McDSP Live Pack
McDSP has introduced Live Pack, a collection of plug-ins for mixing live performances.
Features like low latency, sonic flexibility and integration with the Digidesign VENUE live sound system are included, according to McDSP.
In addition to supporting the Digidesign VENUE systems, Live Pack plug-ins also support TDM, RTAS and Audiosuite formats on Pro Tools HD, LE and M-Powered systems.
Availability & Pricing
Live Pack will begin shipping on April 1, 2009 and includes Channel G Compact, Chrome Tone, DE555, FutzBox, MC2000, ML4000 and NF575.
Live Pack HD will be available for purchase for $1995, or as a rental for $495 for three months or $695 for six months. Rental cost may be applied towards a full purchase before rental period expires.
Customers who already own McDSP plug-ins may be eligible for upgrade pricing. Live Pack will be sold or rented as an electronic purchase.
Check out www.mcdsp.com for more info.
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