D16 Group offers Frontier to registered users
The D16 Group introduces Frontier, a new (and free) plug-in made exclusively for their registered customers.
Frontier is described as a "studio-grade limiting unit" with straightforward and intuitive user interface. Announced as both creative and self-adaptive, Frontier is available to download to all registered users since now - if you fit that description all you have to do is log in to your User Area account and download it from there.
Features list includes:
- Configurable control input
- Automatic output gain make up
- Controllable release characteristic
- Optional soft clip
- Tag based preset browser
- Two alternative GUI sizes
- MIDI-learn functionality throughout
- 64bit internal processing
- Free for registered D16 users
- Available in VST, AU & AAX formats for Windows (7+) or Mac OS (10.7.x onward) systems
Frontier is also announced as the very first D16 plug-in that can be activated online (that is directly from the plug-in if you stay online), while the old activation method (via license key) remains as an alternative.
More details at the D16 Group's website.
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