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FaderWorks is an audio plug-in for intelligent gain adjustment. The main idea behind FaderWorks is to provide an additional layer of control and flexibility to a mixing environment.
At its simplest, FaderWorks can be placed anywhere in the effect chain of an audio track. This allows you to specifically control the volume behind or before other audio plug-ins.
The main idea behind FaderWorks comes to life when 2 or more instances are opened. These instances can be connected logically to each other. Using FaderWorks in this way, it is possible to manage complex mix setups with just one volume fader.
FaderWorks will be available as a plug-in for Windows (VST only) and Mac OS X (VST and AU, both Universal Binary). The plug-in is expected to be released during December 2006 with pricing to be announced.
For more information, visit their web site at www.vertexdsp.com