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Blue Cat ports plug-ins to PT RTAS

Blue Cat Audio has announced that all of its professional plug-ins have been ported to the Digidesign RTAS format and are now fully compatible with all 64-bit OS systems and major host applications.
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Audio analysis tool developer Blue Cat Audio has announced that all of its professional plug-ins have been ported to the Digidesign RTAS format and are now fully compatible with all 64-bit OS systems and major host applications.

As a result, Blue Cat’s high-end audio analysis tools and signal processor plug-ins are now available to all ProTools and M-Powered users.

According to Blue Cat founder/CEO Guillaume Jeulin, it’s a “major” event that users have been awaiting for some time, “but we wanted to make sure these plug-ins [were] rock solid before we launch them.”

In addition to 64-bit support, the updates also include stability enhancements and minor bug fixes found on certain platforms.

To celebrate the launch of these updates, Blue Cat Audio has teamed up with DontCrack.com in order to offer an deal on the most popular products offered by Blue Cat Audio. A total of 12 best- selling plug-ins are being offered for $289 (MSRP $1200) via an exclusive bundle that will only be sold at DontCrack and for a limited period of time running until 30 June, 2010.

www.bluecataudio.com
http://store.dontcrack.com

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