Cycling ’74 Releases Entire Line of Plug-in Products for Mac Intel
POPULAR PLUG-INS NOW COMPATIBLE WITH INTEL MACS
San Francisco, CA • September 22, 2006 – Cycling ’74, a San Francisco-based music software company, today released Pluggo v. 3.6, Hipno v. 1.1, Mode v. 1.3 and UpMix 1.1 which add Universal Binary support for Intel-based Macs. The plug-in collections are for RTAS, VST and AU host environments.
Pluggo offers over 100 creative and unusual real-time audio effects and a set of elegant and immediately effective synthesizers and samplers. In addition, users can create custom plug-ins using Max/MSP, Cycling ’74’s award-winning companion authoring software. The Hipno collection is an irresistible mix of granular, spectral, and filter/delay-based plug-ins that feature the unique Hipnoscope morphing interface. The Mode plug-ins combine classic synthesis and effects technique with state-of-the-art performance control, and UpMix, the most recent plug-in package, is a series of immersive 5.1 tools for the surround professional.
Free updates are available for download at http://www.cycling74.com/downloads
About Cycling ’74
Cycling ’74 creates and distributes Mac OS and Windows software and hardware for audio, video, and new media innovators. Products include the Max/MSP/Jitter graphical programming environment, the Pluggo, Mode and Hipno collections of Max/MSP-based audio plug-ins, the Radial loop-based composition and performance system, the Octirama and UpMix advanced surround design tools, and the interactive algorithmic composition program M. Cycling ’74 also releases creative musical works through their c74 recording label and audio source libraries for musicians, sound designers and media producers through its Cycles series. http://www.cycling74.com
Graphics available online at http://www.cycling74.com/pressimages.
Cycling ’74, 379A Clementina Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, 415-974-1818, email@example.com
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