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 @ 11:39 PM
Oh, no... you sold out to M-Audio? How many guesses do I get?

Oct.21.2006 @ 12:04 AM
ecallender - you should know better. it was Behringer. though, rumor has it, Mackie made a competitive offer.

Oct.21.2006 @ 2:05 AM
those "sold the company to ___" joke just write themselves!

Heres my bet, CR found a chinese company to make cheap clones of SSL consoles and hes gonna do another bulk buy for all us loyal readers.


Oct.21.2006 @ 3:44 AM
I would just like to say: nothing.



Oct.21.2006 @ 4:16 AM
Meng Qi
Bring some hardware out CR! It seems there is a trend that just begins. To turn software algorithms into dsp hardware boxes. Of course this needs some serious integration of your software.

Nothing beats dedicated hardware interfaces.

p.s: can you disclose that is this *new* software a synth or a fx?


Oct.21.2006 @ 6:25 AM
congratulations on the er... thing.

Oct.21.2006 @ 10:46 AM
What a great excuse to promptly snap up another couple of plugs!!

Oct.21.2006 @ 1:40 PM
Chris Randall
Making hardware is like making vinyl records these days. It's fun and all, but ultimately, you're pissing in the winds of change.



Oct.21.2006 @ 2:21 PM
Since my vinyl just went retail, I guess I've just pissed all over myself

Oct.21.2006 @ 4:20 PM
"damn it! i knew it! roger nichols is licensing all your plugs, quadrupling the prices and requiring iLok!"

Yes, I look forward to the rebranded Dubinizer, Pitchinizer and Lexiconizer.


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