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.
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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.