuendo).
  • Reduced noise in FilterFreak and PhaseMistress.
  • Eliminated clicks/noises/noise bursts when looping and using odd buffer sizes.
  • Preset names in our preset manager are now preserved with sessions and host presets.
  • Corrected latency reporting in AU and VST.
  • Fixed timing difference between TDM and RTAS EchoBoy.
  • VST now shows responses to changes via controllers and automation.
  • Preset folders now writeable on Mac.
  • Decapitator TDM Truncation errors fixed.
  • WaveShape Editor works properly with waveshape presets in AU.
  • No more stray pieces of audio in Audiosuite with EchoBoy and Crystallizer.
  • Fixed AudioSuite graphics weirdness.

The SoundToys effects are available to purchase for $495 USD (Native) / $1,195 USD (TDM).

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SoundToys updates to SoundToys TDM and Native Effects to v4.0

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SoundToys Decapitator
SoundToys PanMan

SoundToys has announced the release of SoundToys version 4, an update to the bundle of effect plug-ins for Windows and Mac.

Here’s what you get: SoundToys TDM Effects, and SoundToys Native Effects owners get TWO amazing new plug-ins, our new built-in preset management system, and an exclusive V4 set of presets. That’s the much anticipated Decapitator, analog saturation modeler, and the astounding PanMan rhythmic auto-panner, all for the low upgrade prices of $199.00 for SoundToys TDM Effects, and $99.00 for SoundToys Native Effects. V4 upgrades for single plug-ins also available.

New in SoundToys V4

  • Decapitator Analog Saturation Modeler — Analog saturation has long been the magic mojo that engineers have used as their swiss army knife of mixing. It’s used on drums, bass, vocals guitars, everything. It can be used to beef things up, thin things out, give them some edge, fry them up nice, add a bit of warmth, pull things out of the mix, or even create a signature sound. Subtle to extreme, analog saturation is the golden child of great mixes. That’s why we took our time, bought and listened to all the great analog classics, and painstakingly created that magic for you in Decapitator.
  • PanMan Rhythmic Auto-Panner — PanMan takes the supposedly simple process of moving audio back and forth in the stereo field and gives it that special touch that you’ve come to expect from our twisted minds. It features an over the top range of panning modes to recreate classic analog auto-panners plus some of the cool modes from our other plugs to push it a bit further into the future. With MIDI sync to tempo, preset storage, dynamic control, and automation you get modern innovation alongside the classic features from hard to find vintage analog hardware. Control width, speed, direction and more with the most full featured panner you’ve ever seen.

More information: SoundToys / Decapitator / PanMan

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SoundToys releases Decapitator Public Beta

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SoundToys has released a public beta of Decapitator, an analog saturation modeling effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

SoundToys Decapitator
SoundToys Decapitator

With the overwhelming response Decapitator received from its introduction at the New York AES in October, we wanted to get it into the hands of our users as quickly as possible. To make this happen, SoundToys has decided to make Decapitator available as a part of its new public beta program, starting immediately.

This program allows users to try out new products from SoundToys and provide important feedback before they are commercially released. It also has the added benefit of providing an extended demo through the holiday season.

Not all products will be available in this program, but more are planned and users who sign up will be notified of new developments in the program.

The Decapitator Public Beta is available for PC and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS, TDM is coming). It requires a valid iLok ID and USB key.

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