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June 23, 2004
Levelground Media announced updates to Vintasion and Fattenizer, and introduced a new plug-in, CrunchEQ. All three digital audio processing plug-ins support the Audio Unit standard for Mac OS X.
Vintasion 2.0, Fattenizer 2.0, and CrunchEQ 1.0 offer recording musicians and engineers the ability to enhance individual audio tracks and project mixes by adding user tunable vintage style 'coloration' with Vintasion, 'fattening' ability with Fattenizer, and configurable equalization including "crunch" with CrunchEQ.
Features of the three plug-ins include 64-bit internal processing, a multi-processing Core containing multiple distinct processing engines, each with configurable settings and distinct processing algorithms, and chained or parallel processing routing options available.Beyond adding Audio Unit support, the updates have been completely rewritten to also add features requested by existing users, including exposure to more internal parameters, workflow/user interface improvements, and easy installation.
The new plug-ins are available for download on Levelground Media's website. Special "50% off" introductory pricing is available until July 5, 2004.
Levelground Media offers Vintasion 2.0, Fattenizer 2.0, and CrunchEQ 1.0 either individually or bundled together in the LgM Thermal Pack.
For more information, visit their web site at www.levelgroundmedia.co