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McDSP To Debut EC-300 Echo Collection At NAMM 2017


Mountain View, CA – January 19, 2017

McDSP To Debut EC-300 Echo Collection At NAMM 2017

McDSP is proud to announce the debut of the EC-300 Echo Collection plug-in at NAMM 2017! Winter NAMM will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center from January 19-22, 2017 and McDSP will be exhibiting in Hall A at booth 6405.

The EC-300 brings the sound of dozens of echo and chorus effects into a single plug-in. The three delay types – Magnetic, Digital, and Analog – come with a generous collection of user controls, plenty of character modes, highly stylized visual feedback, and McDSP’s nearly two decades of gear modeling experience.

Each EC-300 delay type comes with additional character modes to create new and unique sounds. Other delay features include adjustable saturation, wow and flutter, delay output ducking, in-loop filtering and EQ, and level control at the input and output stages. The EC-300 can operate in single, dual, and ping-pong modes, and delay time can be synced to session playback or to a tapped tempo.

Features:
• Three delay types – Magnetic, Digital, and Analog
• Wide variety of character modes per delay tape
• Saturation, Wow, Flutter, Ducking, and other delay features
• Single, dual, and ping-pong delay operation
• Tap tempo and session sync
• Over 75 SIMs (Synthetic Impulse Models) included
• Double precision processing
• Mono, stereo, and mono-to-stereo versions

The EC-300 HD will support AAX DSP/Native, AU, and VST while the EC-300 Native will support AAX Native, AU and VST. The EC-300 Echo Collection will be released in March 2017.

More information is available at www.mcdsp.com.

Company Statement

McDSP is an innovative and award-winning Silicon Valley audio software company founded in 1998 by Colin McDowell.  McDSP technology can be found in pro audio plug-ins for popular digital audio workstations including Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, and Avid live sound systems. McDSP audio algorithms are also used by companies such as Audiokinetic, Bioware, and Microsoft, and in consumer products like the LouderLogic iOS audio player.

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