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Wave Arts Introduces Finalplug 5
post Sep 21 2005, 08:06 AM
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Wave Arts continues the rollout of our their v5 products with FinalPlug 5! FinalPlug is a professional peak limiter/volume maximizer with extensive bit depth truncation and dither options, making it ideally suited for a final mix... tame the peaks a bit, or squeeze all the volume you can out of it.

- Sonically transparent peak limiting
- NEW: Improved limiting algorithm with auto release control
- NEW: Stunning visual interface design
- NEW: Enhanced preset management
- Support up to 192K
- Bit depth truncation from 4 to 24 bits
- TPDF dithering
- Comprehensive noise shaping options
- Presets for CD and DVD-audio mastering and track compression

For a limited time, FinalPlug 5 is available for an introductory price of $174.95. Visit www.wavearts.com for more information including upgrade information and free demos!

Over the next couple months Wave Arts will continue to release the remaining products in their Power Suite 5 bundle. In all, PS 5 will include:

- TrackPlug- all-in-one channel strip with 10 band EQ, dual compressors, gate, sidechain EQ, brickwall filters, clean/vintage modes, and a peak limiter
- MultiDynamics- up to 6 bands of dynamics processing
- MasterVerb- multi-algorithm reverb with comprehensive early reflection and envelope control
- FinalPlug- mastering limiter/volume maximizer with extensive dither options and a brand new limiting algorithm
- Panorama- 3-D virtual acoustics processor with binaural HRTF technology and environment modeling

Please visit www.wavearts.com for availability, pricing, upgrade options, and free demos!
Wave Arts plug-ins are available for Windows (DX, VST, RTAS) and Mac OS X (AU, VST, MAS, RTAS).

Bill Gardner
Wave Arts, Inc.

Peter Donovan
Customer Support
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