October 20, 2006

A Brief Audio Damage Update...

by Chris Randall
 

I know I've been silent on this particular subject for a couple weeks, but we're in the midst of product dev, and I don't like to talk about something until it is fully working, at least on the Windows side. So I won't be. This one is pretty special, though. It's a new take on our main forte, and should be pretty popular, especially with our customers that do more complex forms of electronic and dance music.


In other news I can't talk about, something else happened that is rather big news, at least in the industry, but I can't say anything until January. So forget I said anything at all, and just spend a couple minutes today being happy for Audio Damage, and leave it at that.

 
 
 

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Oct.20.2006 @ 6:28 PM
brandon daniel
You're such a tease.
 
 

 
Oct.20.2006 @ 7:12 PM
psylux
Does it have anything to do with Belize?
 
 

 
Oct.20.2006 @ 7:13 PM
Chris Randall
You should know by now that it has _everything_ to do with Belize. Both the product and the Other Big News I Can't Talk About.

-CR

 
 

 
Oct.20.2006 @ 8:44 PM
Jaysen
Are you replacing the robot with Diamond Dave's face as your new logo? That would be swell.
 
 

 
Oct.20.2006 @ 9:01 PM
inteliko
Diamond Dave is the next William Hung???? Say it's not so!
 
 

 
Oct.20.2006 @ 9:50 PM
BringMeUp
> You're such a tease.

Seconded!

Hmm, a plug-in that has something to do with "complex forms of electronic and dance music" and has been mentioned in this thread: link [www.analoginduses.co...]">link [www.analoginduses.co...]

It shouldn't be that hard to figure out! I'm gonna have to re-read that thread all over though...

 
 

 
Oct.20.2006 @ 9:56 PM
noisegeek
You are an absolute bastard.
 
 

 
Oct.20.2006 @ 9:57 PM
Chris Randall
To save you the trouble, as it's a largish thread, let me state for the record that the plug isn't specifically mentioned in the thread. That is to say, it isn't a hardware clone. It's its own thing. It is a combination of a couple different ideas presented in the thread, though, along with some of our own special sauce.

We had started out on one tack immediately after the thread (which led to my initial post concerning same) but a couple weeks ago, we changed headings to a more suitable goal, which is what we're working on now. The pleasure of being a small company.

-CR

 
 

 
Oct.20.2006 @ 10:02 PM
itdoesntsuck
As someone who's into electronic music, I can say that just after whenever the new plugin gets released I'll probably be quite happy but of course I can't tell you if I'll really be happy because I don't like to talk about it and even though it's really very special and I *know* you're dying to hear about it the whole industry might suffer it I do it so I'll just drink 10 shots of Tequila and forget about it.

Dave, if you're reading this, don't worry, you can always find this information on the internets.

 
 

 
Oct.20.2006 @ 11:38 PM
ecallender
Did you sell the company to Avid/Digidesign?
 
 

 
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