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October 6, 2004
Levelground Media announced updates to their three plug-ins, Vintasion 2.1, and Fattenizer 2.1, and CrunchEQ 1.1. All are in Audio Unit format and contain new features, performance optimizations, and bug fixes. All updates are free for registered users.
Vintasion is an analog tube simulator which adds vintage coloration and warmth to audio. Fattenizer is a bottom end enhancer which places necessary overtones into audio providing a fattening of the audio signal. CrunchEQ is a combination graphic equalizer and parametric equalizer with added grind/mild distortion.
The plug-ins contain improvements with many internal routines rewritten for increased processing speed and decreased CPU usage. Also, the audio processing engines of each plug-in have been enhanced to improve the clarity of processed audio. Specific enhancements to Vintasion boost its audio warming ability and specific improvements to Fattenizer increase its bottom end enhancing ability.
Improvements in how the plug-ins interact with host DAWs have also been incorporated,as well as many additional changes and bug fixes, suggested by end users.
Available direct from Levelground Media,the plug-ins are individually priced ag $79.95 (USD). LgM Thermal Pack (Bundle) $149.95 (USD).
For more information, visit their web site at www.levelgroundmedia.com