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Manifold Labs today announced the general availability of Plugzilla, the rack-mounted plug-in player, an embedded Linux host optimized to run VST instrument and effect plug-ins.
Plugzilla ships with hundreds of bundled plug-ins including a launch-limited version of the ProZilla Pack from developer PSPaudioware. Additional plug-ins can be downloaded and installed.
The product has 4 channels of 96 kHz 24-bit analog audio, S/PDIF and AES/EBU digital audio, Word Clock, dual MIDI and footswitch ports, Ethernet, and USB. The USB ports can be used to connect various USB control devices and also support 'thumb' drives for saving plug-ins and presets. Via its Ethernet connector, Plugzilla connects to the Internet and can update itself from anywhere in the world.
Plugzilla is priced at $3,495.
For more information, visit their web site at www.plugzilla.com