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BaseHead Inc announced its first version of their Sound Library program for OS X.

BaseHead is used by sound designers and FX editors in the video game and post production industry for searching, auditioning and organizing massive sound libraries with metadata is now available for Mac users.

BaseHead is designed to make it easy to search thru and listen to 1000's of audio files to find the exact ones you are looking. Once found you can then transfer the whole sound or just a region into your DAW of choice.

According to BaseHead Inc., it was built for OS X “from the ground up with the knowledge learned from the PC version and then improved upon to give users better workflow and ease of use with a fresh new look.”

It’s available now, with a demo to try on the site! Operating systems supported: OS X 10.5 or higher

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$289 for a cross-platform 2.x license including the USB dongle and $259 for extra network licenses.

For more info go to www.BaseHeadInc.com.
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