Channel D has released Pure Vinyl 2.2, an update to their suite of audio applications designed for the digital playback and transcription of vinyl LP records.
Pure Vinyl 2.2 is a suite of audio applications designed for high-resolution digital playback, editing, and archival of vinyl records. It includes real-time playback monitoring, recording of dry or equalized (with 64-bit RIAA correction) audio at sample rates up to 192 kHz (with simultaneous save of CD format audio) and adjustable sample rate conversion.
This update includes improvements to the editor and recorder and updated documentation.
Pure Vinyl is $229 for Mac OS X 10.4 and up (Universal Binary).
A high quality resampling feature simultaneously saves CD format audio while monitoring and recording raw or equalized audio at sample rates up to 192 kHz. Editing operations are nondestructive, and real-time, 64-bit vinyl correction (choose from dozens of customizable curves for antique recordings, or a highly optimized, extremely accurate standard RIAA curve) is included.
A 64-bit adjustable crossover for audio system bi-amping is included (can be used for audio file playback or in real-time while listening to vinyl).