Elemental Audio Systems has announced the release of Audio Unit versions of its line of plug-ins, marking the company’s full support of Mac OS X 10.2’s new audio plug-in format.
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Elemental Audio Systems has released Audio Unit versions of Firium, its linear phase equalizer with built-in spectrum analyzer; Eqium, an unlimited-bands, fully sweepable surgical EQ offering 11 filter types; and Inspector, a spectrum analyzer that alerts users when “certain undesirable events occur.”
The new versions can be used in Logic — the popular sequencer from Apple subsidiary Emagic that was recently updated to support the Audio Unit format — and other emerging audio applications that support the new standard.
Versions for VST for OS 9 and VST of OS X are also available, and all are included with the purchase. Firium and Eqium are available separately for $99 each or bundled together for $129; Inspector is free. The Audio Unit versions of these plug-ins are free to registered users.