Flux has released version 3 of its Elixir and BitterSweet effect plugins, introducing AAX Native/DSP and 64-bit compatibility.

Flux Elixir

Flux’s Elixir real true peak multichannel limiter plug-in.

Today, we are finally starting to release the AAX (Native & DSP) and 64-bit compatible versions of our software, built on our latest 64-bit version 3 framework, hereafter called v3. First out is the FREE BitterSweet v3 Transient Designer, and the Elixir v3 True Peak Limiter, and now when we have the framework ready, we are aiming at having all our software ported and available within Q1 this year.

The v3 framework improves the performance dramatically (measured 500-1000 percent improvement for Elixir depending on host environment!) and for the graphic rendering the v3 framework includes our GPU-efficient 2D/3D graphic engine, first introduced in the Pure Analyzer System, based on the OpenGL standard optimizing the audio-to-visual experience utilizing the GPU on the computer’s built in graphics card.

The update to the 64-bit compatible and to the AAX Native version (AU/VST/AAX Native) is Free of charge for all current owners of Elixir, and can be downloaded when logged in to the customer download area on our website. If you’re not using Elixir yet, a dongle free trial version is available on our download page as well.

Elixir is available to purchase for the introductory price of 119 EUR (VST/AU) / 175 EUR (AAX DSP/Native), a 20% discount on the regular price of 149 EUR/219 EUR. The Bittersweet plug-in is available to download at no cost.

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