Camel Audio have released updates to their multi-effects plugins, CamelPhat, a phattening processor featuring distortion, compression filtering and bass enhancement and CamelSpace, a rhythmic multi-effects plugin.
These new versions implement full VST 2.4 compatibility and support for Cubase 4. A ‘Universal Binary’ build (VST and Audio Units versions) is provided for Mac OS X. Minor bug fixes and other improvements have been made in all versions.
The community section on the Camel Audio website has also been updated with new interviews with famous users. Grammy winning film composer Danny Elfman whose credits include ‘Beetlejuice’, ‘Batman’ and ‘Edward Scissorhands’, had this to say:
“Of all the plugins on my recently-upgraded workstation, CamelPhat and CamelSpace are the most frequently-used.” – Danny Elfman
Registered users can download the latest update for free by visiting the support page of the Camel Audio website. New users can visit the Camel Audio web site where they’ll also find an updated demo version, example MP3s, and lots more. CamelPhat and Camel Space are available to buy online for just 85 USD/76 EUR/53 GBP each.