Blue Cat Audio has released a new version of its audio analysis plugins. Already available for PC in VST and DirectX formats, the new versions bring Mac VST compatibility as well as several improvements and fixes.
This is the first commercial release of the company for the Mac platform. For this occasion and to celebrate the holiday season, Blue Cat Audio also launches winter special offers (from 10 to 20% discount) on their entire audio plugins catalog until January 10th.
The six plugins are available as a single bundle (Blue Cat’s Analysis Pack) or separately. They include an audio level meter as well as spectrum and stereo field analyzers and a multiple tracks oscilloscope. While the “Multi” series propose simultaneous multiple tracks analysis with multiple instances linking support, the “Pro” series let you extract parameters from the incoming audio signal and record them as automation curves or send them as MIDI CC messages for unique side chaining effects and external hardware control.
The tutorials on the editor’s website (https://www.bluecataudio.com/Tutorials/Bundle_AnalysisPack) show how to use these original capabilities in several host applications. The upgrade is free for existing customers, and demo versions of the plugins are available for download on www.bluecataudio.com. Audio Unit versions are expected later in 2009.
Mac System requirements:
- Intel or Power PC Mac
- Mac OS X Leopard (10.5)
- A VST compatible application
PC System requirements:
- Windows XP or Vista
- A VST or DirectX compatible application
Blue Cat’s Analysis Pack: 196.94 EUR (instead of 229 EUR) or $257.14 (instead of $299)
Individual Prices and other bundles: see www.bluecataudio.com
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