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Sony Oxford Plugins Go Native

Anaheim, CA (January 11, 2007)--Sony Oxford is extending its range of plug-ins to Apple's Audio Units platform. Sony Oxford plug-ins have become a standard for some Pro Tools users seeking high-quality audio processing. Now with the launch of the AU versions, Oxford plug-ins are available for Logic Pro, Digital Performer, Bias Peak and even video applications such as Final Cut Pro.

Anaheim, CA (January 11, 2007)–Sony Oxford is extending its range of plug-ins to Apple’s Audio Units platform. Sony Oxford plug-ins have become a standard for some Pro Tools users seeking high-quality audio processing. Now with the launch of the AU versions, Oxford plug-ins are available for Logic Pro, Digital Performer, Bias Peak and even video applications such as Final Cut Pro.
The Sony Oxford plug-in family: Reverb, Dynamics, DeNoise, Inflator, EQ, DeClick, DeBuzz and Transient Modulator, Limiter”We are really excited about expanding our plug-in range to Apple’s platform,” said Sony Oxford sales & marketing manager, Nathan Eames. “It is clear that there is a vast number of Logic and DP users who demand professional sounding plug-ins for their mixes. Now we are able to offer the Oxford plug-ins on this platform to help users achieve the highest quality mixes.”

The initial Audio Units compatible Oxford plug-ins are: EQ; Dynamics and Limiter. The remaining four products–Inflator, Transient Modulator, Reverb and Restoration Tools–will become available in early 2007.

Purchasers of Sony Oxford’s Native plug-ins will receive RTAS licenses for Pro Tools LE and M-Powered as well as Audio Units licenses. Pricing of Sony’s Native plug-ins starts from as little as $207, with very attractive discounts of up to 40 percent for purchasers of bundles.

For more information please visit www.sonyplugins.com.

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