Flux:: updates Elixir and Epure to v3
Flux:: announces that Elixir and Epure processing plug-ins have been updated to version 3, which adds AAX and 64-bit formats on Mac and PC.
Both Elixir v3 and Epure v3 are available in AU and VST 32 and 64-bit as well as AAX native and DSP on Mac OS X and Windows.
Both plug-ins now use the v3 64-bit framework for improved performance and the GPU 2D/3D graphic engine (introduced on Pure Analyzer System) based on OpenGL standard, for optimized visual audio feedback
Elixir 3 is a true peak multichannel limiter that can process up 8 channels simultaneously in accordance with ITU-R BS-1770 and EBU R128 norms.
Epure 3 is a 5-band equalizer with low and high-cut, high and low shelf and peak filters, a gain control, a Q factor adjustment and a bypass.
Elixir V3 retails for 149€ (native) and 219€ (AAX DSP + TDM). Epure v3 is available for the introductory price of 229€ instead of 329€ (native) and 279€ instead of 399€ (AAX DSP + TDM). Native version update is free to Native users (AAX native, VST and AU), and DSP upgrade is free to TDM version users.
More info at www.fluxhome.com.
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