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Universal Audio releases Antares Auto-Tune and SSL 4000 G Bus Compressor plug-ins

19.05.2017

Universal Audio Antares Auto-Tune UAD 2 video Universal Audio announced the release of UAD Software v9.2. Alongside the new UA-developed SSL 4000 G Bus Compressor Collection and Pure Plate Reverb, this latest software release also offers plug-in titles from UA's direct developer partners, including the Antares Auto-Tune Realtime, Eden WT800 Bass Amplifier by Softube, and Fuchs Train II Amplifier by Brainworx. Developed by Antares and available exclusively for UAD-2 hardware and Apollo interfaces, the Antares Auto-Tune Realtime plug-in offers genuine low-latency Auto-Tune effects popularized by the likes of Cher, Daft Punk, and Kanye West, as well as subtle, real-time pitch correction. The effect features ultra low-latency on stage or when tracking in the studio, and is 249 USD. The new SSL 4000 G Bus Compressor Collection has been developed in close partnership with Solid State Logic, and is also out now priced at 299 USD (149 USD upgrade price from SSL G Bus Compressor Legacy plug-in). According to UA, it features meticulously modeled nuances of the in-console and FX G384 rackmount specimen, including their unique CV (control voltage) summing. [source]

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Arturia MiniBrute 2 semi-modular analog synthesizer coming this February
15.01.2018

Arturia MiniBrute 2 Into Video Arturia announced the imminent release of a new synthesizer, one of three new products which will all be available at stores from late February 2018. MiniBrute 2 is a 25-key analog monosynth with semi-modular architecture, bridging the gap between the traditional synthesizer instruments and the world of modular. MiniBrute 2 shares many of the same iconic features that made its predecessor a success, including mixable oscillators, the acidic Steiner-Parker filter, and the chaotic Brute Factor. While keeping many of its signature elements, the tone-shaping potential of MiniBrute 2 has been almost exponentially increased. The re-imagined MiniBrute now features semi-modular architecture, adding a comprehensive CV/Gate patch matrix that allows users to both rework its internal signal routing, but also expand into the world of modular. It also features the same high quality, aftertouch-enabled keybed found in their flagship MatrixBrute synth. [source]

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Steinberg WaveLab 9.5 trial version now available
Steinberg announced the immediate availability of the free trial versions of WaveLab Pro 9. [more]
 
Grass Valley EDIUS 9 demo version
Grass Valley launched EDIUS 9, new version of its popular Windows-based video editing platform. [more]
 
Brainworx brings British E-Series console to the masses
Plug-in developer Brainworx announced the availability of bx_console E -- their flagship plug-in that pairs a 72-channel emulation of the high-end, hit-making British E-Series console complete with comprehensive compressor/limiter, expander/gate, four-band parametric EQ, and wide-ranging filter sections, together with flexible signal routing, just like the original console. [more]
 
 
Boris Continuum 11.0.2 adds FCP X support and speed improvements
The new, free Boris Continuum 11.0.2 update adds support for Apple FCP X and Motion 5 as well as speed improvements to the VR Unit, Title Studio, and 3D Objects, plus new Title Studio presets. [more]
 
Red Giant Universe 2.2.2 with DaVinci Resolve 14 support
Red Giant Software released Universe 2.2.2, an update to Red Giant Universe, its GPU-accelerated plug-ins for editors and motion graphics artists. [more]
 
NewTek ships LightWave 3D 2018
NewTek, Inc., announced availability of LightWave 2018, the new iteration of their comprehensive 3D animation system. [more]
 
 

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