Software rollin' out the door...
So we started Audio Damage, and the rest (of that, anyways) is history. But during the early days of AD, I did some contract work for C74, in the form of the user interface for the unfortunately-named Octirama 5.1 multi-band compressor. This is the only TDM plug I've worked on, and probably the only one I'll ever work on, but if you're a Chris Randall User Interface Completionist, you'll need to drop $495 to get it. For what it's worth, it's really good.
And now the news you've all been waiting for. Phase Two is done. The installers are made and tested, and it is 100% operational on both Windows and OSX. We're just writing the manual, and as soon as that's done, you'll want to go buy this bad boy. Can I say Monday? I don't want to put the cart before the horse, but Monday sounds good.
For those that have been living under a rock for the last four months, Phase Two is a pretty much exact copy of the Mutron Bi-Phase hardware unit. This is, by far, our most sophisticated model yet, and is perfect in all respects. We spent US$800 on aquiring a Bi-Phase to clone, but you'll only have to drop US$49 for the fruits of our labor. Monday. Probably.
UPDATE: The product page for Phase Two is now live at the AD site, with demos and some bullet points. (Can't have a product without bullet points!) Check it out.