whiteLABEL Updates bolsterisers
whiteLABEL has announced the paid-for versions of the bolsterisers plug-in range have been updated to version 1.2.
Continuing the "Imaginary History" concept, this is what's new:
"Following guidance from an ex-military communications officer, we've implemented several tweaks first discovered by army field operatives bringing 8 new controls in an A/B switching setup around the slow/fast main operating modes, revealing functions such as: Acceleration, Smearing, Braking, Rounding, Access to internal filters and Overloading of internal parameters."
The group-buy for these plug-ins is still in progress - if you sign up today you can get up to 5 bolsterisers for the discount price of £10 (normally £15 each). The group-buy is limited to the first 100 participants.
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