SoundToys Intros Mac OS X Native Effects

SoundToys has announced that the SoundToys Native Effects bundle for Mac OS X is now shipping.

Available immediately for just $495.00, the bundle brings six of SoundToys’ most popular and powerful plug-ins together into a single package for the first time for Pro Tools LE on the Mac OS X platform. (RTAS for XP and AudioUnits support to follow).

Sound Toys Native Effects

Featuring the full versions (not scaled back “lite” versions) of the
acclaimed EchoBoy, with 30 echo/delay emulations, 3 band EQ with decay
shaping, and a realistic analog sound and response. FilterFreak, analog
sounding single or dual resonant filter with six modulation modes
including programmable rhythms. PhaseMistress, emulations of classic
and modern phase shifters with the same extensive modulation of
FilterFreak. Tremolator, classic tremolo emulations, dynamic control
and Rhythm Mode for extreme auto-gated rhythmic effects. Crystallizer,
Retro pitch-shifting, reverse granular echo with MIDI sync and tone
control. SPEED (AudioSuite only), high quality tempo/time control and
pitch-shifting with Simple, Graphic, and Calculator modes. The
SoundToys Native Effects bundle brings Pro Tools LE users high quality
analog emulation of classic effects, plus professional pitch and time
manipulation that fit an LE budget.

SoundToys Native Effects retails for $495, and is available
immediately from the SoundToys website and through SoundToys’ network
of dealers.

Upgrades to SoundToys Native Effects are available to registered
owners of SoundToys UltraFX bundles. Owners of select individual
SoundToys plug-ins may also be eligible for upgrades. Complete details
of the upgrade options and prices are available from the revamped
SoundToys website.

The SoundToys Native Effects bundle currently supports Digidesign’s
RTAS and AudioSuite plug-in formats and is compatible with Pro Tools |
LE and Pro Tools M-Powered products such as M-Box2, Digi002, and
Ozonic. This package is currently available for Mac OS X only. Not all
plug-ins support all formats.

More information is availabe at the SoundToys site.

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