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Cycling '74 has announced the release of Mode for Windows. This package of native audio processing plug-ins is now available on Windows XP for host applications supporting the VST and RTAS formats.
The package features three instruments and two effects units that integrate functions and performance controls typically found in rack-mount and workstation hardware. An additional 18 plug-in "submodules" extend the package with creative effects, parameter modulators and CPU-saving mini-instruments.
The MODE collection's featured plug-ins include:
The additional 18 "submodule" plug-ins take the effects, performance controls and instrument sections of the five featured devices and provide them as stand-alone plug-ins. This allows for mix-and-match sound creation, modulation, filtering and effects similar to modular synthesis environments.
MODE is now available for a MSRP of $99 at Cycling '74 dealers worldwide and online directly from Cycling '74.
For more information, visit their web site at www.cycling74.com