McDSP 6 NOW Shipping!
Mountain View, CA – April 1, 2015
McDSP plug-ins can be found on popular audio workstations and live sound systems all over the world. Supported platforms include Pro Tools, Logic, Digital Performer, Ableton Live, Reason, VENUE, S3L, and now Cubase, Nuendo and other VST compatible hosts.
McDSP is proud to announce the release of the v6 product line. All v6 bundles, plug-ins and upgrades to v6 are available immediately through the McDSP webstore and authorized McDSP dealers.
In addition to VST plug-in format support, v6 includes a complete upgrade to the entire McDSP product line. New user interface features, faster loading times, and algorithm optimizations across all formats are just some of the improvements in the v6 release. Pro Tools users will appreciate v6 additions such as enhanced support for the Avid S6 and S3 control surfaces. Artist presets from the likes of Dave Pensado, Kevin Churko, Joe Barresi, and many others are also included.
The McDSP v6 release also comes with significant sonic improvements. All AU and VST versions of McDSP v6 plug-ins now use the same algorithms previously only found on the Pro Tools AAX DSP and AAX Native versions. “We knew support for every major plug-in format had to be great where it counted – the sound”, says McDSP founder Colin McDowell. The new AU and VST v6 versions, like their AAX counterparts, have a 64-bit audio path for maximum fidelity, realtime control smoothing just like analog gear, and the ability to operate above 0 dB to handle the hottest of mixes without clipping.
McDSP v6 upgrade pricing will be:
• v5 to v6: $15 (HD or Native)
• v4 to v6: $49 Native, $69 HD
More information and demos of the new McDSP v6 product line are available at www.mcdsp.com.
McDSP is an innovative Silicon Valley audio software company founded in 1998 by Colin McDowell. Beginning with the release of the pioneering equalizer plug-in FilterBank, McDSP has continued producing industry acclaimed and award-winning software titles. McDSP audio signal processing technology can be found in pro audio plug-ins for popular digital audio workstations including Pro Tools and Logic, the Avid VENUE and S3L live sound systems, Reason, as well as licensed algorithms in the gaming industry. McDSP audio algorithms are used by companies such as Activision, Bioware, and Microsoft, and in consumer products like the LouderLogic and Retro Recorder iPhone applications.