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112dB announced that their high-end reverb plugin Redline Reverb has been updated to version 1.0.1.


The updated demo and retail installer is available from 112dB.com/download%20and%20is%20free%20for%20registered%20users.

New Features
  • Support for custom skins (Vintage skin by Scott Kane included).
  • Shift click on a favorites button as a shortcut to store the current program as a favorite.
  • Preset order using Prev/Next Preset buttons now identical to the presets popup menu.

Fixes
  • [Mac/AU] Fixed GUI offset in Bias Peak Pro.
  • [Mac/AU] Automation parameter values displayed wrong in Logic.
  • [Mac/AU] Fixed occasional crash when quitting host with Redline Reverb window open.
  • Buttons (Bypass and Prev/Next Preset) on PowerPC Macs wouldn’t switch off.
  • Parameter name display now displayed correctly.
  • Saving single presets (.fxp) now works correctly.

Pricing & Availability:
Redline Reverb is available immediately in RTAS/VST/AU format for Windows XP/Vista and Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and up.

The introductory price of €99 (Europe) / $99 (worldwide) is valid through June 15, after which the regular price becomes €149/$149. An unrestricted 60-day evaluation version is available.
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