In The AD Queue...
Okay, we're getting ready to throw our first batch of crossgrade/upgrade packages out in to the wild. After the first nervous moments of our VST2.4/Universal Binary Exploration, BigSeq (which is our first UB/2.4 product) is trouble-free, so with the glow of success fresh in our rearview mirror, we're feeling pretty good about things.
First up will be Ratshack Reverb, which received a major overhaul. Ratshack Reverb 2.0 features a completely rewritten interior. It looks the same on the outside, and in operation remains the same, but it sounds much better, has a lower CPU load, and now has MIDI learn, like most of our products. Also, 2.0 will include the long-awaited port to AU. Version 2.0 will increase in price to $34.95, and the upgrade/crossgrade for previous owners will be $5.00 to get the new version, which will include the Universal Binary AU and VST for OSX owners. This should be out later this week or early next week, as soon as we're done testing.
Immediately following that will be the whopper. We will release the 914 Fixed Filter Bank, which is a major upgrade to the 907A. The 914 features 12 bands, as opposed to 8 in the 907A. It also has makeup gain (an oft-requested feature of 907A owners), separate level controls for wet and dry, and an overall bandwidth control. It is head and shoulders above the 907A, and with the bandwidth control, makes a stellar passive-style equalizer. The 907A will be discontinued, and the 914 will be $39.00. The upgrade for previous owners will be $10.00, and will include Universal Binaries for the OSX crowd.
So, that's the first round. A UB of Dubstation will follow as soon as those two are out the door, and then we'll address where we're at. We have some excellent products in store, and as we continue the upgrade cycle, Discord 2 will be a major upgrade to that, our best-selling plug-in. It is gonna be a fun couple months over in AD land. Hit the site, and sign up to the mailing list to be notified about the upgrade process.