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McDSP lowers the price of its Emerald Pack plugin bunde and launches AAX beta versions for 2 more plugins.

From February 12-28, McDSP offers The Emerald Pack Native for just $999, which is a $500 savings. The Emerald Pack Native contains the 6030 Ultimate Compressor, Analog Channel, Channel G, Channel G Compact, CompressorBank, DE555, FilterBank, FutzBox, MC2000, ML4000, NF575 and Revolver.

HD and HDX users can also purchase Emerald Pack HD for just $1995 instead of $2295.

Other news, public Betas are now available for the ML4000 mastering limiter and Channel G channel strip in both AAX Native and DSP formats. All v5 customers can update to AAX compatibility for free.

Visit www.mcdsp.com for further details.

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